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Jaundice Spread: HP Chief Secy Says Decline in Number of Cases 2.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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PWD told to do strength test on bridges 2.2.2016 Hindu: National
Master plan for comprehensive development of Mananthavady district hospital
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Romit Sen & Kamal Vatta: Changing India's water canvas 1.2.2016 Columns
The large amount of wastewater generated in the country provides a tremendous opportunity to reclaim and reuse it for various industrial and non-industrial purposes
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Drainage system ready in Avadi 1.2.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Drainage system ready in Avadi
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Citizens to seek solution to frothing Bellandur, Varthur lakes 1.2.2016 Hindu: Cities
Representatives from 15 villages adjacent to the severely polluted, and constantly frothing, Bellandur and Varthur lakes will gather next month to press for a long-term solution to their woes.At a mee...
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Drainage system ready in Avadi 1.2.2016 Hindu: Chennai
End to decade-long wait of residents
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Treating waste-water 30.1.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Treating waste-water
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Pampa forum seeks green solutions 30.1.2016 Hindu: Home
‘Sabarimala hillock doesn’t need concrete complexes’
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Critically polluting Kanpur tanneries to soon get a new CETP 29.1.2016 DNA: Urban Tales
The Jajmau area of Kanpur that is touted as one of most critically polluted industrial area along river Ganga may soon see reduction in pollution as the Centre plans to open bids for a common effluent treatment plant (CETP) in the tannery cluster by April, secretary of union water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation Shashi Shekhar said on Friday. Currently, the Ganga ministry is tackling the herculean task of cleaning Ganga through a multidimensional approach that involves curbing industrial pollution, urban sewage pollution and even pollution from villages along the holy river. Shashi Shekhar said that the Ganga ministry has delayed the tender process for sewage treatment plants (STP's) as a few state governments said that they will be unable to fund the upkeep of the STP's for a long time. The Centre also recently announced that it will use the hybrid annuity model to bid for sewage treatment plants across 118 urban local bodies. Under this model, up to 40% capital cost will be paid by ...
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VMC opposition slams civic body over failure to make it to first Smart City list 29.1.2016 Vadodara - City - The Times of India
The opposition in the Vadodara Municipal Corporation (VMC) has come down heavily on the city not making it to the list of first 20 cities covered under the Smart City Mission.
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Treating waste-water 29.1.2016 Hindu: Home
The Membrane Bio-Reactor system installed at Cubbon Park can be a role model for similar systems all over the country
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Parliamentary committee to visit Goa 29.1.2016 TOI: Goa
Parliamentary standing committee on science and technology, environment and forest will arrive in Goa on February 6 and visit some mines to check for surface water pollution in Goa.
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Bum deal: is access to a toilet a human right or a privilege? | Rosalind Malcolm 29.1.2016 The Guardian -- World Latest
How do you provide a safe place to go in informal settlements in Kenya and Uganda where land ownership is often disputed or vague? Adequate sanitation is a human right, recognised by the UN . But for the 2.4 billion people with nowhere to go safely, how does that right become a reality? Kenya and Uganda have different approaches yet, despite political commitment in both countries, they are some way off the goal of ensuring sanitation for all. In the sprawling slums of Kampala in Uganda, I saw a field piled high with faeces where bare-footed children guided us around. This field was where the slum-dwellers went at night when the toilets were ...
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'Smart' plan clinched it for Belagavi 28.1.2016 deccanherald.com
Careful planning, proposals on comprehensive area-based development, unique redevelopment and retrofit models and proposal to develop infrastructure on a par with national standards helped Belagavi make it to the 20 cities that will be developed as Smart Cities in the first phase of the Union government's ambitious project. The Belagavi City Corporation, after holding consultations with the public, had submitted a Rs 3,866-crore proposal under the Smart City project. It proposed area-based development, drinking water supply, underground drainage with sewage treatment plants, parks and recreation space besides providing all its services under e-governance. While preparing area-based development plans, the corporation had divided the city into three parts. Under the Smart City project, Belagavi's heritage sites will also be developed. The corporation's commissioner, G Prabhu, said their efforts in the past few months had paid off and they would now focus on executing the projects which would be implemented ...
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NABH team inspects W&C Hospital 28.1.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
NABH team inspects W&C Hospital
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NABH team inspects W&C Hospital 28.1.2016 Hindu: Cities
A three-member team from the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare providers (NABH) was in Kozhikode to conduct a surveillance audit at the Government Women and Children’s Hospital...
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Shimla Corporation suspends water supply from Ashwani Khad 28.1.2016 Hindu: Delhi
The Shimla Municipal Corporation has suspended distribution of water from Ashwani Khad (a drinking water source) which is found to be contaminated. Parts of the hill town have been facing the outbreak...
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70 percent Of urban India's sewage is untreated 27.1.2016 deccanherald.com
There are four years left for the government target of ensuring all Indians use toilets, but in urban India alone, no more than 30 percent of sewage generated by 377 million people flows through treatment plants. The rest is randomly dumped in rivers, seas, lakes and wells, polluting three-fourths of the countrys water bodies, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of various data sources. An estimated 62,000 million litres per day (MLD) of sewage is generated in urban areas, while the treatment capacity across India is only 23,277 MLD, or 37 percent of sewage generated, according to data released by the government in December 2015. Further parsing of this data reveals that of 816 municipal sewage treatment plants (STPs) listed across India, 522 work. So, of 62,000 MLD, the listed capacity is 23,277 MLD but no more than 18,883 MLD of sewage is actually treated. That means 70 percent of sewage generated in urban India is not treated. While 79 STPs dont work, 145 are under construction and 70 are proposed, ...
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70 percent Of urban India's sewage is untreated 27.1.2016 Moneylife
While 79 STPs don’t work, 145 are under construction and 70 are proposed, according to the Central Pollution Control Board’s Inventorization Of Sewage Treatment Plants report
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70 percent Of urban India's sewage is untreated (Special to ) 27.1.2016 New Kerala: India News
There are four years left for the government target of ensuring all Indians use toilets, but in urban India alone, no more than 30 percent of sewage generated by 377 million people flows through treatment plants.
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