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Drainage scheme to be completed shortly 20.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Drainage scheme to be completed shortly
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“Sewage treatment capacity of 478 MLD created in T.N.” 20.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
“Sewage treatment capacity of 478 MLD created in T.N.”
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Rs 83cr revival plan for dying Harmu 20.7.2014 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Ranchi, July 19: The capital's lifeline, Harmu river, may soon regain its lost glory and charm.
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IIT-Roorkee team in favour of rejuvenating Nag river 20.7.2014 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
The Nag River rejuvenation plan is likely to get approval from the Indian Institute of Technology ...
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Waste treatment capacity down by 40 Yamuna getting more sewage than ever 20.7.2014 Hindustan Times: India
The functional capacity of Delhis sewage treatment plants STPs has come down by 40 because of blocked trunk sewers and large parts of the city being outside the sewerage ...
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Government to seek foreign help to clean Yamuna 19.7.2014 Asian Age: Delhi
For cleaning and revival of the Yamuna, the government on Friday proposed setting up a sewage treatment plant (STP) with technical support of the Singapore government and said that it will also rope in international technical experts for ecological rejuvenation of the river. Noting that it is “imperative” to ensure the development of the Yamuna, Mr Arun Jaitley on Friday proposed commissioning of STPs at Pappan Kalan, Nilothi, Yamuna Vihar by the end of this year. “This will increase the sewerage treatment capacity from the present level of 604 MGD to 684 MGD,” Mr Jaitley. With sewage waste and industrial affluent continuing to pollute the river, a 40 MGD STP is planned with support of the Singapore government for “achieving tertiary quality of treated effluent” which is proposed to be discharged into the Yamuna at Palla, so as to have more raw water that can be lifted at Wazirabad water plant. “It is proposed to source national and international technical expertise by the Government of NCT of Delhi for ...
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No new taxes in Jaitley’s Delhi budget 19.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
No new taxes in Jaitley’s Delhi budget
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No new tax in Delhi Budget; Rs 260 cr for power subsidy 19.7.2014 Central Chronicle » Nation
Agencies, New Delhi Proposing no new taxes in the Budget for Delhi, Union Finance Minister... more »
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Power subsidy, no new taxes in Delhi Budget 19.7.2014 Hindu: Delhi
In a budget that proposed no new taxes for Delhites, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday announced Rs. 260 crore in power subsidies “to provide relief to targeted consumers on account of...
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Government to seek foreign help to clean Yamuna 19.7.2014 Asian Age: Delhi
For cleaning and revival of the Yamuna, the government on Friday proposed setting up a sewage treatment plant (STP) with technical support of the Singapore government and said that it will also rope in international technical experts for ecological rejuvenation of the river. Noting that it is “imperative” to ensure the development of the Yamuna, Mr Arun Jaitley on Friday proposed commissioning of STPs at Pappan Kalan, Nilothi, Yamuna Vihar by the end of this year. “This will increase the sewerage treatment capacity from the present level of 604 MGD to 684 MGD,” Mr Jaitley. With sewage waste and industrial affluent continuing to pollute the river, a 40 MGD STP is planned with support of the Singapore government for “achieving tertiary quality of treated effluent” which is proposed to be discharged into the Yamuna at Palla, so as to have more raw water that can be lifted at Wazirabad water plant. “It is proposed to source national and international technical expertise by the Government of NCT of Delhi for ...
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Jaitley's Sop-laden Budget for Delhiites 19.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
The Budget had to be presented in the Lok Sabha by Jaitley as Delhi was under President’s Rule.
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Delhi budget: Sewage units idle, but Rs 750 crore to set up more 19.7.2014 Delhi News, Delhi City News - Cities News - Times of India
More sewage treatment plants (STPs) to deal with pollution in the Yamuna, and ‘beautification’ of riverbanks seem to be the government’s ...
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Pipelines, water ATMs and ways to save dying Yamuna 19.7.2014 deccanherald.com
With new water pipelines for unauthorised colonies, 500 water ATMs and a number of sewage and water treatment plants being announced in the Delhi Budget, the Centre has tried to control the city's water crisis and pollution in river Yamuna. The Centre has allocated an amount of Rs 711 crore for piped water supply in 50 unauthorised colonies and construction of sewerage system in 95 such colonies.Four new sewage treatment plants (STPs) were also approved by the Centre which will help in cleaning of river Yamuna. After commissioning of the STPs at Pappan Kalan, Nilothi, Yamuna Vihar and Delhi Gate by the end of this year, the total sewage treatment capacity of Delhi will increase from 604 to 684 million gallons a day (MGD). The long pending demand of 80 MGD raw water from neighbouring state of Haryana is also likely to be met soon. In the Budget, the Centre has emphasised on commissioning of the parallel canal from Munak to Haiderpur after resolving issues with the Haryana government. "This will make ...
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No new taxes in Jaitley's Rs.36,776 crore Delhi budget 18.7.2014 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, July 18 : Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Friday presented Delhi's Rs.36,776 crore budget for fiscal 2014-15 in parliament, proposing a new specialty hospital and 100 ambulances for accident victims, while keeping tax rates unchanged.
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No new taxes in Jaitley's Rs.36776 crore Delhi budget (Evening Lead) - Business Standard 18.7.2014 Google News India
No new taxes in Jaitley's Rs.36776 crore Delhi budget (Evening Lead) Business Standard Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Friday presented Delhi's Rs.36,776 crore budget for fiscal 2014-15 in parliament, proposing a new specialty hospital and 100 ambulances for accident victims, while keeping tax rates unchanged. The Aam Aadmi Party ...
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Gadkari allows allocation of Rs 32 crore to UP to deal with drought-like situation 18.7.2014 CNN-IBN: India
Centre has allowed release of Rs 32 crore to Uttar Pradesh as a special case to mitigate "acute drought like situations" due to deficiency in rainfall, particularly in Bundelkhand region.
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No New Taxes in Jaitley's Rs.36,776 Crore Delhi Budget 18.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Friday presented Delhi's Rs.36,776 crore budget for fiscal 2014-15 in parliament, proposing a new specialty hospital and 100 ambulances for accident victims, while keeping tax rates unchanged.
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UP gets Rs 32 crore to deal with drought-like situation 18.7.2014 Zee News : States
Centre has allowed release of Rs 32 crore to Uttar Pradesh as a special case to mitigate "acute drought like situations" due to deficiency in rainfall, particularly in Bundelkhand region.
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No new taxes in Jaitley's Rs 36,776-crore budget for Delhi 18.7.2014 Latest News
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Friday presented Delhi's budget for the current fiscal with a total outlay of Rs.36,776 crore, proposing a new specialty hospital and 100 ambulances for accident victims, while keeping tax rates unchanged.
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No new taxes in Jaitleys Rs 36776crore budget for Delhi 18.7.2014 Hindustan Times: India
Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Friday presented Delhis budget for the current fiscal with a total outlay of Rs 36776 crore proposing a new specialty hospital and 100 ambulances for accident victims while keeping tax rates ...
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