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Population growth spurs surge to Asia's cities 20.6.2011 ET: Indicators
Somewhere in the world - Asia would be a good bet - a pregnant woman is carrying a baby destined to be the planet's seven billionth human being.
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KSRTC to make Mysore a model 20.6.2011 New Kerala: Karnataka
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'World's most delayed project' delayed further 20.6.2011 Mid-Day: Mumbai
Despite World Bank snub last year, MMRDA has missed yet another deadline for the Santacruz-Chembur Link Road and has asked for its seventh extension UNFAZED by the World Bank calling the Santacruz-Chembur Link Road (SCLR) the most delayed road project in the world last year, the MMRDA has, once again, missed the project's June 15 deadline and has approached the international body for an extension. If the extension is granted, it will be the project's seventh since it began in 2004. The important arterial road connecting the Western Express Highway to the Eastern Express Highway is being constructed using World Bank funds under the Mumbai Urban Transport Project and was supposed to have been ready in 2008. Its cost has also swelled five times to Rs 550 crore from the initial projected cost of Rs 110 crore. Since the road will pass over railway tracks in many places, the Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation (MRVC) is also involved in the project. In February, the MRVC, too, had sought a ...
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WB report lauds WB for development in Ganga basin 20.6.2011 PTI: All news
WB report lauds WB for development in Ganga basin
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Will it be easy to save our rivers? 20.6.2011 Hindustan Times: India
Will it be easy to save our rivers?
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Why the old order must give way to the new 20.6.2011 DNA: Top News
The present logjam in the drafting of the Lokpal Bill isn’t so much a fight between civil society and the government, but a fight between the Old Order and the New Concept.
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Laws in place, but will it be easy to save our rivers? 20.6.2011 Hindustan Times: India
Laws in place, but will it be easy to save our rivers?
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Himachal to earn carbon credits with more forests 19.6.2011 New Kerala: World News
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Govt should simplify, enforce existing laws 19.6.2011 Asian Age: Letters to editor
Sir, With the war of words between Anna Hazare and the government becoming intense by the day, it seems the Lokpal Bill will never see the light of the day. In this regard, your news report Solution in enforcing laws, not new bodies (June 17) comes up with some interesting points. Justice J.S. Narang is right in asking how many <!--break--> institutions we will go on creating to deal with malady. The government and the civil society should realise that the solution lies in enforcing laws, not in creating new one. The government should simplify the existing laws to make them more effective and be sincere in enforcing them. Ashish Kothari Via email SRCC is not the only good college in DU Sir, The 100 per cent cutoff for students to get admission in Delhi University’s Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has unnerved students and parents. Delhi University is one of the best universities in India and many outstation students come here to study. But with such rise in cutoffs, even a topper ...
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World Bank report lauds Bengal for development in Ganga basin 19.6.2011 TOI: India
World Bank report lauds Bengal for development in Ganga basin
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Rahul to speak at World Bank 19.6.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Rahul to speak at World Bank
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Arabs demand new freedoms but the west offers old economic blueprint 19.6.2011 The Guardian -- World Latest
Western powers are pushing their economic blueprint for north Africa without asking Egyptians and Tunisians what they want for themselves Watching the joyfully chaotic events of the Arab spring unfold in Egypt and Tunisia was heart-warming for anyone who likes to see kleptocratic dictators getting their comeuppance. What was far less clear was what the many thousands of campaigners who spilled out into the streets and squares of Tunis and Cairo wanted to build in place of the autocracies they had endured for decades. Campaigners on the ground are becoming increasingly worried that even before voters in Egypt and Tunisia have had the chance to express their will through long-awaited free elections, the world's great economic powers are stepping in with their own blueprint for north Africa's future. Leaders at the G8 summit in Deauville last month offered a Marshall Plan-style package of aid for the region. It sounds great: what western taxpayer wouldn't want to help those brave ...
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Rahul to speak at World Bank 19.6.2011 TOI: Entertainment
Rahul to speak at World Bank
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15 state high-ways of 1080 km to be constructed 18.6.2011 Central Chronicle
15 state high-ways of 1080 km to be constructed
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SBI staff union oppose privatisation of PSU Banks 18.6.2011 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
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DoNER rules out slowdown of projects 18.6.2011 The Assam Tribune
DoNER rules out slowdown of projects
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Suzlon turbines for China firm 18.6.2011 Projects Monitor
Suzlon turbines for China firm
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Logistics centre to help Mongolia speed up trade 18.6.2011 Projects Monitor
Logistics centre to help Mongolia speed up trade
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Mauritius seeks foreign investment at summit 18.6.2011 DNA: Money
At the Mauritius International Investment Forum held in Balaclava on June 15-16, the government drew global investors' attention to Mauritius' favourable standing on various economic indices.
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United they CONQUER 18.6.2011 Hindu:Metro Plus: Thiruvananthapuram
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