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Government of India and World Bank Sign US$200 million Agreement to Strengthen Local Government System in Kerala 5.7.2011 Govt of india: PIB
Government of India and World Bank Sign US$200 million Agreement to Strengthen Local Government System in Kerala
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Interim Report of the task Force on Direct Transfer of Subsidies on LPG, Petroleum and Kerosene Submitted to Finance Minister; Recommends an Implementable Solution in a phased Manner;Core Subsidy management platform (CSMS) also Recommended 5.7.2011 Govt of india: PIB
Interim Report of the task Force on Direct Transfer of Subsidies on LPG, Petroleum and Kerosene Submitted to Finance Minister; Recommends an Implementable Solution in a phased Manner;Core Subsidy management platform (CSMS) also Recommended
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India Committed to Robust and Transparent Quality System for Human Health and Environment: Pawan Kumar 5.7.2011 Govt of india: PIB
India Committed to Robust and Transparent Quality System for Human Health and Environment: Pawan Kumar
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Sports Minister Outlines steps to Inquire into Whole Doping Episode & Curb Menace 5.7.2011 Govt of india: PIB
Sports Minister Outlines steps to Inquire into Whole Doping Episode & Curb Menace
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World Bank extends USD 200-mn loan to Kerala 5.7.2011 Doordarshan
Multilateral lending agency World Bank has extended a loan of USD 200 million to Kerala to help it improve basic infrastructure facilities in urban and rural areas.
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World Bank extends $200-mn loan to Kerala 5.7.2011 ET: Economy/Finance
World Bank has extended a loan of USD 200 million to Kerala to help it improve basic infrastructure facilities in urban and rural areas.
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Don't fund Himachal hydel units, greens ask Asian agency 5.7.2011 New Kerala: World News
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The INCREDIBLE 2 months that changed India! 5.7.2011 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
From the brink of defaulting on international payments to a Budget that changed the face of India - A K Bhattacharya takes us through the twists and turns.
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Column: No end in sight 5.7.2011 Financial Express
Column: No end in sight
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Agreement for World Bank Project inked 5.7.2011 New Kerala: Kerala News
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ARSS bags Rs 24.6 cr road project in Orissa 5.7.2011 New Kerala: World News
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The INCREDIBLE 2 months that changed India! 5.7.2011 Rediff: Business
From the brink of defaulting on international payments to a Budget that changed the face of India - A K Bhattacharya takes us through the twists and turns.
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Activists urge ADB to review hydel projects in HP 5.7.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Activists urge ADB to review hydel projects in HP
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$648 million World Bank loan for Vishnugad Pipalkoti HEP 5.7.2011 Projects Monitor
$648 million World Bank loan for Vishnugad Pipalkoti HEP
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Column: No end in sight 5.7.2011 Financial Express: Front Page
The Greek tragedy is not yet over. At various intervals, we see the damsel in distress about to be rescued by an intrepid saviour, but then there are roadblocks in the path of the saviour and we wait for the next episode of the tragedy.
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Finance ministry opposes wider EPFO ambit 5.7.2011 ET: Policy
North Block says the enhanced safety net will increase the government burden because of the contribution it makes to the employees pension scheme.
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Environmentalists urge ADB to withhold funding to hydropower projects in Himachal 4.7.2011 HimVani
Environmentalists urge ADB to withhold funding to hydropower projects in Himachal
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World Bank gives $200 million to strenthen local bodies in Kerala 4.7.2011 Mint: Political Economy
He Kerala Local Government and Service Delivery Project will fund improvements in local infrastructure to facilitate decentralization at the local level
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Africa's latest food crisis needs a long-term strategy 4.7.2011 Guardian: Environment
As emergency appeals get underway for people in the east and Horn of Africa, development workers plead for a more permanent solution A "toxic mix" of drought, failed harvests and rising food prices have brought severe food shortages to the east and the Horn of Africa. As a result, the UN office for the co-ordination of humanitarian affairs (OCHA) predicts that around 10 million people in parts of Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda and Djibouti will face chronic shortages and be in need of humanitarian assistance. The UK's Department for International Development (DfID) has already promised the World Food Programme £38m for its work in Ethiopia, and NGOs, including Save the Children UK , Oxfam and Christian Aid , have already launched emergency appeals. However, the short-term emergency relief work has to be backed up with longer-term strategies to enable people in these regions to cope when shocks such as drought and failed harvests occur, says Nigel Harris, CEO of the NGO ...
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Kerala to get $200 mn World Bank aid 4.7.2011 New Kerala: West Bengal
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