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Where Do All Our Girls Go? Report Shows Disturbing Trend 21.11.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Soon, it may cost more to keep a dog at home in Navi Mumbai 21.11.2014 TOI: Cities
Dog owners may have to shell out more money soon, as the civic body plans to increase the licence fee for keeping pets
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'India needs $250 b to improve urban infra' 20.11.2014 deccanherald.com
International investors have ample investment opportunities in India as the country requires $250 billion in the next 20 years for creating basic urban infrastructure facilities for transport, water supply, sanitation and solid waste management, Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu said. At present, urban areas in India contribute over 60 per cent to the gross domestic product (GDP) and this will increase over 75 per cent in the next 10-15 years, Naidu said, addressing a seminar on urban infrastructure recently. As per estimates prepared by the Urban Development Ministry, India needs $250 billion to improve infrastructure facilities. There are ample opportunities for the international investors to come and invest in India, particularly in the urban areas, because the government has decided to allow FDI in infrastructure, he said. Public transport In India, as per the 2011 census, over 31 per cent of the population (or 377 million) live in the urban areas. This is projected to rise to 600 million by ...
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I'm not your sister, mister! 20.11.2014 DNA: Bangalore
I'm not your sister, mister!
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Himachal wants monkeys off its back 20.11.2014 Zee News : Science and Technology
With the exploding monkey population in Himachal Pradesh posing a major challenge to its human population, it is being now debated whether to allow their select culling or translocation and, if nothing works out, exporting them out of the state.
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Cartoonscape 20.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Cartoonscape
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Counting caste in the census 20.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Counting caste in the census
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Survey of shelterless households 20.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Survey of shelterless households
Aadhaar card enrolment camps begin in city 20.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Aadhaar card enrolment camps begin in city
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Himachal wants monkeys off its back 20.11.2014 New Kerala: India News
By Vishal Gulati, Shimla, Nov 20 : With the exploding monkey population in Himachal Pradesh posing a major challenge to its human population, it is being now debated whether to allow their select culling or translocation and, if nothing works out, exporting them out of the state.
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Himachal wants monkeys off its back 20.11.2014 All News-IANS Stories
With the exploding monkey population in Himachal Pradesh posing a major challenge to its human population, it is being now debated whether to allow their select culling or translocation and, if nothing works out, exporting them out of the state.
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Coorg, state relegated to district, aspires for autonomy 20.11.2014 Asian Age: India
CNC delegates with President Pranab Mukherjee. (Photo: Asian age) Codagu, also Kodagu (anglicised by the British as Coorg), one of the districts of South Karnataka covering an area of 4,104 sq. km., was a Part C state with an elected chief minister and Legislative Assembly , before it was merged with Karnataka in 1956. Codavas have been known as brave warriors, sportspersons and growers of excellent coffee, cardamom, pepper, orange, honey, vanilla and anthorium. For their population of 548,561 in the 2001 census and 5,54,000 as per the 2011 census, their contribution to nation-building has been commendable. Since World War I, 15,000 Codavas have served in the Indian Army. Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa and General K.S. Thimayya were the first and fourth Chiefs of Indian Army. Since Independence many other Codavas have served in the Army, Navy and Air Force with distinction and having taken part in all wars and conflicts since then, many have been decorated for valour. Former Army Chief General B.C. Joshi ...
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Where do your vegetables come from? | When BESCOM disconnects your power connection | Can regulations force schools to close? 20.11.2014 Citizen Matters

Ever wondered where our city of 10 million people gets its vegetables from? Citizen Matters traces the journey of vegetables, from the farmers' fields to your local vegetable shop. Also read: When BESCOM disconnects your power connection | Can regulations force schools to close? | Objection to Ward Committee rules

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Aadhaar card enrolment camps begin in Madurai 20.11.2014 Hindu: Home
Corporation covers wards 18, 27, 68 and 79 in the first phase
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Over 2 L People in Visakhapatnam Have no Access to Toilets 20.11.2014 The New Indian Express - Andhra Pradesh - http://newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/
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More cameras to monitor tigers at Nagarahole 20.11.2014 deccanherald.com
The State Forest department will instal 198 pairs of cameras in 643 sq km area of Nagarhole Tiger Reserve from December 15, 2014 to January 15, 2015 to monitor and record animal and human movement, in pursuance of the guidelines of National Tiger Conservation Authority. "The aim is to break free of researchers and non-governmental organisations who instal cameras for their research projects but do not share data with us. We want to have our own database of all animals. These cameras will be used during next tiger census," RGokul, Director, Nagarahole Tiger Reserve said here on Wednesday. He was speaking to mediapersons on the sidelines of a function for receiving 300 cameras, donated by CSSCorp, as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative (CSR). The company has gifted 200 cameras to Nagarahole and 100 cameras to Anshi-Dandeli Tiger Reserves. Gokul said that 45 tigers had been identified and numbered at Nagarahole and another 45 would be listed soon. Principal Chief Conservator of Forests ...
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Coorg, state relegated to district, aspires for autonomy 20.11.2014 Asian Age: India
CNC delegates with President Pranab Mukherjee. (Photo: Asian age) Codagu, also Kodagu (anglicised by the British as Coorg), one of the districts of South Karnataka covering an area of 4,104 sq. km., was a Part C state with an elected chief minister and Legislative Assembly , before it was merged with Karnataka in 1956. Codavas have been known as brave warriors, sportspersons and growers of excellent coffee, cardamom, pepper, orange, honey, vanilla and anthorium. For their population of 548,561 in the 2001 census and 5,54,000 as per the 2011 census, their contribution to nation-building has been commendable. Since World War I, 15,000 Codavas have served in the Indian Army. Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa and General K.S. Thimayya were the first and fourth Chiefs of Indian Army. Since Independence many other Codavas have served in the Army, Navy and Air Force with distinction and having taken part in all wars and conflicts since then, many have been decorated for valour. Former Army Chief General B.C. Joshi ...
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Counting caste in the census 20.11.2014 Hindu: Home
The Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) launched in 2011 to enumerate castes along with socio-economic data, is progressing, and is likely to be completed soon.
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US has 450,000 illegal immigrants from India 20.11.2014 Zee News : World
As President Barack Obama mulls executive action to give relief from deportation to some of the 11.2 million illegal immigrants in the US, a new report said about 450,000 of them are from India.
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US has 450,000 illegal immigrants from India 19.11.2014 All News-IANS Stories
As President Barack Obama mulls executive action to give relief from deportation to some of the 11.2 million illegal immigrants in the US, a new report said about 450,000 of them are from India.
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