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Indians lead London population boom: MigrationWatch 26.1.2015 FirstPost: World

Indians make up a major chunk of foreign-born Londoners leading the British capital's population boom that has set London on course to having nearly half of its citizens born overseas by 2031.

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Gujarat 26.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Gujarat
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Waterbird count commences 26.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Waterbird count commences
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Waterbird count commences 26.1.2015 Hindu: National
Tamirabharani wetlands support over 90 bird species
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@ 65 India's population is still young 26.1.2015 Hindu: National
It has added between 250 million and 350 million people every decade
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Education campaign yields dividends 26.1.2015 Hindu: National
n 1951, a year after India became a republic, only 18.33 per cent of its 35.11 crore citizens could read. According to the 2011 census, 74.04 per cent of its 121.02 crore people can read. In 60 yea...
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Fewer Women on Top 26.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
Recent findings from a Catalyst survey says that women directors make up for only 9.5 pc
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Counselling to improve efficiency of Forest staff 26.1.2015 deccanherald.com
The Forest department will conduct counselling sessions for range forest officers, watchers, guards and all lower-rung staff, who form the backbone of the department, to understand their problems and improve their work efficiency. Also, many officials working in territorial divisions will be brought back to the wildlife division, so that the staff strength in the forest areas is enhanced. Forest, Ecology and Environment Minister Ramanath Rai has given his nod for the proposal, which was pending before him for the last couple of months. The proposal has gained momentum after the tiger census report was released by the Ministry of Environment and Forests and the National Tiger Conservation Authority on January 20. As per the report, India houses 2,226 tigers of which Karnataka has the largest population of 406, making it the number one among all the 19 tiger states. "To ensure better protection of staff, forests and wildlife, some plans have been chalked out, including counselling for ground forest staff. ...
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The ‘Power’ of Languages 26.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
Out of 1100 languages, only 22 are represented in our Constitution says Ganesh V Devy, an academician, writer and activist and points out how major world views are nipped IN the bud
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3 rhino carcasses found in Jaldapara 26.1.2015 Telegraph: North Bengal
Three rhinoceros carcasses have been found in the Jaldapara National Park since Friday and foresters suspect poaching to be responsible for the death of at least one of the animals.
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Honouring His Love for Konkani 26.1.2015 The New Indian Express - Kerala - http://newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/
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Carat lane raises $31 million 26.1.2015 All Companies Stories
Chennai-based Carat Lane Trading, which operates online jewellery portal Caratlane.com, has raised Rs 192 crore ($31 million) in a Series-D round of funding from existing investor Tiger Global. The funding comes almost two years after it raised its ...
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In past 10 years, tree to person ratio in city has hardly changed 26.1.2015 Thane - City - The Times of India
The Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) will have to pull up its socks to increase the green cover in the ...
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The Muslim population 25.1.2015 All Current Affairs Stories
No cause for paranoia about religious demography
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17 Lakh New Voters Enrolled in Revision of Electoral Rolls 25.1.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Congo Parliament says to drop controversial part of election law 25.1.2015 Zee News : World
 Democratic Republic of Congo`s lawmakers will remove part of an electoral reform bill the opposition says was aimed at keeping President Joseph Kabila in power, the head of the national assembly said on Saturday.
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Govt plans more tiger habitats as population rises 25.1.2015 News
Buoyed by the rising number of tigers in the wild, the government has decided to create more habitats for them to ensure their long-term conservation.
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Big cats are back, now clear their corridors 25.1.2015 TOI: Home
A recent study has tiger conservationists gearing up for a new battle to protect vital forest links from development.
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Gogoi flaunts cash scheme to save girl child 25.1.2015 Guwahati - City - The Times of India
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57 lakh new bank accounts opened 25.1.2015 deccanherald.com
As many as 57 lakh new bank accounts have been opened in the State under the Centre's Jan Dhan scheme.

According to the statistics obtained from the State-level bankers committee, about 98.57 per cent of households have been covered under the scheme. The State has 1.32 crores households as per the 2011 population census. The lead banks in the State have conducted house-to-house survey of about 1.29 crore households under the scheme.
DH News Service
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