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India initiates work to link Northeast with Bangladesh port 19.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
India has taken the first steps to construct a Rs.70 crore ($11.5 million) bridge over the Feni river in Tripura to access Bangladeshi ports for transporting goods and heavy machinery from other parts of the country to the landlocked and mountainous ...
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India initiates work to link Northeast with Bangladesh port 19.9.2014 The Assam Tribune
India initiates work to link Northeast with Bangladesh port
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India initiates work to link Northeast with Bangladesh port 19.9.2014 New Kerala: India News
By Sujit Chakraborty, Agartala, Sep 19 : India has taken the first steps to construct a Rs.70 crore ($11.5 million) bridge over the Feni river in Tripura to access Bangladeshi ports for transporting goods and heavy machinery from other parts of the country to the landlocked and mountainous northeast and to boost trade and tourism, officials said.
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Homeless Gazans in `endless` wait to rebuild 18.9.2014 Zee News : World
With much of Gaza in ruins, reconstruction cannot come soon enough for thousands of homeless like Mohammed al-Najjar, a once-proud house owner whose family now huddles in a portable cabin.
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Brand row in Anand court 14.9.2014 Ahmedabad News, Ahmedabad City News | Cities News - Times of India
Gujarat high court has removed a stay granted by a lower court in Anand on the sale and marketing of packaged drinking water under the brand name of ...
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Over 1,42,000 people rescued in flood-hit J & K so far 13.9.2014 Rediff: News
Over 1,42,000 people have been rescued from the flood-ravaged parts of Jammu and Kashmir so far, as the relief operations launched by the Armed forces entered the 12th day on Saturday.
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Round Up At 1100 Hrs Over 1,42,000 People Rescued So Far By Armed Forces Water Suction Pumps And Generator Sets Transported To The Valley 13.9.2014 Latest News
Over 1,42,000 persons have been rescued so far by the Armed Forces and NDRF from different parts of Jammu & Kashmir in the ongoing rescue and relief operations in the flood ravaged State.
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Jammu and Kashmir floods: Over 1,42,000 people rescued so far 13.9.2014 FirstPost: India

Over 1,42,000 people have been rescued from the flood-ravaged parts of Jammu and Kashmir so far, as the relief operations launched by the Armed forces entered the 12th day on Saturday.

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Round Up At 1100 Hrs 13.9.2014 Govt of india: PIB
Over 1,42,000 persons have been rescued so far by the Armed Forces and NDRF from different parts of Jammu & Kashmir in the ongoing rescue and relief operations in the flood ravaged State.
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Over 142,000 people rescued in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir so far 13.9.2014 DNA: Mumbai
Over 1,42,000 people have been rescued from the flood-ravaged parts of Jammu and Kashmir so far, as the relief operations launched by the armed forces entered the 12th day on Saturday. "The armed forces and NDRF have so far rescued over 1,42,000 persons from different parts of J&K in the ongoing rescue and relief operations," a defence spokesperson said in Jammu. Thirteen tonnes of water purifying tablets and six water filtration plants with a capacity to filter 1.2 lakh bottles per day have already reached Srinagar, he said. Suction pumps and other engineering equipment from Vishakhapatnam have also reached the flood affected area for relief work, he said, adding twelve sewage pumps from Delhi have also been dispatched to the Valley. The spokesman said communication equipment of Department of Telecommunication, Army, BSNL and some private companies have also been dispatched to restore the network. Also, thirty generator sets of 3 to 5 KVA capacity have been sent to Srinagar to provide continuous power ...
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Over 1,42,000 people rescued in flood-hit J&K so far 13.9.2014 Top Stories
Relief operations launched by the Armed forces entered the 12th day today
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Udaipur couple relives J&K nightmare - Times of India 13.9.2014 Udaipur News
Udaipur couple relives J&K nightmare Times of India UDAIPUR: Abhishek Kumar and Bhanupriya, the newly wed couple who were trapped in Kashmir floods, returned home safely on Thursday evening. The couple narrated a tale of horror and barely surviving without food. The family was however happy ...
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Round up at 1800 hrs --- Over 1,27,000 People Rescued so far by Armed Forces Mobile Oxygen Generation Plant and Medicines Being Transported to the Valley 12.9.2014 Govt of india: PIB
Over 1,27,000 persons have been rescued so far by the Armed Forces and NDRF from different parts of Jammu & Kashmir in the ongoing rescue and relief operations in the flood ravaged State.
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Round up at 1800 hrs --- Over 1,27,000 People Rescued so far by Armed Forces Mobile Oxygen Generation Plant and Medicines Being Transported to the Valley 12.9.2014 Latest News
Over 1,27,000 persons have been rescued so far by the Armed Forces and NDRF from different parts of Jammu & Kashmir in the ongoing rescue and relief operations in the flood ravaged State.
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Vasundhara Raje: woman in a hurry 12.9.2014 Latest News
Vasundhara Raje has been praised for reforms in labour laws and a new card to transfer benefit payments, but has her government taken on too much
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Caught between all-consuming floods & angry locals 12.9.2014 deccanherald.com
Crisis throws up many heroes, but on some occasions villains too crop up. Instances have been reported from flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir, where tourists trying to get out of the marooned valley were badly heckled by local residents. "It was a nightmare. When we are all proceeding towards Raj Bhavan in Srinagar, seeking help, a group of Kashmiris blocked us and tore our clothes. They questioned us as to why we were escaping when the State is suffering." This was the tale narrated by Girish, a resident of Bangalore who was among a 20-member team which was stuck for five days in the rain-ravaged State. "As rescue operations are getting delayed, restless local residents from Srinagar are losing patience and expressing anguish towards tourists," Girish, who returned to Delhi on Thursday, lamented. A private company employee from Basaveshwara Nagar, Girish came to Kashmir along with his wife, children and parents on September 6. As they were staying at a hotel close to the picturesque Dal Lake, there was ...
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Jammu and Kashmir Floods: Indian Army saves 9-month pregnant woman 9.9.2014 DNA: Bangalore
Jammu and Kashmir Floods: Indian Army saves 9-month pregnant woman
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Air India declares free travel for trapped tourists in J-K 9.9.2014 Latest News
As Kashmir valley remains under flood water, Air India has decided to ferry free of cost tourists trapped in Srinagar while Gujarat and Bihar governments are sending 75,000 food and dry food packets for affected people.
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Telangana to allow industrial parks 6.9.2014 Asian Age: Business
Private firms will be allowed to develop industrial parks/ estates in Telangana State. Till now, government agencies in united state such as APIIC developed parks had offered space to industries on lease/rental basis. The TS government is coming up with a model in which a consortium of 20 or more private companies can apply to set up a new industrial estate or shift from existing industrial estates which are facing space constraints. The government will offer financial support to the consortium. Gujarat and Tamil Nadu have been successfully implementing this concept and Telangana State government is planning to replicate the same as part of it’s new industrial policy to be unveiled soon by the chief minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao. It would be the responsibility of the consortium to create all infrastructure facilities in the park, including water, electricity and roads. The park will be exempted from the existing labour laws along the lines of special economic zone (SEZ). The Telangana State government is ...
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Communist parties protest against ‘anti-people’ policies of Centre, State Government 2.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Communist parties protest against ‘anti-people’ policies of Centre, State Government
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