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Krishi Bhagya is the best of the lot, says Siddaramaiah 30.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Krishi Bhagya is the best of the lot, says Siddaramaiah
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Farmers provided training 30.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Farmers provided training
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“Adopt integrated approach to combat climate change” 30.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
“Adopt integrated approach to combat climate change”
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Chamber to take up Siruvani issue 30.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Chamber to take up Siruvani issue
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“Adopt integrated approach to combat climate change” 30.8.2016 Hindu: News
The need for adopting an integrated approach in mitigation measures to manage problems of climate change was emphasised at a meeting organised by the Madurai Productivity Council and Aditya Medical T...
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Credai to adopt new ratings for buildings 29.8.2016 The New Indian Express - Tamil Nadu - http://newindianexpress.com/states/tamil_nadu/
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‘Karez’ line discovered in Bidar 28.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Karez’ line discovered in Bidar
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MC to invest 25 crore for market development 28.8.2016 Punjab News, Ludhiana News, Ludhiana City News | Times of India Punjab News
In order to develop one of the famous markets of the city, Shaheed Sardar Kartar Singh Sarabha Market, the MC is mulling the idea of establishing a musical fountain, rain water harvesting, separate parking for two and four wheelers. Also, efforts will be made for underground electrical wires.
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Water wise 26.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Water wise
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‘Krishi Bhagya has become a model for the country’ 26.8.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Krishi Bhagya has become a model for the country’
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Aapnu Amdavad vies for World Heritage City tag 26.8.2016 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
This year, India’s nomination for the ‘world heritage city’ tag is our very own walled city. AT takes a look at it to find out what it means…
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Karez line discovered in Bidar old city 26.8.2016 Hindu: Home
Construction workers digging a channel for the underground drainage discovered a Karez line near Kali Masjid in Maniyar Taleem in Bidar Old City on Friday. Karezs are underground aqueducts built duri...
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What’s inside 25.8.2016 Hindu: Thiruvananthapuram
Rain of memories Collection of heart-warming episodes from the author’s personal and professional life. Nananhutheertha Mazhakal, Deepa Nisanth, Rs. 170 Water matters A guide to rainwater h...
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Corporation to identify open wells 25.8.2016 Hindu: Coimbatore
Corporation Commissioner K. Vijayakarthikeyan said that the civic body would soon identify open wells within its limit and take steps to either close or increase safety measures.If the wells were on g...
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SEIAA issues green compliance norms to NMRC for Noida-Greater Noida leg 24.8.2016 Noida - City - The Times of India
The State Level Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) has issued a list of terms of reference to the Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC), ahead of its monitoring of its Noida-Greater Noida project inspection for environmental compliance. The monitoring of the project which is slated in September will be carried out to offer an environmental clearance for the extension to Greater Noida.
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Sound barriers, 17k trees, rain pits for Metro green nod 24.8.2016 Noida - City - The Times of India
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RWH rule violators pay Rs 30 lakh in fines 22.8.2016 deccanherald.com
If you have paid an additional 25-50% on your water bills in the last two months, you are among the 1.17 lakh property owners in the city who have been penalised for not adopting rainwater harvesting. After the state government amended the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage (Rainwater Harvesting) Regulations 2011 early this year to make it more powerful, the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB), armed with the new guidelines, has collected a little more than Rs 30 lakh in July and August as penalty. "Rs 17.33 lakh was collected as penalty in July and around Rs 13.27 lakh in the first three weeks of August," a senior BWSSB official told DH. Early this year, BWSSB was empowered to levy a penalty of additional 25% on the water bill (domestic connections) for the first three months and double the amount from the fourth month. Similarly, the penalty is 50% on non-domestic connections. "We have identified about 1.17 lakh properties, measuring 60x40 sq ft and 30x40 sq ft (constructed after 2009) ...
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Make the most of good rainfall, save water, urge city activists 20.8.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Make the most of good rainfall, save water, urge city activists
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For a bit of green on the roof... 18.8.2016 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Have you ever imagined growing almost any vegetable you need on your rooftop? If not, meet Divya and Shripati, a couple who have proven that this could be achieved, especially in an organic and sustainable way. With the right equipment and a lot of patience, it is possible to grow almost all you need right on your rooftop, including tomatoes, ash gourds and many others. So, how did they do it? Divya and Shripati with their two children live in a rented house with an approximately 1,200 square feet terrace area in Bengaluru. In 2014, Divya got the idea of terrace gardening, but was hesitant of how it would work. To begin with, she bought only one pot to have her tulsi plant. After a few days, she bought a few more pots to try growing vegetables. The first one she tried was tomato as it is the easiest to grow, she says. A vibrant garden When tomatoes started growing as she expected, she tried leafy vegetables. That was her second experiment, she recalls. When the leafy greens started to sprout, her ...
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Hope floats for VIP water harvest 18.8.2016 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
The defunct rainwater harvesting structures at Raj Bhavan and the chief minister's secretariat have been put on the revival path, with the state groundwater directorate floating a Rs 1.66 lakh tender on Wednesday.
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