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7 Students Get Justice 16 Yrs after Meeting Watery Grave 18.9.2014 The New Indian Express - Odisha - http://newindianexpress.com/states/odisha/
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Report on Thenpennai-Palar Link May be Ready by July Next 18.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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When Will Wildlife Have Acche Din? 18.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
The new government, with all its visionary plans, doesn’t seem to have wildlife and environment on its priority list
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City Without Krishna Water 18.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Chronicle of a tragedy foretold 18.9.2014 Hindu: Home
No agency provided any prior warning about the massive floods in Jammu and Kashmir
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Pulichintala SDC surrendered 18.9.2014 Hindu: News
Taking a serious view of the laxity in clearing bills of the displaced families of the Pulichintala project, the district administration on Tuesday surrendered Special Deputy Collector Unit-2 Subr...
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Ordeal returns to haunt Pulichintala evacuees 18.9.2014 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Owing to delay in implementing R&R package several families reluctant to move out of villages. A recent order issued by the State government further delayed the sanctioning of bills. The government has decided to reimburse the bills directly into the accounts of beneficiaries.
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Former Legislators Forum meet on Sept. 20 18.9.2014 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
The general body meeting of the Andhra Pradesh Former Legislators Forum will be held in Hyderabad on September 20, according to its convenor Divi Sivaram. The meeting to be held at the Committee Ha...
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Hafiz Saeed blames India for devastating floods in Pakistan 17.9.2014 Asian Age: International
Related Images Water is an emotive issue in Pakistan, whose rapidly rising population depends on snow-fed Himalayan rivers for everything from drinking water to agriculture. Many Pakistanis believe that rival India uses its upstream dams to manipulate how much water flows down to Pakistani wheat and cotton fields, with some describing it as a "water bomb" designed to weaken its neighbour. There is no evidence to prove that, and India has long dismissed such accusations as nonsense. Experts say this month's floods, which also hit Kashmir region, were caused by the sheer volume of rainfall. In fact, some Pakistanis accuse their own government of failing to invest in dams and other infrastructure needed to regulate water levels through wet and dry seasons. But others agree with the narrative pushed by Saeed and Syed Salahuddin, head of the militant anti-Indian Hizbul Mujahideen group and also one of India's most wanted men. "India wants to turn Pakistan into an arid desert," Salahuddin told Reuters in a ...
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Tropical storm Odile moves into Arizona as resident prepare for downpour 17.9.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Storm that battered Mexico moves on to US as Arizona set to suffer under second blast of extreme weather in two weeks

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Water brings life back into Krishna 17.9.2014 Hindu: News
Flood waters flowing into Prakasam Barrage reservoir has given rise to different activity in an around the masonry structure in Vijayawada. This has literally infused life back into River Krishna with fish occasionally making an appearance jumping out of the waters and a flock of predatory birds keeping a watch to nab them at the first available opportunity. Flowers on the river bund also have blossomed to give a touch of different colours. The Hindu photographer V. Raju captures the life around the Prakasam Barrage.
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Uttarakhand submits Ganga action plan to Centre 17.9.2014 News
The state said it would create new solid waste management systems at a cost of Rs 829.66 cr
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Swollen river is no place for tourists 17.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Swollen river is no place for tourists
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Mini dam in Sekmai, Wangjing inspected - E-Pao.net 17.9.2014 dam - Google News
Mini dam in Sekmai, Wangjing inspected E-Pao.net Imphal, September 16 2014: Minor Irrigation and Information & Public Relations Parliamentary Secretary, Keisham Meghachandra inspected the Mini dam construction sites at Awang Sekmai, Imphal West and Wangjing, Thoubal district today. The ...
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Hafiz Saeed blames India for devastating floods in Pakistan 17.9.2014 Asian Age: International
Related Images Water is an emotive issue in Pakistan, whose rapidly rising population depends on snow-fed Himalayan rivers for everything from drinking water to agriculture. Many Pakistanis believe that rival India uses its upstream dams to manipulate how much water flows down to Pakistani wheat and cotton fields, with some describing it as a "water bomb" designed to weaken its neighbour. There is no evidence to prove that, and India has long dismissed such accusations as nonsense. Experts say this month's floods, which also hit Kashmir region, were caused by the sheer volume of rainfall. In fact, some Pakistanis accuse their own government of failing to invest in dams and other infrastructure needed to regulate water levels through wet and dry seasons. But others agree with the narrative pushed by Saeed and Syed Salahuddin, head of the militant anti-Indian Hizbul Mujahideen group and also one of India's most wanted men. "India wants to turn Pakistan into an arid desert," Salahuddin told Reuters in a ...
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Saeed uses floods to turn opinion against India 17.9.2014 deccanherald.com
Hafiz Saeed, widely considered one of South Asias most dangerous militants, has no doubt who is to blame for devastating floods that have submerged swathes of Pakistani countryside and claimed hundreds of lives. "India irrigates its deserts and dumps extra water on Pakistan without any warning," the bearded Saeed told Reuters, as he surveyed a vast expanse of muddy water from a rescue boat just outside the central city of Multan. "If we dont stop India now, Pakistan will continue to face this danger." His comments will surprise few in India, where Saeed is suspected of helping mastermind the 2008 Mumbai massacre which killed 166 people, a few of them Americans. Saeed, who also has a $10 million U.S. bounty on his head, denies involvement. But his presence in the flood-hit area is part of a push by Pakistani Islamists, militants and organisations linked to them to fill the vacuum left by struggling local authorities and turn people against a neighbour long viewed with deep mistrust. Water is an emotive ...
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Of Himalayan blunders & rivers of muck 17.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Of Himalayan blunders & rivers of muck
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Pak Islamists use floods to turn opinion against India 17.9.2014 Hindustan Times: World
Hafiz Saeed widely considered one of South Asias most dangerous militants has no doubt who is to blame for devastating floods that have submerged swathes of Pakistani countryside and claimed hundreds of ...
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Outflow from Nagarjuna Sagar Spells Fresh Trouble Between AP and TS Govts 17.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
Andhra officials store water up to 42 metres at Pulichintala; five villages in Nalgonda dist inundated; AP Govt relents & releases water following Telangana Chief Secretary’s missive to his Andhra counterpart as well as the Union Water Resources Ministry
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TS Urges Centre to Direct AP to Discharge Water 17.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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