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Delhi HC seeks postmortem reports of two boys who fell in tanks

Delhi HC seeks postmortem reports of two boys who fell in tanks

10 Feb 2016

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court directed police to file its report including the postmortem reports on the death of two children after falling into water tanks in their respective schools here.

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Bilingual kids are better <strong>problem</strong>-solvers: Study

Bilingual kids are better problem-solvers: Study

05 Feb 2016

Toronto: Kids who can speak in two or more languages have a better command on routine functioning, reveals a study.

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Yes Bank to set up 1,000 <strong>water</strong> purifiers at railway stations

Yes Bank to set up 1,000 water purifiers at railway stations

06 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Private sector lender Yes Bank has joined hands with the Indian Railways to set up 1,000 water purifiers on stations across the country by 2019.

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Battery technology may draw salt ions from seawater: Report

Battery technology may draw salt ions from seawater: Report

06 Feb 2016

Washington: The technology that charges batteries for electronic devices could provide fresh water from salty seas, a new study suggests. Electricity running through a salt water-filled battery draws the salt ions out of the water.

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Animals with larger brains are better <strong>problem</strong> solvers

Animals with larger brains are better problem solvers

27 Jan 2016

Washington: When it comes to brains, size matters! Scientists have found that carnivores that have larger brains relative to their body size perform better in problem-solving tasks.

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Microsoft's 'Project Natick' may put datacentres under <strong>water</strong>

Microsoft's 'Project Natick' may put datacentres under water

02 Feb 2016

San Francisco: Microsoft yesterday revealed that as the world turns to computing power in the cloud it is working to put datacenters under water. Researchers working on 'Project Natick' tested a prototype vessel on the ocean floor about a kilometer off the US Pacific Coast for about four months last year.

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 Coal India faces dilemma over production, pricing

Coal India faces dilemma over production, pricing

01 Feb 2016

Kolkata: Amid sluggish demand, Coal India is facing dilemma over the production and finding it difficult to further stock the fuel, even as the PSU major is not keen to rationalise prices and rather looks at methods to boost sales to keep weak subsidiaries in profit.

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<strong>Water</strong> services resume partially, alarming ammonia levels yet to be contained

Water services resume partially, alarming ammonia levels yet to be contained

21 Jan 2016

New Delhi: A day after high level of ammonia forced the closure of Wazirabad and Chandrawal treatment plants, partial water supply was restored from both the facilities that serve large parts of the capital, including Lutyens' zone.

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Anandiben Patel asks officials to plan for possible <strong>water</strong> scarcity

Anandiben Patel asks officials to plan for possible water scarcity

28 Jan 2016

Ahmedabad: Chief Minister Anandiben Patel yesterday asked the officials to plan ahead for the possible water scarcity in parts of Gujarat this summer because of the deficient rainfall in the last monsoon.

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Center plans solution for <strong>drinking</strong> <strong>water</strong> supply <strong>problem</strong> in <strong>villages</strong>

Center plans solution for drinking water supply problem in villages

27 Sep 2011

Since the installation of hand pumps for drinking water in the villages had given a bad experience to the Central government, it has now decided to find out a permanent solution to the age-old problem.

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