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Heavy <strong>drinking</strong> ups stroke risk more than BP, diabetes

Heavy drinking ups stroke risk more than BP, diabetes

30 Jan 2015

London: More than two drinks a day in middle-age may raise your stroke risk more than traditional factors such as high blood pressure and diabetes, warns a study.

drinking,   BP,   diabetes,   blood pressure,   alcohol ,  
Arunachal Pradesh urges Centre for Rs 926.97 crore

Arunachal Pradesh urges Centre for Rs 926.97 crore

24 Jan 2015

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh has urged the Centre for a special sanction of Rs 926.07 crore for providing safe drinking water to 1340 habitations under critical category.

Arunachal Pradesh,   safe drinking water,   Takam Pario,   Swachh Bharat Mission-Gramin,  
India seeks German support for Ganga rejuvenation

India seeks German support for Ganga rejuvenation

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti on Wednesday called for Indo-German cooperation in rejuvenation of the Ganga river.

Ganga rejuvenation,   Ganga river pollution,   Water Resources Minister,   Uma Bharti,   Indo-German cooperation,   clean Ganga,  
Arsenic in <strong>drinking</strong> <strong>water</strong> tied to drop in breast cancer deaths

Arsenic in drinking water tied to drop in breast cancer deaths

02 Jan 2015

Washington: A new study has found that high levels of arsenic in drinking water were associated with an 'astonishing' 50 percent drop in breast cancer deaths in Chile.The study presents results of breast cancer mortality data from a region in Chile where residents were inadvertently exposed to high levels of arsenic, a naturally occurring element found in many minerals.

Drinking water,   breast cancer,   mortality,   cancer deaths,   Chile,  
353 <strong>villages</strong> in Kutch district declared scarcity-hit

353 villages in Kutch district declared scarcity-hit

06 Dec 2014

Ahmedabad: A total of 353 villages in Kutch district of Gujarat were on Friday declared completely or partially scarcity-hit and officials asked to provide adequate drinking water and cattle fodder to the affected areas.

village,   scarcity-hit village,   Kutch district,   Gujarat drinking water,   cattle fodder,   Anandi Patel,  
<strong>Drinking</strong> coffee may reduce skin cancer risk

Drinking coffee may reduce skin cancer risk

21 Jan 2015

New York: Scientists have found that drinking four cups of coffee a day has a protective effect against skin cancer. Although the results are preliminary, lifestyle modifications with even modest protective effects may have a meaningful impact on melanoma morbidity, the researchers said.

Drinking coffee,   skin cancer,   benefits of drinking coffee,   daily coffee intake,   National Cancer Institute,  
Telangana government to give priority to <strong>water</strong> supply in Hyderabad: Chandrasekhar Rao

Telangana government to give priority to water supply in Hyderabad: Chandrasekhar Rao

06 Jan 2015

Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday directed officials to take steps to meet the drinking water needs in Hyderabad by taking into account the present and future population of the city.

Telangana,   K Chandrasekhar Rao,   Hyderabad,   Hyderabad Water Board,   drinking water supply,  
Restoring <strong>water</strong> to Male could take 10 days: Official

Restoring water to Male could take 10 days: Official

08 Dec 2014

Male: Restoring water supplies to the Maldivian capital could take 10 more days, an official warned on Monday, but tourists will not be affected by the crisis in the idyllic holiday destination.

Restoring Male water supplies,   Maldivian capital,   desalination plant hit,   Male island water scarcity,   Ibrahim Muaz Ali,   Male drinking water problem,   Male potable water ,  
Manjhi angry with contractors for delayed projects

Manjhi angry with contractors for delayed projects

03 Jan 2015

Munger (Bihar): Delay in completing drinking water projects in Munger district angered Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi who warned FIRs would be lodged against erring contractors if the projects were not completed within two months.

Manjhi,   Chief Minister,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   drinking water,   Munger,   Nitish Kumar,  
Rs 415 crore sanctioned for <strong>drinking</strong> <strong>water</strong> project

Rs 415 crore sanctioned for drinking water project

21 Nov 2014

Berhampur (Odisha): Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited (Hudco) has sanctioned Rs 415 crore loan for implementation of a drinking water project in Berhampur city in south Odisha.

Rs 415 crore,   drinking water,   water project,   drinking water,  

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