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 <strong>Drinking</strong> <strong>water</strong> shortage to hit world by 2040

Drinking water shortage to hit world by 2040

30 Jul 2014

London: If we continue doing what we are doing today to meet our energy demands, there will not be enough water in the world to quench the thirst of the world population by 2040, says a study.

Drinking water shortage,   water shortage,   power plants,   Professor Benjamin Sovacool,   electricity sector,  
50 <strong>villages</strong> marooned in Thane after heavy rains

50 villages marooned in Thane after heavy rains

30 Jul 2014

Thane: Nearly 50 villages in the district have been cut-off from the tehsil headquarters and two bridges remained submerged as heavy rains continued to lash Thane on Wednesday.

heavy rains,   heavy rains in Thane,   Vaitarna river,   submerged villages,   Thane,  
Assam: Flood affects 15 <strong>villages</strong> in Sonitpur district

Assam: Flood affects 15 villages in Sonitpur district

30 Jul 2014

Tezpur(Assam): More than five thousand people in 15 villages of Assam's Sonitpur district have been affected with water level of the rivers rising alarmingly today due to heavy rainfall in the catchment areas of neighbouring Arunachal Pradesh.

Sonitpur,   flood,   Assam,   flood in Assam,   Assam flood ,  
World to experience <strong>water</strong> shortage by 2040: Study

World to experience water shortage by 2040: Study

30 Jul 2014

London: There will be a global water supply shortage by 2040 if citizens do not improve the way energy and power is used, warns a new research that included a case study from India.

World,   water shortage,   study,   water supply,   new research,  
New vision-correcting display to replace glasses

New vision-correcting display to replace glasses

28 Jul 2014

Washington: You may soon be able to ditch your glasses and contact lenses, thanks to a new display technology that automatically addresses vision problems. Scientists are developing a new screen technology that can adjust an image on a display so you can see it clearly without corrective lenses.

Glasses,   contact lenses,   technology,   corrective lenses,   vision problem,  
Shimla gets Himachal's first <strong>water</strong>-dispensing ATM

Shimla gets Himachal's first water-dispensing ATM

28 Jul 2014

Shimla: Now, you can buy drinking water by using an ATM card in Himachal Pradesh capital, the first in the state and perhaps in the country.

Shimla,   Himachal Pradesh,   first water-dispensing ATM,   Chief Minister,   Virbhadra Singh ,  
Fast-track rehabilitation of <strong>villages</strong> near sanctuary: Shivajirao Moghe

Fast-track rehabilitation of villages near sanctuary: Shivajirao Moghe

26 Jul 2014

Yavatmal: Rehabilitation of villages located in the vicinity of Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary in the district will be expedited, Maharashtra Social Justice Minister Shivajirao Moghe has said.

Fast-track rehabilitation,   Maharashtra Social Justice Minister,   Shivajirao Moghe,   Kelapur Tehsil,   wildlife and bio-diversity conservation ,  
Modest <strong>drinking</strong> can improve your sense of smell

Modest drinking can improve your sense of smell

24 Jul 2014

London: A new study has claimed that consuming modest amounts of alcohol can boost your sense of smell. However, drinking too much can lead to a significant reduction in sense of smell, researchers said.

Yaara Endevelt,   Weizmann Institute of Science,   Rehovot,   Israel,   sense of smell,   Modest drinking ,  
<strong>Water</strong> level of Ganga on the rise, authorities alert

Water level of Ganga on the rise, authorities alert

26 Jul 2014

Kanpur: The water level of river Ganga is constantly on the rise and is approaching the danger mark due to release of water from Narora dam and heavy rainfall in the hills.

Water level,   River Ganga,   Kanpur,   Narora damn,   Ganga,   heavy rainfall,  
BJP's river linking plan likely to get push

BJP's river linking plan likely to get push

27 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party's ambitious proposal to link rivers across the country is set to get a push with the Water Resources Ministry being asked to prepare a future roadmap.

BJP,   river linking plan,   Water Resources Ministry,   Nitin Gadkari,   DWS,   Atal Bihari Vajpayee,   pet plan,   ground water level,  

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