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Youth killed as Pakistan Rangers shell BOPs, <strong>villages</strong> in Jammu

Youth killed as Pakistan Rangers shell BOPs, villages in Jammu

04 Aug 2015

Jammu: A youth was killed when Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire by targeting Border out Posts (BOPs) and border hamlets by resorting to firing and mortar shelling along the International Border in Jammu district today.

ceasefire violation,   Pakistan Rangers,   Pakistan Army,   Pakistani troops,   mortar bombs,   Border Out Posts,   International Border,   Jammu,   latest India news,  
Lamp that runs for eight hours on <strong>water</strong> and salt

Lamp that runs for eight hours on water and salt

30 Jul 2015

Manila: A new cost effective lamp that burns for eight hours at a time, running on nothing but a glass of water and two tablespoons of salt has been developed by a start-up in the Philippines.

lamp,   water,   salt,   SALT Team,   Philippines,   Manila,   Led,   new innovation,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Bihar is India's most flood-prone state: Report

Bihar is India's most flood-prone state: Report

01 Aug 2015

Patna: Bihar is the country's most flood-prone state with 73 percent of its 94,163-sq/km area getting flooded annually, the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) said here today.

Bihar,   Most flood prone state,   International Water Management Institute,   IWMI,   Latest States News,  
Railways to provide potable <strong>water</strong> at affordable price

Railways to provide potable water at affordable price

10 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Indian Railways will install water vending machines at the stations across the country to provide potable drinking water to passengers at affordable price.

Indian Railways,   water vending machines,   water vending machines at stations,   water in railway stations,   potable drinking water,   drinking water at station,   IRCTC,   WVM at railway station,   latest India news,  
Poor romantic relationships trigger <strong>drinking</strong>

Poor romantic relationships trigger drinking

17 Jul 2015

London: If you are in the middle of a failing relationship but still depend on it to make yourself feel good, don't hang on. It may lead you to become an alcoholic, a study says. When a person's self-worth is tied to their romantic relationship, the effect of negative events or emotions is magnified. When this happens, believing their partner is cheating can lead people to use alcohol to cope.

Poor romantic relationships,   Drinking,   Hang on,   Alcoholic,   Wine,   romantic relation,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Xiaomi to introduce newly-launched smart <strong>water</strong> purifier in India soon

Xiaomi to introduce newly-launched smart water purifier in India soon

20 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Chinese technology major Xiaomi will soon introduce its newly-launched smart water purifier in the Indian market.

Xiaomi,   Water Purifier‬,   Mi Water Purifier,   Reverse Osmosis,   RO,   Water quality,   Smartphone,  
'Entreprise Edition' of Google Glass 2.0 to be <strong>water</strong>-resistant with more rugged design

'Entreprise Edition' of Google Glass 2.0 to be water-resistant with more rugged design

23 Jul 2015

New York: If you still have a dream to own the eye-wearable device Google Glass, wait for its smarter version that is foldable and more durable, media reported.

Google Glass,   foldable google glass,   waterproof Google Glass,   Google eye wear,   Google spectacles,   Google Glass 2.0,   latest tech news,  
Viral video: Six-feet man gets into giant <strong>water</strong> balloon; partner captures slow-motion explosion

Viral video: Six-feet man gets into giant water balloon; partner captures slow-motion explosion

24 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Can a six-feet man get into a baloon? Yes, he can. Daniel Gruchy and Gavin Free, also known as 'The Slow Mo Guys,' posted a video of Gruchy inside a giant water balloon which later exploded.

Man get into baloon,   Daniel Gruchy Gavin Free,   The Slow Mo Guys,   Viral video,  
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.

Drinking water problem in villages,   Water Supply and Sanitation Policy,   Union Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh,  
US firm paid USD 976,000 bribe to win Indian <strong>water</strong> project

US firm paid USD 976,000 bribe to win Indian water project

18 Jul 2015

Washington: A New Jersey-based construction management firm has been charged with bribing Indian officials several crores of rupees to win two major water developmental projects in Goa and in Guwahati.

US firm,   Bribe for Indian project,   Water project in Goa,   New Jersey based firm,   Construction management firm,   Water developmental projects,   Business News ,  

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