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Cyclone Nilofar to hit <strong>Gujarat</strong> as 'depression'

Cyclone Nilofar to hit Gujarat as 'depression'

30 Oct 2014

Ahmedabad: In a huge relief for people living near Gujarat's coastal areas, the MeT department said that 'Nilofar', earlier dubbed as a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm (VSCS) over west-central Arabian sea, is likely to make a landfall near Naliya in Kutch tomorrow as a 'depression'.

Cyclone Nilofar,   Gujarat,   depression,   cyclone,   cyclonic storm,   natural calamity,  
NASA tool to identify <strong>drought</strong>-resilient plants

NASA tool to identify drought-resilient plants

28 Oct 2014

Washington: US space agency is developing a new space-based instrument to study how plants react to heat and water stress and identify drought-resilient plants.

NASA tool,   drought-resilient plants,   ECO system,   infrared radiometer,   global water,   carbon cycling,  
Cyclone Nilofar: NDRF deploys 14 rescue teams in <strong>Gujarat</strong>

Cyclone Nilofar: NDRF deploys 14 rescue teams in Gujarat

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed 14 rescue and relief teams with boats and other flood rescue equipment as proactive measure to mitigate the situation during cyclonic storm Nilofar which is expected to hit the Gujarat coast on Friday.

National Disaster Response Force,   NDRF,   cyclonic storm Nilofar,   Gujarat coast,  
<strong>Gujarat</strong> Congress to get new chief soon

Gujarat Congress to get new chief soon

29 Oct 2014

Ahmedabad: Change in leadership of the Gujarat unit of Congress was imminent, senior party leader and Leader of the Opposition in Gujarat Assembly Shankersinh Vaghela said.

Gujarat,   Congress,   Gujarat Congress chief ,   Shankersinh Vaghela,   Arjun Modhwadia,  
West Rajasthan areas put on alert as Cyclone Nilofar nears <strong>Gujarat</strong> coast

West Rajasthan areas put on alert as Cyclone Nilofar nears Gujarat coast

29 Oct 2014

Jaisalmer: High alert has been sounded in western areas of Rajasthan by BSF and local administration in view of the likely impact of the cyclonic storm Nilofar that will hit the Gujarat coast on November 1.

Jaisalmer,   high alert,   western areas,   Rajasthan,   BSF,   local administration,   cyclonic storm,   Nilofar,   Gujarat coast,  
<strong>Gujarat</strong> scheme model for Centre's new programme for tribals

Gujarat scheme model for Centre's new programme for tribals

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Replicating a tribal welfare scheme first launched in Gujarat, the Centre on Tuesday rolled out the 'Vanbandhu Kalyan Yojana' in one tribal block each of 10 states with the aim of bridging the gap between tribals and other sections in human development indices.

New Delhi,   tribal welfare scheme,   Gujarat,   Centre,   Vanbandhu Kalyan Yojana,   tribal block,   tribals,   human development indices,  
L&T bags contract to build 'Statue of Unity' for Rs 2,979 crore

L&T bags contract to build 'Statue of Unity' for Rs 2,979 crore

28 Oct 2014

Gandhinagar: The work order for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pet project 'Statue of Unity' – the world's tallest statue of India's first home minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, was issued by the Gujarat government, to leading engineering company Larsen and Toubro (L&T).

Gandhinagar,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Statue of Unity,   World's tallest statue,   Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel,   Gujarat government,   Engineering company,   Larsen and Toubro,   L&T,  
Scoring <strong>drought</strong> an old problem for new-look Germany

Scoring drought an old problem for new-look Germany

13 Oct 2014

Berlin: World champions Germany will be desperate to bounce back with home win over Ireland next week to recover from a shock 2-0 defeat to Poland in their Euro 2016 qualifier on Saturday but in order to achieve that, they need to start scoring goals.

Germany,   Joachim Low,   scoring drought,   world champions,   Max Kruse,   Mario Goetze,   Thomas Mueller,  
150-year-old bungalow in <strong>Gujarat</strong> converted into Vivekananda memorial

150-year-old bungalow in Gujarat converted into Vivekananda memorial

22 Oct 2014

Vadodara: The 150-year-old Dilaram Bungalow here, which was shut down for renovation since the last six months, will be thrown open to public next week after it is re-christened as the Swami Vivekananda memorial.

Gujarat,   Vivekananda memorial,   Vivekananda,   Swami Vivekananda,   Dilaram Bungalow,   Ramkrishna Math ,  
China renovates World War II airport for cloud seeding

China renovates World War II airport for cloud seeding

14 Oct 2014

Beijing: China has renovated a US-built World War II-era airport to use it as a base to step up cloud seeding to beat the drought in central Hunan province, the country's largest rice producer.

China,   WWII,   WWII airport,   Drought problems,   Zhijiang Airport,   Chihchiang Airfield,   ,  

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