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Climate change threatens global health <strong>security</strong>: UNEP

Climate change threatens global health security: UNEP

01 Nov 2014

San Juan: The rapid propagation in recent years of infectious diseases such as Malaria, Chikungunya and even Ebola is one more example of how climate change threatens global health security.

Climate change,   global health security,   UNEP,   diseases,   Malaria,   Chikungunya,   Ebola,   UN Environment Programme,  
'Kiss of Love' to be held as scheduled: Organisers

'Kiss of Love' to be held as scheduled: Organisers

01 Nov 2014

Kochi: A day after Kerala High Court refused to intervene, the organisers of controversial 'Kiss of Love' protest on Saturday said they would go ahead, even as they were yet to get permission from the police.

Kochi,   Kerala High Court ,  Kiss of Love,   police,   moral policing,   Kerala government ,  
All colleges in India should be disabled-friendly: <strong>High</strong> Court

All colleges in India should be disabled-friendly: High Court

01 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has directed Chief Commissioners for Persons with Disabilities at the Centre and in Maharashtra to instruct all educational institutions in the country to provide a barrier-free environment for disabled students by March 2015.

colleges in India,   disabled-friendly,   High Court,   education,   students,  
Court to hear Dikshit's plea against fine on 3rd December

Court to hear Dikshit's plea against fine on 3rd December

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday posted, for December 3, the case filed by former chief minister Sheila Dikshit against Rs 3 lakh fine imposed on her by a lower court here, after she failed to appear before it in a defamation case filed by her against BJP leader  Vijender Gupta.

Delhi High Court,   Vijender Gupta,   Sheila Dikshit,   S K Misra,   BJP,   Congress,  
Solar power material converts 90 percent of light into heat

Solar power material converts 90 percent of light into heat

01 Nov 2014

Washington: Researchers have developed a new nanoparticle-based material for concentrating solar power plants that can absorb and convert to heat more than 90 percent of the sunlight it captures.

Solar power,   light,   heat,   sunlight,   humidity,   high temperature,  
Kiran Bedi proposes 6 P concept for women safety

Kiran Bedi proposes 6 P concept for women safety

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Former cop and social activist Kiran Bedi advocated for a holistic approach towards ensuring women's safety and security involving parents, teachers as well as state.

Kiran Bedi,   6 P concept,   women safety,   security,   IPS officer,   ,  
HC stays execution of Surinder Koli's death sentence

HC stays execution of Surinder Koli's death sentence

31 Oct 2014

Allahabad: The Allahabad High Court on Friday stayed the execution of the death sentence of Surinder Koli in the gruesome Nithari serial killings case.

Allahabad,   Allahabad High Court,   Death sentence,   Surinder Koli,   Nithari killings,  
<strong>Security</strong> remains <strong>high</strong> at Kochi airport

Security remains high at Kochi airport

25 Oct 2014

Kochi: Security remained high at the Kochi airport for the second day on Saturday in the wake of a threat of a bomb explosion or a possible suicide attack on a flight on the Mumbai-Kochi sector and a review will take place on Monday.

Security,   Kochi airport,   airport,   bomb blast,   terror attack,   ,  
 Tight <strong>security</strong> for Fadnavis' swearing-in ceremony; PM may attend

Tight security for Fadnavis' swearing-in ceremony; PM may attend

31 Oct 2014

Mumbai: A thick security blanket has been thrown in and around Wankhede Stadium, where the first BJP government in Maharashtra led by Devendra Fadnavis will be sworn-in on Friday in a mega ceremony likely to be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several VVIPs.

Maharashtra CM,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Fadnavis,   Maharashtra,   Devendra Fadnavis,   Narendra Modi,   BJP president,   Amit Shah,   Nitin Gadkari,   Shiv Sena,   Uddhav Thackrey ,  
HC orders status quo with respect to closure of 250 bars

HC orders status quo with respect to closure of 250 bars

31 Oct 2014

Kochi: In a relief to owners of bars in small and medium hotels a day after a single judge upheld the state government's decision to close them down, Kerala High Court on Friday permitted 250 bars to function for a month.

Kochi,   bars,   small and medium hotels,   single judge,  state government,   Kerala High Court,   bars,  

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