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NGT revokes ban on road-widening project

NGT revokes ban on road-widening project

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal on Friday revoked its ban on the road-widening project and cutting of trees along the Andheria Mod-Fortis Hospital stretch in New Delhi.

National Green Tribunal,   Road-Widening Project,   Andheria Mod-Fortis Hospital,   Public Work Department,   Road widening ban,   Delhi Preservation of Trees Act,   Illegal tree cutting ,  
<strong>Goa</strong> government suppressed assessment report on <strong>mining</strong> impact: Madhav Gadgil

Goa government suppressed assessment report on mining impact: Madhav Gadgil

27 Aug 2014

Panaji: Noted ecologist Madhav Gadgil alleged that the state's BJP government has ‘suppressed’ his report assessing the impact of mining on environment in Goa.

Goa government,   Gadgil,   Madhav Gadgil,   Digambar Kamat,   BJP,   NDA ,  
Ganesh festival fervor grips <strong>Goa</strong>

Ganesh festival fervor grips Goa

29 Aug 2014

Panaji: Its time for home-coming and traditional 'aartis' and 'bhajans' in Goa as the ten-day Ganesh Chaturthi festival locally known as 'Chovoth' starts on Friday.

Ganesh festival,   Goa,   day Ganesh Chaturthi,   Lord Ganesha,  
Himachal Pradesh to regularize around 25,000 <strong>illegal</strong> structures

Himachal Pradesh to regularize around 25,000 illegal structures

29 Aug 2014

Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh Cabinet approved bringing an ordinance that paves the way for regularization of about 25,000 illegal structures across the state.

Himachal Pradesh,   illegal structures,   Himachal Pradesh govt,   Himachal Pradesh Town and Country Planning Act,   1977,   illegal structures in Himachal Pradesh,  
Ritu Kumar’s <strong>latest</strong> line focuses on modern women

Ritu Kumar’s latest line focuses on modern women

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Designer Ritu Kumar has come up with her autumn winter line that draws its inspiration from traditional prints of Rajasthan and Kutch. The target audience is contemporary women.

Ritu Kumar,   Indian fashion designer,   Ritu Kumar collections,   Winter collections,   Traditional wear,   Rajasthani designs,  
<strong>Goa</strong> aims for 100 percent financial inclusion in one month

Goa aims for 100 percent financial inclusion in one month

29 Aug 2014

Panaji: Goa government said all families in the state would have bank accounts by next month as the tourist paradise joined Centre's ambitious drive on financial inclusion.

Goa aims 100 percent financial inclusion,   financial inclusion,   Manohar Parrikar,   Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana,  
ONGC board approves Rs 5,219 crore investment in Daman gas fields

ONGC board approves Rs 5,219 crore investment in Daman gas fields

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) today said it will invest Rs 5,219 crore in bringing to production Daman gas fields in the Arabian sea by July 2016.

Oil,   Natural Gas,   ONGC,   Daman gas fields,   Arabian sea,   Oil mining ,  
China seizes 70 kg cocaine after a tip-off from United States

China seizes 70 kg cocaine after a tip-off from United States

29 Aug 2014

Beijing: Chinese officials, with help from US authorities, have seized 70 kg of Cocaine in Shanghai, one of the largest haul of the contraband confiscated in China in recent years.

China,   US,   China government,   Cocaine,   Cocaine confiscation,   Drug Enforcement Administration,   Ministry of Public Security,   Mexican drug cartel member,   Customs,   Illegal Cocaine business,  
<strong>Goa</strong> football scores with launch of home team 'FC <strong>Goa</strong>'

Goa football scores with launch of home team 'FC Goa'

27 Aug 2014

Panaji: Goa will now have a home team to cheer for in the inaugural 2014 Hero Indian Super League as 'FC Goa' announced its launch at a city hotel here.

Panaji,   Goa,   Indian Super League,   FC Goa,   Club soccer,   Soccer India,  
 SC pulls up government, army for 'eyewash' action on <strong>illegal</strong> arms sales

SC pulls up government, army for 'eyewash' action on illegal arms sales

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Supreme Court on Tuesday frowned at the Central government for letting off lightly army officers in the southwestern command involved in unauthorised sale of weapons they had bought from the army for their personal use but later sold to arms dealers and other people.

Supreme Court,   H L Dattu,   NDA,   BJP,   Indian army,  

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