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Treated <strong>tap</strong> <strong>water</strong> accessible to only 30.8 percent of <strong>rural</strong> population

Treated tap water accessible to only 30.8 percent of rural population

12 Jan 2013

India might be recognized as world’s one of the fastest growing economies, but most of its people are destined to live without basic facilities like safe drinking water.

treated tap water,   tap water in rural India,   drinking water in rural India,   Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation,   Ministry of Rural Development,  
Chhattisgarh ranked 1st in providing domestic <strong>tap</strong> connection in 2014-15

Chhattisgarh ranked 1st in providing domestic tap connection in 2014-15

05 Feb 2015

Raipur: Chhattisgarh has bagged the top position in the country for providing the highest number of domestic water tap connections in 2014-15 under the National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP).

domestic tap connection,   tap connections in Chhattisgarh,   Chhattisgarh,   NRDWP,   National Rural Drinking Water Programme,  
Bajaj Corporation to pursue acquisitions; <strong>tap</strong> <strong>rural</strong> market

Bajaj Corporation to pursue acquisitions; tap rural market

12 Jan 2016

New Delhi: FMCG firm Bajaj Corporation Ltd (BCL) plans to pursue acquisitions targeting niche brands and tap rural areas to push growth, particularly in light hair oil segment, where it aims to have a market share of 65 percent.

Bajaj corporation,   Bajaj products,   Bajaj to tap rural market,   Bajaj Corporation expansion,   Bajaj Corporation sales,   Latest Business News,  
 Cooking with <strong>tap</strong> <strong>water</strong> and salt can make food toxic: Study

Cooking with tap water and salt can make food toxic: Study

25 Nov 2015

London: Cooking with chloraminated tap water and common table salt may put potentially harmful toxins in your food, researchers have warned.

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‘<strong>Tap</strong> to Translate’ app on your smartphone soon

Tap to Translate’ app on your smartphone soon

12 May 2016

New Delhi: Google today announced plans to soon roll out "Tap to Translate" feature on Android smartphones, eradicating the cumbersome task of copy-paste routine whenever people need to get their text translated.

Google,   Google in India,   Tap to translate,   Android phone,   Smartphone,   Smartphone in India,   Technology news,  
RBI Clears The Decks For On-<strong>Tap</strong> Banking, Bars Big Corporates

RBI Clears The Decks For On-Tap Banking, Bars Big Corporates

02 Aug 2016

Mumbai: Paving the way for entry of new players in banking sector, the Reserve Bank on  heralded 'on tap' universal banking licence regime, but excluded large industrial houses from the purview though they can invest up to 10 per cent in new banks.

RBI,   on tap banking,   Reserve Bank of India,   Universal banking licence regime,   Banks Latest Business News,  
40 percent people in <strong>India</strong> may not have <strong>water</strong> to drink by 2030: Study

40 percent people in India may not have water to drink by 2030: Study

22 Mar 2016

New Delhi: Forty percent of India's population may not have drinking water by 2030, if the water crisis in country is not met seriously, a study has warned.

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HOOQ forays into <strong>India</strong> to <strong>tap</strong> video-on-demand market

HOOQ forays into India to tap video-on-demand market

27 May 2015

New Delhi: HOOQ, a joint venture of SingTel, Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros, on Tuesday said it will launch its video-on-demand service in India to tap the growing demand for international and regional content in the country.

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 World Bank to provide USD 500 million loan for <strong>rural</strong> <strong>water</strong> supply

World Bank to provide USD 500 million loan for rural water supply

08 Jan 2014

New Delhi: Multi-lateral funding agency, the World Bank will provide USD 500 million loan for water supply and sanitation projects in the rural areas of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.

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 Bottled <strong>water</strong> not so healthy than <strong>tap</strong> <strong>water</strong>: Study

Bottled water not so healthy than tap water: Study

03 Jan 2013

Though health-conscious fitness enthusiasts are never seen without bottled water, and it is subject to less stringent  safety tests than tap water, the bottled variety is much more likely to be contaminated, says a new study.

Bottled water,   water in bottle,   tap water,  

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