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70 percent of Indian sewage <strong>treatment</strong> plants dysfunctional: Prakash Javadekar

70 percent of Indian sewage treatment plants dysfunctional: Prakash Javadekar

21 Nov 2014

Gandhinagar: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday said that 70 percent of all sewage treatment plants in India do not work due to high running cost. Through his recorded video message at 'Wastech', an international summit on waste management organised at Mahatma Mandir here on Friday, Javadekar called for better solutions to tackle problems related to waste management in India.

Prakash Javadekar,   Indian sewage treatment,   sewage treatment plants,   Wastech,   waste management,  
Human trafficking <strong>victims</strong> in India need greater legal support: Report

Human trafficking victims in India need greater legal support: Report

19 Nov 2014

London: Trafficking victims in India need more legal support to pursue cases against their perpetrators, while the country's police must understand that bonded and forced labour are also crimes, according to a report published on Wednesday.

Human trafficking,   Trafficking victims,   legal support,   forced labour,   2014 Global Slavery Index,   Trust Women conference,   non-legal victim assistance,  
Unravelling dynamic changes in brain while going to sleep

Unravelling dynamic changes in brain while going to sleep

21 Nov 2014

New York: Sleeping is a gradual process and researchers have now developed a method to estimate the dynamic changes in brain activity and behaviour during the transition from wakefulness to sleep.

Sleeping is a gradual process,   developed a method to estimate,   dynamic changes in brain activity,   behaviour during the transition,   from wakefulness to sleep,   new treatment for sleep disorders,   chart the entire trajectory,   neurological,   physiological,   behavioural activity,   ,  
Government agrees to hike compensation for Bhopal <strong>victims</strong>

Government agrees to hike compensation for Bhopal victims

15 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Central government has agreed to increase the compensation for Bhopal gas tragedy victims, Amnesty International  said and welcomed the move.

Bhopal gas tragedy victims,   Bhopal victims,   Amnesty International,   Narendra Modi ,  
Traffic Police observes World Remembrance Day for road <strong>victims</strong>

Traffic Police observes World Remembrance Day for road victims

17 Nov 2014

Noida: To observe World Remembrance Day for road victims, Noida Police and district administration organised a candle light vigil and also held a health check-up camp for policemen.

World Remembrance Day,   Noida Police,   Traffic Police,   traffic rules,   ,  
Airport screening no guarantee to detect Ebola <strong>victims</strong>

Airport screening no guarantee to detect Ebola victims

15 Nov 2014

London: Even as countries around the world ramp up screening for the deadly Ebola virus at airports, researchers have warned that due to the long incubation period of the virus, screening will not detect all cases.

screening,   deadly Ebola virus,   airports,   long incubation period,   detect all cases,   ,  
Saket City Hospital to add 370 new beds

Saket City Hospital to add 370 new beds

17 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Super-speciality Saket City hospital on Monday said that it will invest Rs 300 crore in constructing a new tower in the institutions premise to add 370-beds and offer comprehensive transplant facilities and full-fledged Oncology treatment.

Saket City Hospital,   new beds,   super-speciality hospital,   new tower,   transplant facilities,   Oncology treatment ,  
Forest Department, Police officials chased away by flood <strong>victims</strong>

Forest Department, Police officials chased away by flood victims

14 Nov 2014

Pilibhit: A team of forest department and police officials were allegedly beaten and chased away by flood victims seeking rehabilitation here in Bundi Bhund village, police said on Friday.

team of forest department,   police officials,   allegedly beaten,   chased away,   flood victims,   seeking rehabilitation,   Bundi Bhund village,   ,  
Nadal to receive stem cell <strong>treatment</strong> for back pain

Nadal to receive stem cell treatment for back pain

11 Nov 2014

Barcelona: Rafael Nadal's doctor says the 14-time Grand Slam winner will receive stem cell treatment on his ailing back. Angel Ruiz-Cotorro said that "we are going to put cells in a joint in his spine" next week in Barcelona.

stem cell treatment,   back pain,   Rafael Nadal,   NFL players,   Pete Sampras,   Roger Federer,  
Delhi High Court blast <strong>victims</strong> move court for compensation

Delhi High Court blast victims move court for compensation

11 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Two victims of the Delhi High Court blast on Tuesday moved court saying they have not received the compensation awarded to them even three years after the incident.

Delhi,   Delhi High Court Blast,   All India Anti Terrorist Front,   Blast Victims,  

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