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Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi talks about Yoga Day, <strong>water</strong> harvesting and selfie with daughter

Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi talks about Yoga Day, water harvesting and selfie with daughter

28 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday voiced concern over the declining sex ratio in 100 districts of the country, with situation being “more serious” in Haryana, and pitched for a campaign to save girls through the social media.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   declining sex ratio,   Sex ration in Haryana,   Campaign to save girls,   social media,   Mann Ki Baat,   Modi on radio,   Vasundhara Raje,   Lalit Modi,   water harvesting,   Latest News,  
Flood fears ease as Jhelum <strong>water</strong> level recedes

Flood fears ease as Jhelum water level recedes

26 Jun 2015

Srinagar: Residents of Kashmir Valley heaved a sigh of relief with a dip in the water level of the Jhelum easing flood concerns even as the river continues to flow above the danger mark in the South and Central parts.

Jhelum river,   Jhelum danger mark,   Kashmir rains,   Monsoon,   heavy rains,   Jammu and Kashmir,   latest states news,  
Experts to chalk out plan to tackle rising <strong>pollution</strong> in Delhi

Experts to chalk out plan to tackle rising pollution in Delhi

17 Jun 2015

New Delhi: At a time Delhi is grappling with deteriorating air quality, experts from across the country are coming together to prepare an action plan to improve the scenario. Around 100 experts from the scientific and the academic communities would discuss threadbare the circumstances that led to the situation and try to formulate short-term as well as long-term policies and solutions in this regard.

Delhi pollution,   Air pollution,   Air quality,   Pollution experts,   Delhi air,   Indian Association for Air Pollution Control,   IAAPC,  
 Air <strong>pollution</strong> may damage brain: Study

Air pollution may damage brain: Study

17 Jun 2015

New York: Long-term exposure to air pollution may lead to loss of white matter in the brain, a research has found. White matter in the brain is made of axon cells, which enable the nerves to communicate.

Air pollution,   brain,   pollution,   axon cells,   neurosciences,   Latest health news,  
Rajasthan CM raises polluted <strong>water</strong> issue with Punjab government

Rajasthan CM raises polluted water issue with Punjab government

20 Feb 2015

Suratgarh: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje raised the issue of polluted water coming in Indira Gandhi Canal in the state and urged her Punjab counterpart Prakash Singh Badal to look into the issue.

Rajasthan Chief Minister,   Vasundhara Raje,   Water pollution,   Indira Gandhi Canal,   Punjab CM,   Prakash Singh Badal,  
  Beat the heat this summer; visit top five <strong>water</strong> parks in Delhi NCR

Beat the heat this summer; visit top five water parks in Delhi NCR

12 Jun 2015

New Delhi: With the scorching heat gripping the national capital, the fun filled and refreshing 'water parks' surely come as your saviour. If you are baked and grilled with the rising temperature, then it's high time to get ready for the fun roller coaster rides, splashing water slides and mesmerising swimming pools in your nearest water packs.

Water parks in Delhi,   Best water parks Delhi,   Water parka,   Worlds of wonders,   Splash water park,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Bombay High Court shut due to heavy rains

Bombay High Court shut due to heavy rains

19 Jun 2015

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has declared holiday today due to heavy rains that are lashing the city and its suburbs. All courts in Mumbai including the High Court will remain shut for the day due to heavy rains, officials said.

Bombay High Court,   High court shut,   Heavy rains,   Rain in Mumbai,   Water logging in Mumbai,   Latest States News,  
Rivers in Meghalaya turn blue due to 'high acid' content

Rivers in Meghalaya turn blue due to 'high acid' content

15 Dec 2014

Sonapyrdi (Meghalaya): Two rivers flowing towards Bangladesh in eastern Meghalaya have turned blue apparently due to "high acid" content leading to demand from environment activists to take immediate action to check pollution.

Meghalaya blue rivers,   eastern Meghalaya,   Bangladesh,   acid in river,   water pollution,   Lukha river,   Myntdu river,  
Breastfeeding protects babies from air <strong>pollution</strong>

Breastfeeding protects babies from air pollution

25 May 2015

London: Mother's milk may protect her babies from the adverse effects of environmental pollution, suggests a new research. The researchers assessed how exposure to environmental pollution during pregnancy affects health and examine the role of diet in physical and neuro-behavioural development in infancy.

Breastfeeding,   mother milk,   air pollution,   environmental pollution,   health care,   latest lifestyle news,  
Panel reviewing green laws for reducing role of inspectors

Panel reviewing green laws for reducing role of inspectors

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: A high-level committee formed to review green laws has recommended reduction of role of inspectors in approving plans and monitoring air and water pollution. The panel formed in August this year, submitted its recommendation report to Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday and said that they have suggested measures to preserve the environment but at the same time make development much easier.

Environment Minister,   Prakash Javadekar,   committee for green laws,   inspectors,   air pollution,   water pollution,   environment preservation,  

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