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Delhi government planning to provide recycled <strong>water</strong> to clusters

Delhi government planning to provide recycled water to clusters

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Taking a cue from Singapore, Delhi Government is planning an ambitious project to provide recycled water to clusters of 100-200 houses, the supply for which is expected to cost less than development charge for sewage system.

Delhi Government,   Recycled Water,   Singapore,   Delhi Chief Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,  
Jhelum levels recede at Sangam

Jhelum levels recede at Sangam

30 Mar 2015

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday said the water level of Jhelum river which had touched the flood levels at Sangam and Ram Munshi Bagh is showing a declining or static trend.

Jhelum,   Water levels,   Sangam,   Government,   Ram Munshi Bagh,   Asham,   Flood,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Devendra Fadnavis defends minister who carried revolver at kids' event

Devendra Fadnavis defends minister who carried revolver at kids' event

30 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Defending his Cabinet colleague Girish Mahajan who is being criticised for attending achildren's event with a revolver tucked in his waist, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said he has not broken any law.

Devendra Fadnavis,   Girish Mahajan,   Maharashtra Water Resource Minister,   minister carries revolver,  
Maharashtra Minister carries revolver at kids' event, faces criticism

Maharashtra Minister carries revolver at kids' event, faces criticism

30 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Maharashtra minister and BJP leader Girish Mahajan faced flak on Monday after he attended an event for deaf and dumb children with a revolver tucked in his waist, an act dubbed as "inappropriate".

Girish Mahajan,   Maharashtra minister,   Minister carries gun,   Maharashtra Water Resource Minister ,  
Sunderbans sea level to rise 3-8 mm per year: World Bank report

Sunderbans sea level to rise 3-8 mm per year: World Bank report

30 Mar 2015

Bali Island (Sunderbans): The water level in the Sunderbans, the world's largest mangrove forest, is rising at an "alarming" level, endangering the habitation, a World Bank report has suggested.

Sunderbans sea level,   World Bank report,   Sunderbans water level,   mangrove forest,  
The Science behind Hindu traditions

The Science behind Hindu traditions

28 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Many Hindu traditions are considered as superstitions. But with the advent of Science, it is becoming evident that these traditions are based on some scientific knowledge.

Hindu traditions,   Science,   scientific knowledge,   drinking water,  
Air <strong>pollution</strong> may cause anxiety, stroke

Air pollution may cause anxiety, stroke

25 Mar 2015

London:  Air pollution is linked to a higher risk of stroke, particularly in developing countries, finds a new study, while another study links pollution to anxiety.

Air pollution,   Anxiety,   Heat stroke,   Developing countries ,  
Prenatal air <strong>pollution</strong> exposure may damage children's brains: Study

Prenatal air pollution exposure may damage children's brains: Study

26 Mar 2015

Washington: Exposure to air pollution in the womb may be bad for children's brains and may contribute to slower processing speeds and behavioural problems, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms, a small imaging study of 40 kids has said.

air pollution,   damage children's brains,   Exposure,   attention deficit hyperactivity disorder,  
Hookah as harmful as cigarette

Hookah as harmful as cigarette

27 Mar 2015

Toronto:  That hookah is less harmful than cigarette is a popular misconception that may have serious ramifications for the youth, warns a new study.

Hookah,   cigarette,   smoking,   tobacco,   Water pipes ,  
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,  

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