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 <strong>Water</strong> tanker scam: FIR recommended against Sheila Dikshit, others

Water tanker scam: FIR recommended against Sheila Dikshit, others

28 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Delhi Law Minister Kapil Mishra today urged Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to order an FIR against former chief minister Sheila Dikshit and others in connection with an alleged scam in hiring water tankers which caused a loss of Rs 400 crore to the state exchequer.

Water tanker scam,   FIR against Sheila Dikshit,   Delhi Law Minister,   Kapil Mishra,   Chief Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Sheila Dikshit,   Latest States News,  
 Losing weight as easy as drinking a glass of <strong>water</strong>!

Losing weight as easy as drinking a glass of water!

27 Aug 2015

London: Slimming can't get any easier than this! Researchers have shown that drinking 500ml of water half-an-hour before eating the three main meals of the day may help you lose weight.

Losing weight,   glass of water,   weight loss,   water uses,   weight loss tricks,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
 Watch video: Waiter pours hot boiling <strong>water</strong> over customer after she complained about served food

Watch video: Waiter pours hot boiling water over customer after she complained about served food

27 Aug 2015

New Delhi: In a bizarre incident in a popular restaurant of Eastern China, a frustrated waiter mercilessly poured hot boiling water on a customer who complained about the food.

Waiter,   customer,   Chinese restaurant,   Bizarre news,   Latest bizarre news ,  
 Growing A Cup of Coffee Requires 100 litres of <strong>Water</strong>

Growing A Cup of Coffee Requires 100 litres of Water

25 Aug 2015

New York: More than 100 litres of water goes into growing an average cup of coffee. This and other factors have contributed to the plight of coffee farmers in poorer nations along the equator, a study says.

Cup of Coffee,   Coffee facts,   coffee and water,   water,   latest lifestyle news,  
Bihar CM orders 24-hour watch at embankments

Bihar CM orders 24-hour watch at embankments

24 Aug 2015

Patna: After the water level rose in several rivers in Bihar, following heavy rain in the state, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today ordered continuous vigil on all embankments here, officials said.

Bihar CM,   Water level,   Rivers in Bihar,   Heavy rain,   Chief Minister,   Nitish Kumar,   Latest States News,  
Bharat Stage IV emission norms from April 2017

Bharat Stage IV emission norms from April 2017

20 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Mass emission standards Bharat Stage IV (BS IV) will come into force across the country from April 1, 2017, the ministry of road transport and highways announced on Wednesday.

emission standards,   Bharat Stage IV,   BS IV,   Ministry of road transport,   Pollution ,  
 Space photos from ISS helps decode light <strong>pollution</strong> on earth

Space photos from ISS helps decode light pollution on earth

12 Aug 2015

London: Photos taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have helped scientists reliably measure the amount of light pollution worldwide.

Space photos,   ISS,   earth light pollution,   International Space Station,   space,   Latest science news,  
Rain lash Delhi, <strong>water</strong>-logging in many areas

Rain lash Delhi, water-logging in many areas

09 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Heavy rains lashed the national capital today, leading to severe water logging in low-lying areas and a drop in the minimum temperature which settled at 25 degrees Celsius.

Heavy rains in Delhi,   national capital,   water logging in Delhi,   MeT forecast,   Latest News,  
Athletes shrug off <strong>pollution</strong> issues at Rio Olympic test

Athletes shrug off pollution issues at Rio Olympic test

02 Aug 2015

Rio de Janerio: Athletes, coaches and organizers at a major test event for next year's Olympic Games shrugged off a simmering dispute over safety at watersports venues by diving into the controversial waters off Copacabana Beach on Saturday.

Athletes and coaches,   2016 Olympic Games,   Copacabana Beach,   Latest 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,  

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