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'No power, <strong>water</strong> to Delhi if Jat reservation not restored'

'No power, water to Delhi if Jat reservation not restored'

18 Apr 2015

Mathura: A Jat group on Friday warned that they would "block" basic supplies like milk, water, and power to Delhi unless the Centre restores reservation for them under OBC quota which was set aside by the Supreme Court in March this year.

Jat reservation,   New Delhi,   OBC quota,   Supreme Court,   Jat Arakshan Bachao Maha Andolan,   Dharamveer Chaudhary,   latest news from New Delhi,  
Tea-sellers in Nashik become unlikely heroes battling indoor air <strong>pollution</strong>: Reports

Tea-sellers in Nashik become unlikely heroes battling indoor air pollution: Reports

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Armed with clean energy biomass stoves, tea-sellers in India's western city of Nashik are becoming unlikely heroes in the country's battle against indoor air pollution by not only using the wood-fuelled stoves for their trade but also selling them.

Tea sellers,   Indoor air pollution,   Clean energy,   Biomass stoves,   World Health Organization,   Indian social enterprise,   Latest National News,  
 Mesh that captures oil but lets <strong>water</strong> through

Mesh that captures oil but lets water through

16 Apr 2015

New York: Ever heard of a mesh that can separate oil from water? Here's one that can go a long way in future environmental cleanups.

mesh,   oil,   water,   environmental clean up,   oil repelling,   potential application,   Latest news,  
Get a 'beach' experience in Gurgaon

Get a 'beach' experience in Gurgaon

17 Apr 2015

Gurgaon: Imagine relaxing your body in a pool with artificial sea waves, sipping chilled beer in a shack, enjoying beach games like tug of war and volleyball and sliding down a 90 feet water slide.

beach in Gurgaon,   Oysters Beach,   Gurgaon water park,   tourist destinations in Gurgaon,   latest lifestyle news,  
Forget ice, Mars may have liquid <strong>water</strong>

Forget ice, Mars may have liquid water

14 Apr 2015

London: Adding to the growing literature on possible life conditions on the Red Planet, new research from NASA's Mars rover Curiosity shows that it is possible that there is liquid water close to the surface of Mars.

Ice,   Mars,   Liquid water,   NASA,   Surface of Mars,   Latest news ,  
  Oral medication better protects diabetics from <strong>pollution</strong>: Study

Oral medication better protects diabetics from pollution: Study

11 Apr 2015

New York:  Oral diabetes medications are more effective than insulin in protecting diabetics from the adverse effects of high traffic pollution, says a study.

Oral medication,   diabetics,   pollution,   traffic,   Latest news ,  
Groundwater level in Noida under 'stress': CGWA tells NGT

Groundwater level in Noida under 'stress': CGWA tells NGT

16 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) on Thursday told the National Green Tribunal that groundwater level in Noida is under "stress" and recommended cap on number of houses being owned by individuals.

Groundwater level,   Noida,   Central Ground Water Authority,   CGWA,   National Green Tribunal,   NGT,   Greater Noida,   Latest State News,  
Poor air quality can also lead to stroke

Poor air quality can also lead to stroke

14 Apr 2015

London:  Apart from respiratory problems and cardiovascular diseases, increased air pollution also elevates your risk of suffering a stroke, says a new study.

poor air quality,   stroke,   heat stroke,   respiratory problems,   cardiovascular diseases,   air pollution ,   Latest news,   ,  
 India will set Climate Change conference agenda: PM Modi

India will set Climate Change conference agenda: PM Modi

14 Apr 2015

Berlin: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has slammed developed nations for questioning India over global warming despite it having the lowest per capita emission of gases and asserted that India will set the agenda for the Climate Change conference to be held in France in September.

India,   Climate Change conference,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   emission of gases,   Pollution,   Latest news,   BJP,   Modi in Europe,   ,  
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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