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There is scope for development of theatre

Theatre person BhagirathiBai Kadam Bhagirathi Bai Kadam, theatre person, is of the view that the State has tremendous scope and opportunities for the development of theatre. Ms. Kadam, who hails from Gawadagere village in Hunsur taluk, graduated ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

'800-yr-old antique' found in Lalbagh

A ration dealer who went to take a dip in the Bhagirathi river in Lalbagh, stumbled upon a finely carved Narayana statue.Locals claim the statue is an antique from the 800 year old Sen era.
 Times of India1 month ago

Remembering Muhammad Quli, the city's founder

Muhammad Quli was the son of Ibrahim Qutb Shah and Bhagirathi. In 1591, he laid the foundation for Charminar and a palace complex of which nothing remains. A bunch of heritage enthusiasts gathered near Charminar on Monday evening, lit candles and ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Ten Years of Injustice

It has been more than ten years since the 260-meter-high Tehri Dam was commissioned on the Bhagirathi River, a headwater stream of the Ganga. Vimal Bhai, an activist working in the upper reaches of the Ganga for more than two decades, spent years ...
 International Rivers Network3 weeks ago

Now, UP threatens to cut water supply

New Delhi: Even as the water situation in Delhi is showing signs of improvement, another crisis is looming over the national capital. Now, Uttar Pradesh has threatened to reduce supply to Delhi from May 8. However, after chief minister Arvind ...
 Times of India1 hour ago Ukhand fire may help dodge water problem  Times of India3 days ago Haryana threatens to stop water supply to City  Deccan Herald1 month ago No end to Delhi water crisis  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Indian drought affecting power generators

A persistent drought is having a grave impact on India's power plants as many of the country's dams have run dry in recent weeks. The Tehri h ydroelectric power dam, India's tallest, has no usable water in the large reservoir behind it while ...
 Power Engineering International11 hours ago

Water shortage likely in the Capital

Wazirabad and Chandrawal water treatment plants functioned at 50 per cent capacity Large parts of the city are likely to face water shortage on Friday morning as untreated water supply to Delhi from Haryana fell on Thursday. However, a more ...
 The Hindu19 hours ago

Ganges barrage: China keen to help

China is willing to provide both technical and financial assistances to the much hyped Ganges Barrage project to be constructed at Pangsha in Rajbari at an estimated cost of $4 billion. Senior secretary to the water resources ministry Zafar Ahmed ...
 New Age Bangladesh2 days ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Call on Myanmar, Bangladesh, India to conserve hilsa

Bangladesh, India and Myanmar must work together for better conservation, production and management of hilsa, as they produce more than 90 percent of global production, said officials at a regional seminar in Dhaka yesterday. Bangladesh alone ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 days ago

Public schools violate RTE as govt looks the other way

[embedded content] Bhubaneswar: Even as a majority of public schools in the State shying away from implementing the Right to Education Act (RTE Act), the Odisha government has turned a blind eye to such violations and has gone back on its ...
 Odisha Television3 days ago
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