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Directorate team wins NCC Yachting Regatta ?14

Statesman News Service INS Chilika, 18 November: The Odisha directorate team earned laurels for the state by merging victorious in the All India NCC Yachting Regatta 2014 which was organised at Watermanship Training Centre, INS Chilika. The ... The Statesman, 2 days ago
DG asks cadets to hone skills The Statesman, 6 days ago
Orissadiary.com

Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram on Chilika cleaning

Bhubaneswar: Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram on Wednesday emphasised that the Chilika Lake be part of the Swachchh Bharat Abhiyan called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fulfill Mahatma Gandhi's dream of Clean India. Oram said this ...
 Orissadiary.com1 week ago Jual emphasises on Chilika cleaning  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

Govt opens hygienic fish outlet

Statesman News service Bhubaneswar, 26 September The state government introduced Chilika Fresh, a modern hygienic pre-fabricated fish retail selling kiosk, in Bhubaneswar with chief minister Mr Naveen Patnaik inaugurated the first such outlet ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

'Cyclone Phailin ravaged ecosystem of Odisha's Chilika lake'

Bhubaneswar, Nov 16 Over fishing, unauthorised shrimp farming, pollution, sedimentation and tourism are not only threatening the ecosystem of Chilika, the largest brackish water lake in Asia and the second largest lake in the world, but the very ...
 ProKerala.com4 days ago Cyclone Phailin ravaged ecosystem of Odishas Chilika lake  Calcutta News.Net4 days ago India: Cyclone Phailin ravaged ecosystem of Odisha's Chilka lake  Gulf News4 days ago
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India set to defy warnings on coal's climate impact

The man responsible for maintaining India's power supply says he wants the country's coal production to double within the next fiveyears. Piyush Goyal, Minister of State for Power, Coal, New and Renewable energy, says India needs to dig twice as ...
 Eco-Business1 week ago
Outlook India

Accursed County

Some 96 km south of Varanasi, the late autumn afternoon sun setting over the low-lying Vindhyas, opulent forests and the winding Son river defining Sonbhadra's rich tapestry of landscape, nothing warns you about the long night that is Bagesati.
 Outlook India2 weeks ago

Caught on Cyclone Hudhud's way: A first-hand experience

Cyclones are not new to India. In recent years, their frequency has increased and almost every year now, the eastern coast of the country faces the nature's fury causing a major damage to life and property. October 12, 2014, like October 12, 2013, ...
 Oneindia1 month ago
AlertNet

One year after the cyclone Phailin, the situation remains precarious for many

Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. Balanasi is a place where sand is everywhere—in the street, on the trees, underneath the covers. It reveals the closeness of the village with the ...
 AlertNet1 month ago

NEWS: Wetlands International awards Staff Medal of Excellence to Daniel Blanco and Ritesh Kumar

23-Sep-2014 Wetlands International awarded the Staff Medal of Excellence to two individuals on Monday. Daniel Blanco of Argentina and Ritesh Kumar of India are recognised for special achievement amongst Wetlands International's global staff. ...
 Wetlands International1 month ago
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