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Jewellery Industry Fears Losing Out On Festive Cheer
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Jewellery industry fears losing out on festive cheer

Representational Image. The sub-committee, which has been asked to submit its report in 60 days, will look into issues related to the compliance procedure for the excise duty. Mumbai: With the onset of the festive season,the gems and jewellery industry fears ... Asian Age, 1 month ago

State's biodiversity to be mapped soon

A team of seven members will head the committee. (FILE PHOTO) Committees to be formed within local bodies to record use of natural resources Nearly 14 years after the Biological Diversity Act was passed and eight years after the Maharashtra ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Do not ignore green agenda: Prof V S Vijayan

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Greens activists and votaries of sustainable development have hit the refresh button, urging the new LDF Government to adopt a Cabinet resolution in support of the green agenda for socio-economic, cultural and environmental ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 days ago

Pro-environmental Cong candidate on clean up drive

Kochi, May 17 (PTI) A day after the assembly elections, Congress candidate in Thrikkakkara constituency P T Thomas, known for his environmental activism, today set out on a clean up mission with party colleagues to remove the flex boards and banners ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago

Pune generates 26,000 MT of e-waste a year

Pune: More than 26,000 metric tonnes (MT) of electronic waste is generated in the city every year, the eighth highest in the country, says a new report by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham). It has warned of ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Kerala Assembly polls: Swing in minority votes to decide outcome of 16 May election

A swing in minority votes will decide the outcome in the Assembly polls in Kerala in favour of either of the two traditional rival fronts led by the Congress and the Communist Party of India (Marxist). A major swing in the Muslim and Christian ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

Failure to upgrade mortuaries invites HC rap

Nagpur: Lambasting the Maharashtra government for failure to upgrade mortuaries and comply with its earlier orders, Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court on Thursday directed it to file a comprehensive affidavit on steps taken in this regard. The court ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Greens set manifesto for parties

The Kerala Paristhithi Aikyavedi, an umbrella organisation of environmental groups in the State, has released a green development agenda for political parties to incorporate into their manifesto for the forthcoming elections to the Assembly. ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Counter Currents

Struggle Of Caurem Village In Goa And State Repression Ravindra Velip and other villagers were arrested on the 22nd March, 2016 for protesting against illegal mining operations at the tribal village of Cavrem in South Goa. The Villagers were protesting against the illegal ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago

Mining activity contributed to the high content of manganese in dam water

2012 - The year of the mining ban is significant as the manganese content had reached six times the permissible limit. PWD had conceded that this was due to the mining dumps stacked alongside the rivers feeding water to the reservoir that were ...
 Goa Herald2 months ago
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