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Zakir Naik's IRF accounts flooded with donations during Ramadan, say bank officials
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Zakir Naik's IRF accounts flooded with donations during Ramada...

Is Mumbai based Islamist preacher Zakir Naik, who is under fire from all quarters for his "hate speech" and for inspiring one of the terrorists, involved in the Dhaka attack, getting benefitted out of this controversy? Sources say, the bank accounts of Naik's ... India Today, 2 weeks ago
Zakir Naik under scrutiny, could face action India Today, 2 weeks ago

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Understanding India and its economy

By Vinayshil Gautam The projected departure of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan has received unprecedented attention. I do not remember signature campaigns being launched in favour of any serving RBI Governor who was a ...
 South Asia Monitor2 weeks ago India on Raghuram Rajan's exit decision  Gulf News1 month ago India Inc expresses shock and regret at Raghuram Rajan's exit decision  Economic Times1 month ago
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Over 80,000 people affected by floods in India's northeast state

Updated: 2016-07-05 16:20 (Xinhua) A man pulls a boat carrying devotees on the flooded banks of the river Ganges after heavy rains in Allahabad, India, July 5, 2016. [Photo/Agencies] NEW DELHI -- Flooding in India's northeastern state of ...
 CHINAdaily USA2 weeks ago Assam floods claim two lives, Kaziranga National Park ...  Firstpost.com16 minutes ago Latest humanitarian snapshot highlights flooding in China, India and the Philippines  Singapore Star.com2 weeks ago More Than 200 Dead or Missing in China Floods  Singapore Star.com2 weeks ago
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Dying cities can be brought back to life and here's how, says World Bank

Ahmedabad, India is one of 8 cities featured in a World Bank report that said private sector participation is important in reviving dying cities. Image: The rejuvenation of large, decaying areas in the fast-growing cities of the developing world ...
 Eco-Business1 week ago World Bank to finance Huang He study  The Assam Tribune21 hours ago Africa: Dying Cities Can Be Brought Back to Life and Here's How, Says World Bank  AllAfrica.com1 week ago
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ADB, Government of India Sign $100m Loan Agreement

The Asian Development Bank ( ADB ) and the Government of India signed a USD100 million loan agreement to strengthen a key irrigation and drainage system and improve water management in south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The financing will be used to ...
 Arabstoday.net1 week ago Government of India and ADB Sign US $ 100 Million Loan for 'Climate Adaptation in Vennar Subbasin of Cauvery Delta project' in Tamil Nadu  Press Information Bureau1 week ago Asian Development Bank and India sign $100 million loan on Cauvery basin development  IndUS Business Journal1 week ago ADB Asian Development Bank : Loan To Help Tackle Climate Threats In Tamil Nadu's Cauvery Delta  4 Traders1 week ago
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Moneycontrol.com

ADB to give $ 100m loan for water projects in TN

The Asian Development Bank will provide USD 100 million loan (about Rs 670 crore) to India for irrigation projects, drainage system and water management at the Cauvery delta in Tamil Nadu. The fund will be used to strengthen embankments of six ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago ADB to give $100 million loan for water projects in Tamil Nadu  Economic Times1 week ago ADB to give $100 mn loan for water projects in Tamil Nadu  Business Standard India1 week ago Bank to give $100 mn for Cauvery delta in Tamil Nadu  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Indiatimes

India Begins To Face Floods Along Major Rivers, Water Levels Rise Beyond Danger Mark

Less than two months ago, India was crying out for respite from the heat of the summer and the lack of water. Images of farmers sitting on parched fields and women ferrying water for miles were commonplace. In stark contrast, villagers of India are ...
 Indiatimes4 days ago Paris’s River Seine reaches high point and begins to recede  MSN India1 month ago

Families rue lack of food, shelter

Heavy rainfall in the upstream of the Teesta led to flood in at least two villages on the left bank of the river downstream today, forcing over 1,000 families to move to safer places. The river's rise forced the authorities of the Teesta Barrage to release ...
 The Telegraph2 days ago
The Hindu

T.N. gets Rs. 670 cr. ADB loan to fight climate change in delta

Project seeks to protect coastal districts from cyclones and flooding The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide a $100 million (Rs. 670 crore) loan to mitigate climate change risks in the Cauvery delta by strengthening six irrigation channels ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Siasat Daily

India, ADB ink USD 100 million loan pact on Vennar sub-basin

New Delhi, July 14 (ANI): The Government of India and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Thursday signed a USD 100 million loan for 'Climate Adaptation in Vennar Subbasin of Cauvery Delta project' in Tamil Nadu The aim of the loan agreement is to ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago
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