People travel on a boat as they move to safer places through a flooded road in Chennai, India, December 2, 2015. Reuters/Stringer/Files LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Cities around the world are failing to plan for fast-increasing ... Reuters India, 1 week ago
Cities woefully unprepared for rising disaster risk: World Bank - Himalayan Times, 1 week ago
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The Reserve Bank of India's State Finances: A Study of Budgets 2015-16 released recently is a service to the nation and deserves to be studied threadbare if we are to understand where the States finances are headed and if the nation is truly on ...New Indian Express, 1 day ago Raising Red Flags Over State Finances Navhind Times, 1 week ago
Lalgadh/Sarpallo (Nepal), May 5 (IANS) Mahender Bahadur Karki and Raj Kumar Mahto enjoy immense respect among the villagers here for being the caretakers of a community-based flood warning system that can be successfully replicated along the banks ...Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago Survey to set up flood warning system starts The Nation Pakistan, 5 days ago Flood warning system in Nepal that India can replicate Greater Kashmir, 3 weeks ago
rector (NBG) State Bank of India Rajnish Kumar on his visit to Bhopal on Friday inaugurated a two-day SME Fair at Hindi Bhawan. Speaking on the occasion, Kumar stated that Bank is pioneer and market leader in financing SMEs with nearly 9 lakh SME ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago India, Iran 'dosti' as old as history: PM Modi Mumbai News.Net, 4 days ago India, Iran to consult closely on combating terrorism: PM Modi Mumbai News.Net, 4 days ago Modi departs for India after two-day visit to Iran Mumbai News.Net, 4 days ago
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Global warming can cause extreme floods and droughts and can mean snowfall is replaced by rain, with higher evaporation rates, experts say. Image: Rising economies such as China and India could be hard hit. Photograph: Reuters Economies across large swathes of the globe could shrink dramatically by mid-century as fresh water grows scarce due to climate change, the World Bank reported on Tuesday. The Middle East could be hardest hit, with its gross domestic product slipping as ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Scarcity of water will have major impact on economies, World Bank warns Yahoo! Tech, 3 weeks ago World Bank warns water woes hurting economies Taipei Times Online, 3 weeks ago Water woes: World Bank weighs impact IOL, 3 weeks ago
The finance ministry and the Reserve Bank of India are on the same page about bringing down interest rates if prices continue to cool and monsoon shapes up as predicted by the Met department. “I am sure if this trend of containing inflation continues, we ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago Forex intervention to continue to reduce volatility: Raghuram Rajan Asian Age, 1 month ago RBI cuts rates to lowest since 2011, loans may get cheaper Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Calling for need to enhance efficiency of water use in India, a top World Bank official said there is going to be mounting, increasing water deficits, or at least increasing demands for water across India.(Reuters) The World Bank has warned that ...Financial Express, 3 weeks ago World Bank: Water scarcity poses a greater risk of turmoil under climate change Global water shortages to deliver severe hit to economies Before It's News, 3 weeks ago World Bank : Climate-Driven Water Scarcity Could Hit Economic Growth by Up to 6 Percent in Some Regions, Says World Bank 4 Traders, 3 weeks ago Water scarcity is a major threat to global stability World Bank Newz.ug, 3 weeks ago
'We expect the Reserve Bank of India to deliver a 25 bps rate cut in April to support growth.' India's GDP growth is likely to pick up to 7.8 per cent in fiscal 2016-17 from 7.6 per cent this year, largely driven by higher discretionary demand, a Nomura report said on Wednesday. According to the Japanese financial services major, the pick up in growth numbers would be driven by several factors including higher discretionary demand on Pay Commission wage hike, low inflation, high corporate ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Indian GDP growth to pick up to 7.8% in '16: Nomura Economic Times, 2 months ago GDP growth to pick up to 7.8 pc in 2016-17: Nomura The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago GDP growth to pick up to 7.8% in 2016-17: Nomura The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
Plans are on the anvil to construct a flood protection bank along the Munneru river banks and underground drainage system in the town as part of efforts to develop Khammam as a model municipal corporation in Telangana State, said Minister for Roads and ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
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