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About 22 results for "kabini river"

Supplying clean water
People's Post - News24

Supplying clean water

Dephney Kabini, a scientific technician working for the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) in the Free State, knows the value of water. She learned about the importance of water at her birthplace in the dusty village of KwaNdebele in ... People's Post - News24, 1 month ago

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These wildlife pics will take your breath away

Varun Aditya, the only Indian to win Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year shares some of his best pictures. Varun Aditya, 25, won Nat Geo's Nature Photographer of the Year for Animal Portraits. The only one to win the prize from India, Varun's picture of a green vine snake was picked from over 20,000 submissions from photographers across the world.  Varun chose the image titled 'Dragging You Deep into the Woods' among 23 shots of the snake that he'd captured in a rainforest near ...
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Times of India

Indian tourists take a shine to glamping

Recently, while interviewing Michelle Obama, TV host Oprah Winfrey suggested that they go 'glamping'. The First Lady immediately warmed up to the idea and said "Okay, I'm down for glamping". Further in the interview, the FLOTUS expressed eagerness ...
 Times of India6 days ago
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Recall of the Wild

'To enjoy the wilderness is to be rebooted to factory settings,' says Mitali Saran.'Your eyes have to readjust their focal length from arm's length to way, way across the bank, where the stone-still slab of a crocodile lies snaggle-toothed in the sun, or to where a crested serpent eagle perches in a complication of light and shade, considering its options.'All photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com IMAGE: A rare sighting of the majestic tiger in the Bannerghata National Park, Karnataka.   ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Hope floats for Tamil Nadu farmers as Panneerselvam govt reacts after 60 suicid...

Finally, there's hope on the horizon for the drought-hit farmers of Tamil Nadu. After losing much of their kuruvai (summer) crop to the water-sharing dispute with Karnataka, agriculturists across the state watched haplessly as a weak northeast ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Dotemirates.com

Exodus: New year revellers head for backwoods

Bengaluru: 2016 has been rough on all of us, folks and the advent of the new year has brought with it a fresh burst of enthusiasm. Bengaluru is bursting at the seams with parties at every corner (it's fortunate that 2017 kicks off on a Sunday), but ...
 Dotemirates.com3 weeks ago Most Bengalureans to ring in 2017, far from madding crowd  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago

Strategic Action Planning for Revival of Bangalore Lakes _ESG

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. Strategic Action Planning for Revival of Bangalore Lakes Workshop organised by Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation Ltd. 04 April 2013, Bangalore A presentation made by ...
 SlideShare.net3 weeks ago

#YearInReview: Best Tourist Destinations of India

The year 2016 saw steady interest in travel and tourism within India, driven largely by domestic tourists. International tourists, too, continued to arrive in greater numbers taking advantage of a weaker rupee. Here is our list of some of the ...
 MapsofIndia4 weeks ago

Turn tanks into water reservoirs

19:26 IST Share Article PRINT A A A Cinthya Anand December 25, 2016 19:26 IST Updated: December 25, 2016 19:26 IST more-in Suggestions by former secretary for Minor Irrigation to deal with shortage Bengaluru: As Bengaluru faces ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Farmers shouldn't blame govt. for not releasing water: CM

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has said that the inflow into most of the reservoirs in the State has come down by over 50 per cent of the normal inflow owing to failure of rain and the prevailing drought. He was speaking after laying the foundation ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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