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Govt says 33 crore people suffering from drought

Govt says 33 crore people suffering from drought

IMD issues a heatwave warning for Orissa with temperatures forecast to top 45 degrees in the coming days, all schools closed New Delhi: About 33 crore people are suffering from drought in India, the government has said, as the country reels from ..., 1 week ago
Pocket News

3rd Shambhavi Puraskar awarded to Ms. Sabarmatee of Orissa

New Delhi, April 2016. The Shambhavi Puraskar 2016 was awarded to Ms. Sabarmatee, of Rohibanka, Nayagarh (Orissa) by Chief Guest Anu Aga, Director Thermax Ltd & Chairperson Teach for India along with Guest of Honour Prof. Sachidananda Mohanty, Vice ...
 Pocket News Alert.com2 weeks ago

Sahajogita: Talk on B'swar sanitation held

nar on Baleswar city sanitation was organised here by NGO Centre for Policy research (CPR) in association with the North Orissa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nocci). Several facts and figures were presented by the CPR which they found during ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

Varanasi NGO, social worker to get Nari Shakti Puraskar, Rani Lakshmi Bai Bravery Award on International Women's Day

VARANASI: While a city based NGO Guria Swayam Sevi Sansthan will get central government's Nari Shakti Puraskar 2015 (Rani Gaidinliu Zeliang Award) for outstanding work for welfare and wellbeing of women on the occasion of International Women's Day ...
 Times of India1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Drought in India hit a quarter of the population; 166 people dead

Govt steps up relief in affected regions after NGO filed a court petition to get PM to respond NEW DELHI — About 330 million people are suffering under the drought in India, the government has said, and weeks of sweltering temperatures have ...
 Today Online1 week ago India says 330m people suffering from drought  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago India says 330 million people suffering from d...  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago Over 330 million people suffering from drought across India as mercury soars  Himalayan Times1 week ago
Times of India

Olive Ridley deaths: HC asks TN govt to pay up

Chennai: The exclusive article carried by the TOI on mass death of Olive Ridley turtles along Chennai beaches, published in January 2015, continued to create news, with Madras high court imposing a cost of 7,500 on Tamil Nadu government for not ...
 Times of India1 week ago Olive Ridley turtle rescue efforts: Madras HC imposes cost on Tamil Nadu govt  Times of India1 week ago

'Human rights are being curtailed systematically'

image: A protest against the Modi government's curtailment of human rights in New Delhi 'Human rights violations are there in rural areas and in cities. In rural areas it is crude and in the open. In urban areas it is well hidden.' 'Awareness has grown several fold. India has 160 national and state human rights institutions. No other country in the world has this.' 'Unfortunately the right to association, right to assembly, freedom of expression, right to protest and discuss are all being ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Indias Top Woman Biker Veenu Paliwals Short But Incredible Life Will Inspire You To Follow Your Passion

Veenu Paliwal, India's ace woman biker fondly called as H.O.G Rani in biking circles, passed away in a tragic road accident on Monday evening near Gyaraspur, 100 km from Bhopal. She was 44 and is survived by her two children. In a country like ...
 MensXP.com2 weeks ago

Supreme Court raps Haryana, Bihar, Gujarat for drought inaction

Supreme Court of India. (Photo: PTI) The Supreme Court on Thursday severely pulled up the states of Gujarat, Bihar and Haryana for not declaring drought even though there was deficient rainfall and a fall in the production of foodgrains. Voicing anguish over ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

Five minutes: That's how long a judge in an Indian high court spends hearing a case, reveals study

A study conducted by a Bengaluru-based non-government organisation (NGO) has shown that a judge in a high court spends less than five minutes hearing a case, on an average. "The most relaxed high court judges in the country have 15-16 minutes to ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Five minutes: Study reveals that's how long a judge in an Indian high court spends hearing a case  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
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