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Political pressure hinders LAWDA's demolition drive

12:47AM | Updated Date: Aug 11 2016 12:47AM File Photo While the Lakes and Waterways Development Authority (LAWDA) has been undertaking demolitions of the structure, which came up during prevailing unrest in and around the Dal lake, pressure from ... Greater Kashmir, 2 weeks ago
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PM News Nigeria, 7 months ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

MMDA: Don't dump trash in waterways

at 12:01 am by PNA The Metro Manila Development Authority has renewed its call to the public to refrain from dumping their wastes into waterways in order to prevent floods during the rainy season. The agency made the statement following its ...
 Thestandard.com.ph2 days ago MMDA: Don't Dump Rubbish Into Waterways  PageOne.ph2 days ago MMDA reiterates call to public: Don't dump rubbish into waterways  Manila Bulletin3 days ago Nigeria's Inland Waterways, a Cash Cow- Boss Mustapha  Nigeria Frank News4 days ago
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Developing Nigeria's Inland Waterways

Recently, the Managing Director of National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Boss Gida Mustapha, assured Nigerians of his commitment to develop the country's inland waterways. Speaking in Lokoja, Mustapha said that with Africa's second largest ...
 Daily Times Nigeria1 month ago NIWA pursues development of inland waterways  The Guardian Nigeria1 month ago
Business Today India

AAI to develop 10 airports in Maharashtra

The Maharashtra government on Tuesday signed an agreement with Civil Aviation Ministry and the Airports Authority of India for developing 10 airports in the state under the centre's regional connectivity scheme (RCS). RCS, which is part of ...
 Business Today India1 day ago Maha's MoU with centre, AAI to develop 10 airports  Press Trust of India1 day ago AAI to develop 10 Maharashtra airports for regional connectivity  Millennium Post1 day ago Maharashtra to develop 10 airports  The Statesman1 day ago
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Business Today India

Shipping Ministry needs Rs 80,000 crore for developing 20,000km of waterways: Nitin Gadkari

Shipping minister Nitin Gadkari said that the ministry will need R70,000-R80,000 crore for development of 20,000 km of waterways The ministry of shipping is working on a proposal to form subsidiaries under the 12 major ports in India, which will ...
 Financial Express1 day ago Nitin Gadkari asks major ports to form inland waterways subsidiaries  Financial Express2 days ago Gadkari asks major ports to form inland waterways subsidiaries  Business Today India1 day ago

Maharashtra to develop 10 regional aiports

Mumbai, Aug 23 (IANS) The Civil Aviation Ministry and Airports Authority of India will collaborate with Maharashtra government to develop 10 small airports in the state as part of the government's Regional Connectivity Scheme, it was announced here ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago
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Bar & Bench

Nod to Sagarmala Development Company with Rs 1,000 crore authorised share capital

NEW DELHI: To give a push to port-led economic development under its ambitious Sagarmala project, the government today approved incorporation of Sagarmala Development Company under the Companies Act with Rs 1,000 crore as initial authorised share ...
 Economic Times1 month ago #Debriefed: What you need to know about the Sagarmala Project  Bar & Bench3 weeks ago Government gives a push to port-led development  India Brand Equity Foundation1 month ago Cabinet approves incorporation of Sagarmala Development Company  Sify1 month ago

LAWDA undertakes demolition at Saida Kadal, Nigeen

GKNN Srinagar, Publish Date: Aug 10 2016 12:02AM | Updated Date: Aug 10 2016 12:02AM GK Photo Lakes and Waterways Development Authority (LAWDA) through its Enforcement Wing today demolished 13 illegal constructions at Ashaibagh, Saida Kadal and ...
 Greater Kashmir2 weeks ago Weeds, Red bloom engulf Dal Lake  Greater Kashmir3 weeks ago Div Com launches anti-encroachment helpline  5 Dariya News - English1 week ago Demolition drive at Nishat  Greater Kashmir1 week ago
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Huffington Post

Fears grow over Rio's air, water quality ahead of Olympics

Rio de Janeiro's air is dirtier and deadlier than portrayed by authorities and the Olympics' promised legacy of cleaner winds has not remotely been met, an analysis of government data and Reuters' own testing found. Brazil declared in its ...
 World News Australia3 weeks ago Fears grow over Rio's air, waterway quality  Northern Territory Government3 weeks ago Rio Air Fails To Meet World Health Organization Standards Ahead Of Olympics  Huffington Post3 weeks ago No cleaner legacy from Rio Games  Bdnews24.com3 weeks ago
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Encroachers around Dal Lake to face stern action

TRIBUNE IMPACT Ishfaq Tantry Tribune News Service Srinagar, August 08 The Lakes and Waterways Development Authority (LAWDA) today said stern action would be taken against the unscrupulous elements who were involved in raising illegal ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago Stern action to be taken against Dal lake encroachers  Business Standard2 weeks ago 'Stern action against Dal lake encroachers'  Times of India2 weeks ago PTI - KASHMIR-LAKES - Stern action to be taken against Dal lake encroachers  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago
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