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Sahara dust blankets Caribbean, air quality hazardous
Times of India

'Godzilla dust cloud' travels 5,000 miles from Sahara to US, e...

The current dust storm is expected to hang over the region until the middle of next week, deteriorating the air quality in Texas, Florida and other states india Updated: Jun 28, 2020 09:32 IST | Edited by: Amit Chaturvedi Hindustan Times, ... Hindustan Times, 4 days ago

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Gurugram: MCG orders DLF-1 drain work, Sahara objects

GURUGRAM: Residents in DLF-1, who were waiting for a proper drainage system since years, are caught in a tussle between builders and the authorities. Ahead of the rainy season, they are now worried they would face issues of waterlogging again. On June 13, the ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Economic Times

Sahara Group says no layoffs; gives salary hikes, promotions to employees despite COVID pressure

Based on productivity, the company said it has given one cadre promotion to its 4,05,874 field workers. Along with this, as many as 4,808 office workers were given promotion with salary increment, the statement said. PTI | Last Updated: Jun 15, 2020, 07.33 PM ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Times of India

1.2 bn Indians will live in places as hot as Sahara if emissions nor curbed

Manka Behl | TNN | Updated: May 6, 2020, 17:49 IST Nagpur: More than 1.2 billion people in India would live in places as hot as the Sahara within 50 years if the greenhouse gas emissions keep rising. Overall, home to one-third of the world’s population will ...
 Times of India1 month ago

When Saqlain Mushtaq Sledged Tendulkar Only To Never Sledge Him Again

In one of his early battles with Sachin Tendulkar during the Sahara Cup in Canada, Saqlain Mushtaq thought it would be a good idea to sledge the champion batsman.
 NDTV2 months ago When Saqlain sledged Sachin for the first (and last) time  Rediff.com2 months ago When Saqlain was ashamed after sledging Sachin  Times of India2 months ago When Saqlain sledged Sachin only to never sledge him again  Times of India2 months ago
Daiji World

Millions will starve unless economic activities begin: Sahara chief

Tue, Jun 30 2020 09:40:39 PM Lucknow, Jun 30 (IANS): Sahara India Pariwar Chairman, Subrata Roy, on Tuesday emphasised on the need for resumption of economic activities, adding that if it is not done, millions of people will be pushed into "severe ...
 Daiji World1 day ago

"Godzilla Dust Cloud" Drifts Over US Southeast, Raising Health Concerns

A massive plume of dust whipped up from the Sahara desert will hover over the US Southeast this weekend, forecasters say, shrouding the region in a brown haze and raising more health concerns in states where the coronavirus crisis is worsening. The ...
 NDTV6 days ago

With Jordan's mind coach, Sreesanth readies for redemption

IMAGE: S Sreesanth grinds it out in the gym. Photograph: Kind courtesy, S Sreesanth/Twitter A 'theatre of dreams' called Indian Premier League turned into a nightmare for Shanthakumaran Sreesanth seven summers back. Having served seven years of suspension for his alleged involvement in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal, one of India's most talented swing bowlers is now gearing up to wear the whites for Kerala again. Now, the former India bowler is getting ready for a long and arduous road ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Global Warming: The climate science you missed

A deep dive into ­population data and warming projections suggest that our 6,000-year era of just-right temperatures may be coming to an end. Barring mass migration, a third of humanity may live in Sahara-like conditions by 2070.
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Over 50% of rural Indians cutting down on food: Study

Over 50 per cent of households in rural India are cutting down on their food items following the COVID-19-induced lockdown, according to a study by leading civil rights bodies. IMAGE: Volunteers distribute food to migrants in Jalandhar waiting to board special buses to their native places in UP. Photograph: PTI Photo The sample size of the collaborative study 'COVID-19 induced Lockdown-How is Hinterland Coping' was over 5,000 households in 47 districts in 12 states of the country. It was ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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