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Haldia waterways may put Varanasi turtles in deep waters

As the Narendra Modi Government embarks on its ambitious Haldia-Varanasi Inland Waterways Project along the Ganga, researchers from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur and Wildlife Institute of India (WII), among others, have red flagged the project over its adverse impact on the Varanasi Turtle Sanctuary (VTS). The project,...

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    Breaking old chains

    Actress Kamya Panjabi tells Jayesh Pawar that television and theatre are like her children. While one is of 15 years, the other is a new-born The television industry in India still continues to score high but can the same be said for theatre? Instinctively, the comparison feels inapt as they are two different worlds. Poles apart. Theatre is very dynamic, spontaneous...

    A real solution to water woes

    The Chennai water crisis calls for the establishment of a National Water Committee, consisting of scientists, administrators and domain experts The country is witnessing acute water shortage in many areas either due to the failure of rains or inadequate rainfall. The crisis has been brewing in many States like Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, Gujarat and even the...

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    Will talks take off?

    J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik and Hurriyat’s Mirwaiz Umar Farooq may yet find a salve to a seriously damaged Valley Given the shadow of the worst militant attacks in Pulwama and the ice-cold freeze on talks between India and Pakistan following the Balakot airstrikes, one had not expected this reciprocation. But the relentless overtures of Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal...

    Haldia waterways may put Varanasi turtles in deep waters

    As the Narendra Modi Government embarks on its ambitious Haldia-Varanasi Inland Waterways Project along the Ganga, researchers from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur and Wildlife Institute of India (WII), among others, have red flagged the project over its adverse impact on the Varanasi Turtle Sanctuary (VTS). The project, National Waterway-1 (NW-1) under the Jal Marg Vikas Project (JMVP),...

    Murder spurts torment Capital

    9 killings in 24 hours echo in Upper House; facing flak, Delhi Police says crime under control The issue of law and order in the national Capital in the wake of nine murders in the last 24 hours has created an atmosphere of unease among Delhiites, particularly senior citizens. The latest being the sensational murder of a septuagenarian couple...

    U’khand Assembly pays tributes to Prakash Pant

    The late leader was remembered for his intellect, in -depth knowledge of parliamentary proceedings and humbleness Glowing tributes were paid to Late Finance, excise and parliamentary affairs minister Prakash Pant at a special session of Uttarakhand assembly on Monday. As soon as the proceedings of the house started on the day, the officiating parliamentary affairs minister Madan Kaushik proposed...

    Rs 2 crore budget for grant for cow shelter

    A sum of Rs 62.43 lakh for 22 cow shelters has been released as first installment this year- Minister There are 5633 abandoned cattle in 24 government cow shelters in the state. This information was given Minister of State for Animal Husbandry, Rekha Arya in an unanswered question during the first day of special session of assembly on Monday....

    Manage Char Dham Yatra in better way: Kedarnath MLA

    Claims that 37 pilgrims have so far died in Kedarnath alone in the ongoing Yatra season. Kedarnath MLA Manoj Rawat has said that the state government should be more sensitive for managing the Char Dham Yatra in the state. Talking to the media persons outside the state assembly on Monday, Rawat claimed that a total of 37 pilgrims have...

    Traffic woes with Monday blues on first day of session’

    The assurance given by the police about smooth flow of traffic during the Vidhan Sabha session failed just at the clock struck 10 in the morning on Monday. On the first day of the two-day Vidhan Sabha session commuters had to face traffic congestion on several points in the city with those living near Vidhan Sabha having to wait...