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Catastrophes Linked To Climate Change May Cause $158 Trillion Damage By 2050

According to a World Bank report, 1.3 billion people are expected to suffer the effects of climate changes in the next three decades

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Politics Of Policy | Choose Your Growth

As the world debates growth, countries are realizing that everyone has to follow a different path. A monochromatic view on growth makes it ugly for everyone

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Delayed Monsoon Over India May Worsen Flooding, Trouble Harvesting

IMD surmised that delay in monsoon's onset will not affect sowing of major crops. The agency believes that pre-monsoon showers will provide ample moisture for sowing activities, especially in South India

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What The Titan-CaratLane Deal Could Mean For Online Jewellery Retail

Titan’s recent announcement that it was acquiring a stake in CaratLane is likely to herald in a new round of change in the online jewellery retail business, just as it may also spur transformation in the world of the tradtional jewellery retailer

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The Ghost Of Kyoto Still Lurks

Given the quiet burial given to the Kyoto Protocol, the signing ceremony for the Paris climate pact could remain but a symbolic act

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From Incurable To I’m Fine

The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease: Thomas Edison

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DUAC Studies Highlight Important Urban Issues

As MCD bylaws are not enforceable in urban villages, unauthorized construction in the form of additions and alterations is rampant

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TV & Electronics Giant Panasonic Claims The World's Best Weather Model

Panasonic has made a study internally using a 500 hPa anomaly correlation between their model, the GFS and the ECMWF

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Bringing Back The Shine

Gem and jewellery exports were down in 2015-16, with the diamond sector reporting a fall of over 13 per cent. But, rather than simply waiting for better times to return, the industry has been proactive in framing suggestions for policy measures that will ensure a quick turnaround

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How About A Drink?

The bad part about drinking is that it can damage your liver, increase your risk of certain types of cancers and harm brain cells.

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