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Maneka, Javadekar Lock Horns On Killing Of Animals

Maneka says the Centre has allowed killing of nilgai in Bihar, elephants in West Bengal, monkeys in Himachal Pradesh, peacocks in Goa and wild boars in Chandrapur

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Take Strict Action Against Pulse Hoarding: Centre To States

Although retail prices of pulses have cooled from the last year's level of Rs 200 per kg, rates of lentils are still ruling high at Rs 83-177 per kg range in most parts of the country

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Pollution Control Board Orders Closure Of 442 Industries

The key industrial sectors contributing to pollution of river are pulp and paper, distillery, sugar, textile, tannery, thermal power, and chemicals

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Javadekar Says No Decision On GM Food After Protests Outside Meeting Venue

India has not yet made a decision to allow commercial cultivation of what would be its first genetically modified (GM)food crop, mustard, Environment minister Prakash Javadekar said after a meeting of experts to approve farming the crop that drew protesters.

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With Landmark Climate Accord, World Marks Turn From Fossil Fuels

Hailed as the first truly global climate deal, committing both rich and poor nations to reining in rising emissions blamed for warming the planet, it sets out a sweeping, long-term goal of eliminating net manmade greenhouse gas output this century

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World Leaders Hail Paris Deal On Climate Change

India calls the adoption of the landmark climate change deal as a 'historic day' that promises a 'better future' and creates a 'chapter of hope' in the lives of seven billion people

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Developed Countries Not Fulfilling Their Obligations On Climate Change: India

India strongly puts across its point that durable agreement at Paris cannot be crafted by diluting historical responsibilities or by putting the polluters and the victims at the same level

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Glass Industry Seeks Help To Save Units Outside Taj Trapezium Zone

TTZ is an area of about 10,400 sq km around the Taj Mahal. It covers five districts in the Agra region and comprises over 40 protected monuments, including the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri

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