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Innovation, Technology Needed To Make Clean India Drive A Success, Say Experts

Technology needs to be adopted at various stages. including mechanical sweeping of roads, monitoring the sanitation works and processing the waste, North Delhi Municipal Corporation Commissioner says

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Raining Good News

A bigger priority should be to implement a range of tax and labour reforms. As figures released by the income-tax department have shown, far too many resources are expended on taxing assessees with taxable income below Rs 5 lakh

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Suzlon Commemorates Global Wind Day In India

Suzlon releases a short animated video that captures the history of wind energy, from powering sailboats in 3000 BC to powering homes with modern-day wind turbines

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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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Govt Seeks Curbs On Use Of Bottled Water To Cut Plastic Waste

The water ministry wants government departments to stop using bottled water at meetings; Some states have taken similar steps

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Promote Sustainable Lifestyles this World Environment Day

Be as creative as possible in finding alternative ways to opt for energy saving and environmentally friendly processes

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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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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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Delhi’s Air Pollution Rose 23% During Second Odd-Even Phase

The odd-even scheme ends today, April 30, 2016, the data indicating that it likely cannot work in the long term without additional action, such as improving bus services, curbing factory and truck emissions and suppressing construction dust–which accounts for about half of Delhi’s air pollution

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India Needs $1 Trillion To Fulfill Its Carbon Emissions Promise

The Paris climate deal that supersedes the Kyoto Protocol has clearer intent and more objective goals than its predecessor.

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Global Warming Pushing North Pole Towards London

This is where climate change triggered melting of polar ice caps and mutations in rainfall patterns across the planet play their role in pushing the poles

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Climate Changing At ‘Unprecedented’ Rate: UN

The WMO pointed to record 2015 sea surface temperatures, unabated sea-level rise, shrinking sea ice and extreme weather events around the world

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Climate Change To Displace Millions In US; South Asia Remains At Greatest Risk

A study indicates that all 22 US coastal states will be hit by rising seas and California, New York, New Jersey will be the worst affected

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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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Scientists Make Major Breakthrough In Space Weather Forecasting

The sun has magnetic fields and electrical currents surrounding it in a region known as the heliosphere

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