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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Take measures to stop water logging before monsoon: Delhi HC
Delhi HC asked the city`s civic agencies to take steps including de-silting of drains before monsoon...
Punjab CM asks Centre for funds to tackle water-logging problem
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday urged the Centre to immediately release funds...
Snowfall, rain lash North India, bring chill back
Snowfall and rain lashed North India for a second day Tuesday, triggering landslides and cutting off...
Govt given 2 months to solve city`s water logging probelm
The Delhi High Court on tuesday granted two months to the city government to find "short and long te...
Panel formed to solve Delhi water logging woes
The Delhi government has constituted a 15-member co-ordination committee to find "short and long ter...
Heavy rains in Andhra Pradesh
Heavy rains lashed Hyderabad and other parts of Andhra Pradesh on Monday disrupting normal life.
Dikshit rubs salt to wounds, says water logging normal
In another controversial statement, Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said that there would be wa...
Rains lash capital, water-logging at many places
Rains lashed the national capital this afternoon bringing cheers to Delhiites who have been reeling ...
Heavy rains lash Delhi, waterlogging in some areas
Delhiites were drenched today as the capital received heavy rains which led to waterlogging and slow...
Monsoon lash parts of North, South; 9 killed in AP
Parts of North and South India witnessed light to moderate showers as eight persons were killed in r...
Plea for steps against waterlogging during monsoon
An advocate moved the Delhi HC seeking its directions to various civic bodies to take steps to preve...
Cambodia says case closed in killing of activist
Human rights and environmental groups have called for a probe into the killing of Chut Wutty.
Incessant rain disrupts normal life in Beed
Heavy downpour has disrupted normal life in this Central Maharashtra district.
Heavy showers lash capital, traffic affected
Heavy showers lashed Delhi Thursday morning, causing waterlogging and traffic disruptions in parts o...
Heavy rains lash Bhopal
Heavy rains lashed the city following which water-logging was reported in some of the low-lying are...
DNA helps curb illegal logging of rainforests
DNA fingerprinting for timber products traces individual logs or wood products back to their forest ...
Indonesian logging ban covers primary forests
Indonesia on Friday banned logging in primary forests and peatlands for two years as part of a $1 bi...
Delhi deluge continues, road traffic hit
Heavy rains resulted in endless traffic snarls with knee-deep water on major roads.
Rains: MCD claims success in quick clearance of water logging
As rains returned to the capital after a gap of five days, MCD on Tuesday claimed that waterlogged ...
Water-logging affects vehicular movement in Delhi
Vehicular movement was affected in some parts of the national capital Thursday morning due to water ...
Rains continue to lash Mumbai
Rains continued to lash Mumbai with the city receiving 210 mm of rainfall in the last 24 hours, the...
New genes `may save wet wheat`
Scientists claim to be investigating rice and seabarley grass for genes which will help wheat to sur...
Logging can make forests more flammable
In a new research, scientists have determined that logging makes forests more flammable, by shifting...
PM asks authority to find permanent solution to water logging
PM Sheikh Hasina has asked authorities to take steps to find permanent solution to Dhaka`s water log...
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