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Kerala severely threatened by climate change, says State Action Plan on Climate Change Alappuzha, Palakkad, Wayanad and Idukki districts are climate change hotspots in Kerala, with a high degree of vulnerability to natural hazards like flood and
A to-do list with more than 300 items that the County Council made before the recession lost its funding after the downturn and was put on hold. Council Chairman Carl Weimer wants to re-create the priority list in the form of a water action plan,
NZ says the Government's response to the Health Select Committee Inquiry into improving child health outcomes and preventing child abuse with a focus from preconception until three years of age points to some important Government work with a focus on
In the wake of controversy about a 185-page domestic violence report that went unreleased until it was reported The Tennessean last month , District Attorney candidate Glenn Funk has released a "Domestic Violence Action Plan for the District Attorney'
Lejukamal Human activity has wreaked havoc on the river, affecting its water storage capacity Pathanamthitta is in the grip of acute water scarcity. The Pampa, regarded as the lifeline of Central Travancore, and other natural water sources are drying
Centre has put in place an action plan to develop Tier-II and Tier-III cities/towns instead of investing heavily in a new capital The Centre has put in place an action plan to develop eight to 10 Tier II and III cities and towns in Seemandhra as
39 New Delhi: Madhya Pradesh has recommended to the Centre that the lone tiger in its Palpur Kuno sanctuary be fitted with a radio collar to check any possible conflict with lions proposed to be introduced in the reserve from Gujarat.
The Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) was established in May 2010 and the report of the Commission (LLRC Report) was presented to the President in November 2011, with its subsequent tabling in the Parliament in December 2011.
Nearly four months after a massive earthquake devastated parts of Bohol Island, the top United Nations relief official in the Philippines is calling on donors to provide an additional $19 million for urgent shelter needs, as well as health, education
Bradley Manning handed over hundreds of thousands of sensitive State Department cables to WikiLeaks, the department's inspector general has warned in stark terms that State has done little since 2010 to fix an info-tech system that is riddled with