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In a calculated political move, aimed at weaning away the Yadav vote base of the ruling Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh, Congress president Sonia Gandhi visited the Yadav-dominated Harbans Khera village in Rae Bareli and highlighted their plight.
There are three types the hub island, which is the largest, considered more like a metropolitan island, where it has the densest population. It has apartments for workers and families, it has resources such as schools and office space," says Weijia
Oman Filters Industry is planning to convene an extraordinary general meeting (AGM) on March 18 to look into the possibility of liquidating the company or continue the activities. This is due to financial difficulties faced by the company and
The Government of India has approved four new projects for Gujarat under the JnNURM Scheme. The approval was given at a meeting of Central Sanctioning and Monitoring Committee (CSMC) under, Urban Infrastructure Governance (UIG), JnNURM of Union
Record intrusion of seawater affects about 2 million residents Shanghai is taking measures to ensure water safety as the city experiences its longest-lasting salt tide in more than 20 years, affecting the drinking water of about 2 million residents.
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 24° Min 15° Rain needed in Kapiti to avoid move to bore water Kapiti Coast District Council, Fuseworks February 24, 2014, 11:30 am Council will start supplementing the water supply for Waikanae, Paraparaumu and Raumati
Suva area will experience intermittent water supply until late tomorrow night. It is the result of major damage to the pipe connecting the Tamavua water treatment plant to the Waimanu pumping station. People living in the Tamavua, Namadi, Newtown,
The Sacramento region plans to add hundreds of thousands of new residents in coming decades...Sacramento area leaders are planning for hundreds of thousands of new homes in the coming decades, pegging the region's economic growth to population growth
This year's Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting competition produced some familiar winners. Event organizers said late Saturday in a written statement that all but one of the six best tasting municipal waters had won at Berkeley Springs
Wichita's $240 million aquifer storage and recovery program promoted to taxpayers in the early 1990s as a way to supply the city with water for 50 years could soon be relegated to serving as a bit player in the city's long-term water future. The