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Union environment ministry issues fresh directions to control air pollution

The MoEF&CC and environment ministers of the five NCR states had met three times this year to take steps on the issue of air pollution. Preventing stubble burning of crops in Punjab and Haryana and burning of biomass was also one of the issues taken up during these meetings and for which the ministry issued directions on Wednesday.

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Maharashtra govt gives Rs 258 crore to tribal panchayats, fails to train them on spending

Of the 35 districts in the state, the TSP areas fall in 15 districts —Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Nashik, Dhule, Nandurbar, Jalgaon, Ahmednagar, Pune, Amravati, Yavatmal, Nagpur, Gondia, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli and Nanded. There are 47 tribes or tribal groups in Maharashtra, including Bhils, Gonds, Mahadeo Kolis, Pawras, Thakurs and Warlis.

Kanchan SrivastavaInfoPrincipal Correspondent at dna Mumbai, have interests in politics, education and energy sectors. A postgraduate in Biochemistry and Lucknow University alumnus. I had worked at Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow for two and half years as Junior Reseach Fellow. Also holds a PG diploma in international studies from Mumbai University. Have won UNFPA-Laadli Media National Award in 2011 for best writing (Hindi) on gender issues. Besides, NBC Newsmakers Achievers Award 2015 for best journalist (English, print)

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CBI files DA case against IRS officer

“Searches have been conducted at 14 places, including residential and official premises in Chennai, Palani and other places in Tamil Nadu, which led to recovery of documents relating to property worth several crores of rupees, locker details, investments in shares, investments in a private firm and also investments in another company,” the official added.

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Narendra Modi asks ministers to connect with people in two LS constituencies a month

An aggressive opposition, in the aftermath of the Bihar debacle, has been accusing the government of witch-hunting in the wake of the National Herald case. The standoff overshadowed the Winter Session of Parliament. The ministers will now take the government’s side of the story to clear the perception about the government, sources said.Tell their story
An aggressive opposition, in the aftermath of the Bihar debacle, has been accusing the government of witch-hunting in the wake of the National Herald case. The standoff overshadowed the Winter Session of Parliament. The ministers will now take the government’s side of the story to clear the perception about the government, sources said.

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PM Modi woos Dalit entrepreneurs

“The government under PMMY scheme has disbursed Rs50,000 crore loan without any guarantee to nearly 80 lakh. They are mostly Dalits, OBCs, STs and some women and they all do small little works. In all such people provide jobs to about 14 crore people in the country,” said Modi.

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Delhi: December 30 dry run for odd even rule

However, transport minister from Maharashtra Diwakar Raote told dna, that Mumbai has an excellent rail connectivity and most public vehicles on the city’s roads run on CNG. “Everything is running well here. We will never need to do a Delhi-like experiment here,” Raote said.

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Forest panel stalls clearance for three coal mines owned by PSUs

The ministry’s expert panel said that even this project involves chopping down a sizeable; 14,698 trees that will show significant impact on flora and fauna of the area. The panel has thus asked for re submission of the proposal with additional details such density of forest and details of compensatory afforestation.

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Mumbai – CCTV cameras bring down crime rate: Survey

Not only in the premises, many working parents have installed CCTV cameras in their drawing rooms, to keep an eye on their baby-sitters. They can access the live footage on their smartphones, so that they can ensure the infant is safe while they are out. Besides, several breakthroughs in police investigations have happened only due to the footage captured by CCTV cameras. For example, the case of abduction, rape and murder of young techie S Esther Anuhya of Andhra Pradesh.

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French President Francois Hollande to be 2016 Republic Day chief guest: Reports

The development was tweeted by a South Asia Correspondent with Le Monde, who later said that the news was confirmed by French authorities.

French President Francois Hollande

French President Francois Hollande will be the chief guest at India’s Republic Day celebrations in 2016, several media reports said on Saturday. The development was tweeted by a South Asia Correspondent with Le Monde, who later said that the news was confirmed by French authorities. This year, the Republic Day Parade saw US President Barack Obama as the chief guest, who was accompanied by First Lady Michelle Obama.The news about Hollande’s visit comes shortly after the deadly attack in Paris last week that left nearly 130 people dead and several others injured. While Paris was declared to be in a state of emergency, President Hollande cancelled an impending trip to Turkey for the G20 summit. More details about his visit are not known yet. The Telegraph had reported in October that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had extended an invitation to Hollande to be the chief guest at the next Republic Day parade. The report said that the visit may help work the Rafale deal which has been stuck for a while now.

Monsoon floods kill 30 in Gujarat

Authorities in India’s Gujarat state ask people to move to higher ground as monsoon rains trigger floods and house collapses.

The Himalayan tea train running out of steam

The Himalayan tea train that’s running out of steam

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