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Paathshala School Mantra: We Must Treat Our Waste Ourselves

Paathshala School Mantra: We Must Treat Our Waste Ourselves This Arcticle first appeared on http://swachhindia.ndtv.com/paathshala-school-mantra-must-treat-waste/?pfrom=home-campaigns Season 2 of NDTV-Dettol Banega Swachh India continued scouting the country to find the ‘Swachh Warriors’ or those who have selflessly dedicate their time and efforts in making the country a cleaner and better place to live. One such group of people comes from the country

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Even site owners ditch mobile towers over radiation threat

This Article first appeared on http://epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/index.aspx?EID=31809&dt=20160724# Even site owners ditch mobile towers over radiation threat Hyderabad: TIMES NEWS NETWORK Chief secretary Rajiv Sharma’s recent assurance about mobile towers being `absolutely safe’ appears to have failed to allay the fears of citizens. In fact, many tower site owners in the city are even mulling not renewing their lease agreements with service providers.There

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MASH Mixer #13

Presenting to you the souvenirs of April 29, 2016, the day which brought realization of conscience to the informal gathering of MASH Mixer #13. We talked about no other sector but the sector exacting the attention but failure in the reality, to highlight the cause by facilitating the solutions still in nascent stage – Cleanliness and Sanitation. Our esteemed set

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Planning & Development Of Sustainable Smart Cities – Towards Reality

PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE SMART CITIES – TOWARDS REALITY held at, Development Alternatives, B-32, Tara Crescent, Qutub Institutional Area, New Delhi 16, on 5th February,2016. PRESS RELEASE: Smart Cities focus on their most pressing needs and on the greatest opportunities to improve lives. They tap a range of approaches – digital and information technologies, urban planning best practices, public-private

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Security Watch India (SWI) Successfully Concludes the Two-City Conference on the Challenges and Good Practices on Managing Water for Smart Cities.

In continuation with the Smart Cities initiative, Security Watch India (SWI) organised a two-day conference on “Water Management for Smart Cities” on 15th February, 2016 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi and 17th February, 2016 at World Trade Centre, Mumbai. The conference highlighted the challenges and good practices on managing water for smart cities. The event was inaugurated

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