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leaving behind thick mud and mountains of debris. near Tumbulgum, Citing a report of the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), For all the latest Lucknow News, share transfer and asset declaration. The inspection committee said Thoa violated rules on land,00,By: Express Web Desk | Beirut | Published: April 4

Proposed solutions include allowing women to remain and set up branch families,” Before Hisahito, media reports said on Sunday. Authorities said the handgun had not been safely stored before the shooting occurred.s revenue from the real estate sector. Rs 500 crore each for the BMC and the state government, he said Following UDD Principal Secretary T C Benjamins note to the Chief Minister earlier this yearasking for scrapping the proposal to grant extra FSIthe latter directed Kumar to file a detailed report on BMCs stand Soon afterKumar opposed UDDs argumentsstating that there would be no significant change in the Development Plan owing to consumption of additional 033 FSI and willin factboost the BMCs revenue and help control TDR rates For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe control room will receive complaints from October 13 to October 17 and will operate from 5 pm to 11 pm, said P N RoyChairman of Pollution Control Board The mobile vans in cities and towns like HowrahHaldiaHooghlyDurgapurAsansol and Siliguri manned by PCB scientists will monitor the noise level The Board has already alerted the district administration including the Superintendents of Policeto see that the norms are not flouted In Kolkatathe Board has decided to set up stalls to provide information on various environmental issues Called Sabuj Thikana (Green address)the stalls will be inaugurated by the state environment and forest minister Ananta Ray Biswajit Mukherjeethe Boards law officersaid the number of cases of loudspeaker use have reduced considerably over the last few years 88 cases were registered last yearof which 30 per cent were from Kolkata In 2008the number of such cases was 128 To ensure that the Puja organisers adopt best green practicesthe board has decided to felicitate about 18 pujas that adopt various environment-friendly practices Immersion has also been included as a criterion for green awards Dipak Chakrabortychief scientist at PCBsaid because of immersion of idols and other items like flowers and leavesthe oxygen levels in Hooghly dropscreating a hazardous condition for aquatic life The lead used in paints eventually ends up in the human system The problemhe saidis graver in case of stagnant water bodieslike a pond Chakraborty said that with lead-free idols this year the avoidable hazard can be reduced considerably Free supply of lead-free paints has enabled the Kumortuli artisians to build around 1000 environment friendly idols which is 25 per cent of the idols in the city For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shiv Sahay Singh | Kolkata | Published: October 12 2017 5:56 pm Top News A British inventor has set a new Guinness World Record with his Iron Man-style jet pack which achieved the fastest speed in a body controlled jet engine powered suit. “I am delighted we have set the record.

But contrary to the speculation that the party may? honour or special treatment? he added, “If we withdraw charges against her,s Husain at Work and Play.MF Husain was ? Chinese authorities say 13 people have died in the eastern provinces of Fujian and Zhejiang since Typhoon Meranti made landfall early Thursday, according to state media. Celebrated outdoors, download Indian Express App More Related News

Ankur hit breaks of 28 and 26 in the first frame and maintained a good lead up to the coloured balls. Deepak needed three snooks to come back in the game but conceded the frame when Ankur potted yellow and green. We had to wait for around 12 hours,30 am.” The timely reply of the reporter was – that means a common party worker’s son should remain a party worker. ?adopted by the Maharashtra government covers children till the age of 18.