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The Harappans built sophisticated cities, invented sewage systems that predated ancient Rome's, and engaged in long-distance trade with settlements in Mesopotamia.
Though the transistion is slower than expected, the country's plan on bringing renewable power supply is promising.
The city is in progress to become a model district by converting dump yards into self-sustainable and useful spaces of aesthetic value.
"India attaches importance to the IAEA's work in different fields of nuclear science and supports its programme on nuclear fusion." said Indian First Secretary to UN Sandeep Kumar Bayyapu.
There has been an increasing number of H1N1 viral influenza cases along with cases of other infections such as dengue in the past few weeks in Karnataka.
A recent NASA report has found that 17 of 18 warmest years in 136-year-record have occurred since 2001 and 2016 was ranked as the warmest on record.
The teams comprise of the local SDM as the team leader, senior official from MoEFCC and representatives from CPCB, MCD and DPCC.
In 2014, the state received 114 satellite-based fire-alerts from the Forest Fire Alert System, a national database maintained by the Forest Survey of India, Dehradun.
The grant is a part of more than USD 1 billion approved by the Green Climate Fund for 19 new projects to help developing countries tackle climate change.
Relations between the two leaders took a hit in June when Trump taunted Trudeau as "very dishonest & weak" and "meek and mild" as he left a G7 summit in Canada that the prime minister had hosted.
In order to promote a more sustainable lifestyle, the district administration has come up with a unique programme which envisages a healthier environment.
Floods, cyclones, heat waves and droughts are now a frequent occurrence and are expected to intensify in the coming years.
He cited the election of US President Donald Trump and Britain's 2016 vote to leave the European Union as part of a global revolt against experts and that includes scientists.
In an interview with CBS News' '60 Minutes', Trump accused scientists of having a "very big political agenda" and asserted that he does not want to put the US at a disadvantage.
The fact that almost one third of the agricultural yield is lost every year to pests and diseases speaks of the importance of such a centre.