Ukraine schools battered by Russian onslaught in south

According to UNESCO, citing Ukrainian Ministry of Education figures, almost 300 schools have been destroyed since the invasion began, and over 2,550 damaged.

published on : 25th September 2022

Odisha: Farmers resent govt delay in announcement of input subsidy

As per damage assessment reports received from 24 flood-affected districts, 1,26,162 hectare of farmland suffered crop loss of more than 33 per cent. 

published on : 12th September 2022

Crops damaged, bridges washed away amid incessant rainfall in Maharashtra's Latur

Two bridges were washed away, cutting off connectivity to Tagarkheda, Wanjarkheda, Savari-Jamga and Manejawalga villages in Nilanga tehsil, saidan official.

published on : 11th September 2022

BJP demands white paper on flood damage in Odisha

The BJP on Thursday demanded a white paper from the State government on flood damage to public properties and block-wise list of affected families.

published on : 9th September 2022

Karnataka: Central teams study rain damage, to assess needed relief

The teams visited Dharwad, Kodagu, Kalaburagi, and Dakshina Kannada, among others, where members visited farms, schools, homes and villages, and took stock.

published on : 9th September 2022

Andhra farmers in a fix as spillway gate damage empties dam

Farmers in Gundlakamma ayacut area are fearing water scarcity after water level went down at Kandula Obul Reddy Gundlakamma Reservoir following damage to one of the spillway gates.

published on : 5th September 2022

2.85 lakh people hit in Puri by floods, crop damage in Balasore

Paddy and vegetable crops on 25,117-hectare of land in Kanas, Delang, Gop, Nimapara, Satyabadi, Brahmagiri, Astaranga and Pipili blocks were destroyed.

published on : 2nd September 2022

NGT imposes Rs 36 crore penalty for illegal sand mining in Odisha's Mayurbhanj

The petition had sought intervention against alleged violation of mining plan and loss of royalty due to indiscriminate extraction of sand in excess of permissible limit by using excavators. 

published on : 2nd September 2022

Combat your skin’s enemies

A good way to reduce alcohol is to keep refilling your first drink with tonic water, juice, or just plain water.

published on : 28th August 2022

Odisha farmers resent delay in flood damage assessment

The worst hit by floods is the vegetable farmers whose crops have been completely damaged after being waterlogged for more than four days.

published on : 25th August 2022

Agriculture, FARD to assess crop damage; to submit reports by Aug 27: State govt

The Minister emphasised on intensifying pest control measures in the affected areas and vaccination of domestic animals by organising special camps.

published on : 22nd August 2022

Punjab expects cotton production of 8 lakh bales this season

According to latest estimates, the area under cotton crop has now fallen to 2.20 lakh hectares, Though the department official said the attacks of whitefly pest and pink bollworm have been controlled.

published on : 21st August 2022

No damaged, torn flags to be disposed off, say RWAs

Atul Goyal, member of United Residents Joint Action said, “The MCD provided us with guidance on how to properly get rid of any ripped flags located in our area.

published on : 16th August 2022

Monkey menace raised in every grievance meet, but no respite yet, say Tiruchy farmers

Farmers in the district, particularly those in areas bordering forests, complain of significant losses to their corn, grain and coconut cultivation from increasing monkey menace.

published on : 15th August 2022

Author Salman Rushdie on ventilator after New York stabbing; police seek motive behind the crime

His agent, Andrew Wylie, said the writer was on a ventilator Friday evening, with a damaged liver, severed nerves in his arm and an eye he was likely to lose.

published on : 13th August 2022

‘Need at least a week after rain stops to assess damage’: Karnataka revenue minister R Ashoka

Revenue Minister R Ashoka speaks about the rain fury, challenges and measures taken by the state government in reaching out to people in rain-hit areas

published on : 7th August 2022

Owners refuse to allow BMRCL study their buildings

The pre-building study comprises taking photos and documentary evidence on the condition of the house with copies given to house owners.

published on : 2nd August 2022

Bhatti: Centre, State silent  on ex gratia to farmers’ kin

Vikramarka said that the farmers are taking the extreme step as the State and Union governments have not made any assurance regarding extending help on crop loss suffered due to rains.

published on : 1st August 2022

Courier firm penalised for damaging lifesaving drugs

The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission-III, Hyderabad, has penalised a courier company for causing damage to lifesaving medical supplies during transit.

published on : 1st August 2022

Rain turns Kovai roads into cesspools

"Despite collecting huge sums in taxes, CCMC failed to pave a good road near the Tidel Park where thousands of people work," said Naveen, an IT employee.

published on : 1st August 2022
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