EVEN though summer heat is yet to hit the peak, the residents of Delhi are looking at the prospects of water shortage thanks to reduced supply and high pollution of Yamuna water. Delhi Jal Board (DJB) Vice-Chairman Raghav Chadha on Tuesday said water supply will be affected in large parts of the national capital as the Haryana government is not supplying enough clean water to the city.
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Centre Delaying Fund Transfer To Farmers: Didi
AS farmers in West Bengal received the first instalment of funds under the PM-KISAN scheme on Friday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee hit out at the Centre, accusing it of dilly-dallying over the transfer of funds to beneficiaries in the state.
74 Die In 4 Days As Oxygen Dips In Goa Hosp
Probe ordered as hospital authorities say they are facing technical & logistical issues while installing cylinders
45+ To Get Vaccinated At Govt Schools Now: Jain
Health minister blames Kumbh for virus spread in Delhi’s villages
‘Positive Conversations And Love Got Me Through'
IT was April 07, I had just finished my workout, and I felt a sudden loss of energy. That was the first sign, I thought it could be low BP.
Gulf Between Projection And Production Capacity
Experts not sure of Centre’s promise of 2 bn vax doses by year-end
Just Four States Vaccinated More Women Than Men
While Kerala, K’taka inoculate more women, gender divide is above 10% in Delhi and UP
‘Centre Should Buy Vaccines From Abroad'
Health Min Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that the central government should come up with ‘One Nation, One Policy’ and float a global tender for buying Covid-19 vaccines from international markets. He also said that the companies manufacuturing vaccines should share the formula with other firms.
Out Of Covaxin, City Turns To Covishield For ‘Rescue'
Delhi govt urges Serum Institute of India to provide more vaccines
Immunity Begins At Home
With the ongoing pandemic, information about nutrition and wellness is coming at us from all directions.
Oxygen Demand Falls By 17% In A Week, Hospitalisation Down, Says Sisodia
The daily requirement of medical oxygen in Delhi was down by almost 17 per cent from 700 MT to 582 MT with Covid cases in need of hospitalisation decreasing in last one week, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said on Thursday.
Recoveries outnumber new cases in India after 61 days
Vaccinations cross 180m mark; free jabs, rapid testing must to fight virus in rural areas: Expert; death toll rises to 2,49,992 as 3876 more die
Nutrition vs Functionality – The Indian Context for Protein Ingredients
The macromolecules critical for a balanced diet are carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Of these, there is an excess of carbohydrate and fat consumption, while proteins remain deficient.
Striking a Balance
The Maharashtra imbroglio has shown the need to keep a balance between institutions. It is best to apply the first principles of criminal law here—police investigate, judges decide
A Better Deal For Farmers?
Faced with pressure from the Centre, Punjab is moving towards direct benefit transfer (DBT) to farmers for grain procured for the national granary this season.
There is criticism about the state approving a bill giving 75 percent reservation to Haryanvis in the private sector in certain jobs as it is unconstitutional and will be a death knell for industry in a competitive world
Managing Air pollution From Crop Burning
The perils of crop-residue burning contribute to major environmental degradation. In this article, TCA Avni and Sunil Dhingra discuss how the practice of stubble burning is responsible for poor air quality and loss of agricultural biodiversity. They highlight the importance of managing paddy residue and offer sustainable solutions, incentives, and alternatives to crop burning.
धान की सीधी बुवाई-गुण और दोष
उल्लेखनीय है कि कोविड़-19 की वजह से किसानों को प्रवासी मजदूरों की कमी का सामना करना पड़ रहा है। परिणामस्वरूप पंजाब और हरियाणा जैसे राज्यों में अब पारम्परिक रोपाई के स्थान पर 'डायरेक्ट सीडिंग ऑफ राइस तकनीक को प्रोत्साहित किया जा रहा है।
Line of No Control
With farmers believing that Reliance will benefit from contract farming laws and porting to other telecom operators in Punjab and Haryana, the company’s wireless subscribers have reduced substantially
A Home Away from Home
In a move to provide shelter to couples who apprehend a threat after marrying against the wishes of their parents, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has said that they be provided a safe house
Who Is The Real Victim?
The Delhi High Court recently observed that it had become a trend to register false FIRs in sexual offence cases, thereby tarnishing the image of the man. The police too prefers to ignore them