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  • NGT notice to states, UTs on vehicular pollution

    New Delhi, Apr 18: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Friday sought the response from all states and Union Territories (UTs) seeking the status on steps taken to prevent air pollution caused by vehicles. A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar issued notice to the chief secretaries of all states and UTs and directed them also to submit the information on density of vehicles. The green panel asked the states to take ambient air quality samples in their areas and submit reports in this regard. The Tribunal has also asked the state governments to come up with suggestions to combat air pollution in the respective states. The Tribunal had earlier stayed for two weeks...

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  • Foreign visits, no. of bank accounts in new I-T return form

    New Delhi, Apr 18: Taxpayers will have to disclose all bank accounts held by them in the country and instances of foreign travel to the Income Tax department while filing their returns for the assessment year 2015-16. The Central Board of Direct Taxes, has notified new Income Tax Return (ITR) forms for the current assessment year, making some additions to the existing format. The new ITR forms, including the ITR-1 and ITR-2, require assesses to furnish the number of bank accounts held by the individual, with the last balance in his or her accounts as on 31st of March, of the just concluded fiscal. An official of the IT department said, the new measures are part of the government's effort...

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  • El-Nino unlikely to affect monsoon, impact to reduce after summer

    New Delhi, Apr 18: The southwest monsoon this year will be normal, with many parts of north India expected to receive good rainfall. Skymet, a private weather forecasting agency has predicted that the El-Nino is unlikely to affect the monsoon as its impact will reduce after summer. It said, good amounts of rainfall is expected in Punjab, Haryana, west Uttar Pradesh and over the west coast. Monsoon is expected to arrive in Kerala on May 27, four days before its normal date. The forecast agency, however, predicted weak monsoon in some parts of south India. It said, there seems to be weakness in Tamil Nadu, Rayalseema, south interior Karnataka, east Madhya Pradesh...

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  • Material prosperity meaningless without spiritual awakening

    Bhopal, Apr 18: Material prosperity is meaningless without spiritual awakening. World peace cannot be possible if every person does not have peace of mind. Peace is not an imported thing; it dwells naturally in the hearts and minds of human beings. These views were expressed by Jaggi Vasudev Ji Maharaj at a seminar on `Valued-based Life’ at Vidhan Sabha here yesterday. Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev Ji Maharaj praised efforts of Chief Minister Chouhan to bring about spiritual awakening side by side economic growth. He also referred to state's unprecedented agriculture growth. Sadguru said that India would be known as the most value-based country in the world after 25 years. A human being performs physical, mental, emotional and energetic works, but is not able to be conscientious about them...

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  • Railways to set up plants to manufacture bio-diesel

    Dehradun, Apr 18: Indian Railways will soon set up plants to manufacture bio-diesel for mechanical traction with technology patented by scientists of the Indian Institute of Petroleum (CSIR-IIP). Announcing this in Dehradun, Union Minister Harsh Vardhan, who is also the Vice President of CSIR, laid out the road map for further exploitation of opportunities in alternative fuel sources. He said, diesel conforming to Euro-5 specifications in sulphur content has become a reality due to the CSIR-IIP and GAIL's diligence and ingenuity. The Minister said. another feather in IIP's cap is the successful project to produce low-carbon jet fuel from inedible, drought-resistant Jatropha plant. `We are the first to have the capability to convert one tonne of broken buckets, mugs, toothpaste tubes, bottle caps and other Polyolefin products into 850 litres of the cleanest grade of diesel.

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  • Extend support to PM Modi to deliver on his promises: Ratan

    Mumbai, Apr 18: India's top business leader, Ratan Tata has asked the industry to extend their support & opportunity to PM Narendra Modi to deliver on his promises. Addressing a convocation ceremony in Mumbai, Mr. Tata said that the industry should not get disillusioned with the Govt so fast. Stating that the Modi government has not even completed one year in office, he said there is a great deal of hope in the inspirational leadership of Mr Modi. Mr. Tata said the government needs industry's support to build a new and developed India and to change the country’s outlook both internationally as well as domestically. These comments come at a time when various business leaders including HDFC Chairman Deepak Parekh, Marico Group's Harsh Mariwala and the new CII President Sumit Mazumder talked about a need for the new govt's reform measures to start reflecting on the ground.

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Weather, 04 February
New Delhi Weather

High: +23° Low: +9°

Humidity: 100%

Wind: NW - 10 KPH

Mumbai Weather

High: +31° Low: +22°

Humidity: 39%

Wind: NNE - 10 KPH

Bhopal Weather

High: +25° Low: +12°

Humidity: 96%

Wind: NE - 8 KPH

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