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Ganga projects lag target by up to 99%, cost up by Rs 50,000 crore: CAG

Ganga projects lag target by up to 99%, cost up by Rs 50,000 crore: CAG

NEW DELHI: Administrative delays, poor contract management and lack of monitoring has led to cost escalation of more than Rs 49,800 crore in five national projects undertaken by the central government under river development and Ganga rejuvenation. A comptroller and auditor general (CAG) report, tabled in Parliament on Friday, has reviewed five ongoing national projects and found that the physical progress of these projects are far below target, with the shortfall ranging from 8% to 99% in so...
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Monkeys drop crude bombs in UP, 3 injured

Monkeys drop crude bombs in UP, 3 injured

KANPUR: Three people, including a child, suffered grievous injuries when monkeys dropped a polythene bag containing ' sutli' (crude) bombs on them in Manu Ka Purwa locality of Fatehpur on Thursday. The bag contained the kind of bombs that explode after hitting any object. All the injured were rushed to a nearby hospital where they were being treated for burns and splinter injuries. Reports said Gulab Gupta, 60, and his 5-year-old grandson Samrat were hit by the bombs when they were waiting ...
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Polluted cities to now get a time frame to cut emissions

Polluted cities to now get a time frame to cut emissions

Set to be finalised by this month end to combat air pollution, the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) may not have uniform targets for all polluted cities but will indicate timeline for actions as suggested recently by Niti Aayog. “The ministry will incorporate the Aayog’s latest 15-point draft action plan and its time-line in the NCAP. We can, however, just suggest it to states and help them build their capacities. States will themselves have to come out with their own targets to cut emission...
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