Drinking water problem --- an alarming situation for the Hyderabadis!

ankita | 22 Apr 2005, 11:18am
After the power reforms, it is the call of the time to go for drinking water reforms in Hyderabad. Every year, as the scorching summer arrives, the problem of unavailability of the safe and pure drinking water comes up as well along with it. The members of the administration, irrespective of the political party, vows to solve the problem while campaigning, but remain unmoved when the inhabitants face the severe deficiency of the drinking water especially in the mid-summer season. Thousands of people face severe shortage of drinking water which leads them to drink the unpurified bore water, thus giving rise to several water

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Support Indias march in reinstating its sovereign rights.

ankita | 7 Apr 2005, 3:30pm

The < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />United States lately denied diplomatic visa to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi for his forthcoming five-day long visit to the country, obliquely citing his handling of the 2002 riots. Modi has described the decision as an insult to the Constitution, while the Bharatiya Janata Party has called it a National shame. The United States revoked the privilege under a section of

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India on the en route to E-governance

ankita | 28 Feb 2005, 11:57pm


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E-governance has strengthened its root in < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 />India by increasing government authenticity and public understanding of government activities.  Its role in developing citizen trust and satisfaction in a government is worth mentioning now-a-days. Implementation of the online tools for the official work of the elected officials ensures the integrated two ways feedback thereby promoting government transparency in maintaining

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