Gargi Rawat


'Gargi Rawat' - 29 News Result(s)

  • Not Greener Future, Experts Say What Really Could Push Renewable Energy

    Not Greener Future, Experts Say What Really Could Push Renewable Energy

    It might take US President Donald Trump a few more years to complete the formalities to pull out of the Paris climate accord. But many experts at the Clean Energy Ministerial in Beijing this month suggest President Trump's walking out of the deal might not be such a big setback as was feared initially.

  • Cattle Rules Not Prestige Issue For Us, Can Amend, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Cattle Rules Not Prestige Issue For Us, Can Amend, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Claiming that "vested interests" had misconstrued its cattle trade rule, Union Environment Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has told NDTV that the government was willing to revisit the rule that bans slaughter of cattle sold in animal markets, saying "it is not a prestige issue for us".

  • India Hopes To Achieve Climate Targets Before Time, Says Harsh Vardhan

    India Hopes To Achieve Climate Targets Before Time, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Union Minister Harsh Vardhan has denied the allegation of US President Donald Trump that India will double coal production till 2020, saying the country is hoping to achieve climate targets "well before time".

  • Trump's Move On Paris Deal Had An Unexpected Result: California Governor

    Trump's Move On Paris Deal Had An Unexpected Result: California Governor

    California's Democrat Governor Jerry Brown has said President Donald Trump's pulling US out of the Paris Climate Accord has had an unexpected result. Instead of the support for the move that he expected, people in the US and abroad have woken up to the pressing need to stop climate change.

  • Who Will Lead The Battle For Clean Energy? Eyes On India, China

    Who Will Lead The Battle For Clean Energy? Eyes On India, China

    After President Donald Trump pulled the US out of the Paris Accord, there are questions on who will take its place and push for action to stop climate change. The question has become more pronounced as the 8th Clean Energy Ministerial - a global forum to share best practices for transition to clean energy - begins in Beijing. China, European Union ...

  • Tourism Industry Fears Losing Delhi, Agra, Jaipur To Rising Air Pollution

    Tourism Industry Fears Losing Delhi, Agra, Jaipur To Rising Air Pollution

    The Delhi tourism industry fears losing the Golden Triangle of Delhi-Agra-Jaipur from the list of 'must-see' places if the air quality in the capital does not improve soon.

  • Runners Dejected As Pollution Cloud Hangs Over Delhi Half-Marathon

    Runners Dejected As Pollution Cloud Hangs Over Delhi Half-Marathon

    One of the most eagerly-awaited sporting events in the national capital, the Delhi Half Marathon to be held later this month, has a cloud of uncertainty looming over it this year.

  • Queen Of Ranthambore, Tigress Machhali Dead

    Queen Of Ranthambore, Tigress Machhali Dead

    India's most famous tiger and perhaps the most photographed big cat in the world, Machhli died on Thursday, days after the 19 year old tigress stopped eating.

  • Gang-Rape Video Shared on WhatsApp. Help Trace These Men.

    Gang-Rape Video Shared on WhatsApp. Help Trace These Men.

    In separate videos being shared on popular messaging service WhatsApp, two women are filmed being gang-raped. Some of the six rapists are seen smiling for a cellphone camera during the horrific assaults.

  • My Rap Rebuttal to Yo Yo Honey Singh: A College Student's Story

    My Rap Rebuttal to Yo Yo Honey Singh: A College Student's Story

    The video of her rap has gone viral. She's from St. Stephen's.

  • Tiger Numbers Up, But the Black Tiger of Odisha on Verge of Extinction

    Tiger Numbers Up, But the Black Tiger of Odisha on Verge of Extinction

    In all the roars and cheers over the upswing in tiger numbers, the story of Odisha's black tiger has got a little lost. The melanistic tiger - a rare gene pool on which the black stripes are far more prominent - are found only in Odisha. And their numbers are sliding fast.

  • Tiger, Tiger. Huge Increase in India Numbers.

    Tiger, Tiger. Huge Increase in India Numbers.

    India is now home to 70 per cent of the world's tigers, with new data putting their numbers at 2,226. That is a sharp rise of almost 60 per cent from 2006, when the first scientific and independent estimate delivered a shocking statistic of only 1,411 tigers left in India.

  • In Gurgaon, a refuge from the city's hustle bustle

    In Gurgaon, a refuge from the city's hustle bustle

    With demands from builders, developers and the government on the Aravallis on land in the millennium city, Gurgaon's biodiversity park stands out as an oasis of open space and greenery. Residents of Gurgaon have come together to conserve the park, and their priority is to protect plants in the area.

  • Uttarakhand flood: Disaster natural but damage man-made?

    Uttarakhand flood: Disaster natural but damage man-made?

    Indiscriminate development in the hill towns, with guest houses, hotels and all manners of illegal encroachment taking place along the rivers, it was a disaster waiting to happen. Since 2002 there has been a ban on building within 100 meters of the river bed.

  • Dwindling tiger numbers: Are we failing our big cats?

    Gone are the days when India had a teeming tiger population of 50,000. According to the latest census, there are only 1706 tigers left in the country, but the big cats are known to be prolific breeders and every year dozens of cubs are reported from many of our parks.

'Gargi Rawat' - 260 Video Result(s)

'Gargi Rawat' - 29 News Result(s)

  • Not Greener Future, Experts Say What Really Could Push Renewable Energy

    Not Greener Future, Experts Say What Really Could Push Renewable Energy

    It might take US President Donald Trump a few more years to complete the formalities to pull out of the Paris climate accord. But many experts at the Clean Energy Ministerial in Beijing this month suggest President Trump's walking out of the deal might not be such a big setback as was feared initially.

  • Cattle Rules Not Prestige Issue For Us, Can Amend, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Cattle Rules Not Prestige Issue For Us, Can Amend, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Claiming that "vested interests" had misconstrued its cattle trade rule, Union Environment Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has told NDTV that the government was willing to revisit the rule that bans slaughter of cattle sold in animal markets, saying "it is not a prestige issue for us".

  • India Hopes To Achieve Climate Targets Before Time, Says Harsh Vardhan

    India Hopes To Achieve Climate Targets Before Time, Says Harsh Vardhan

    Union Minister Harsh Vardhan has denied the allegation of US President Donald Trump that India will double coal production till 2020, saying the country is hoping to achieve climate targets "well before time".

  • Trump's Move On Paris Deal Had An Unexpected Result: California Governor

    Trump's Move On Paris Deal Had An Unexpected Result: California Governor

    California's Democrat Governor Jerry Brown has said President Donald Trump's pulling US out of the Paris Climate Accord has had an unexpected result. Instead of the support for the move that he expected, people in the US and abroad have woken up to the pressing need to stop climate change.

  • Who Will Lead The Battle For Clean Energy? Eyes On India, China

    Who Will Lead The Battle For Clean Energy? Eyes On India, China

    After President Donald Trump pulled the US out of the Paris Accord, there are questions on who will take its place and push for action to stop climate change. The question has become more pronounced as the 8th Clean Energy Ministerial - a global forum to share best practices for transition to clean energy - begins in Beijing. China, European Union ...

  • Tourism Industry Fears Losing Delhi, Agra, Jaipur To Rising Air Pollution

    Tourism Industry Fears Losing Delhi, Agra, Jaipur To Rising Air Pollution

    The Delhi tourism industry fears losing the Golden Triangle of Delhi-Agra-Jaipur from the list of 'must-see' places if the air quality in the capital does not improve soon.

  • Runners Dejected As Pollution Cloud Hangs Over Delhi Half-Marathon

    Runners Dejected As Pollution Cloud Hangs Over Delhi Half-Marathon

    One of the most eagerly-awaited sporting events in the national capital, the Delhi Half Marathon to be held later this month, has a cloud of uncertainty looming over it this year.

  • Queen Of Ranthambore, Tigress Machhali Dead

    Queen Of Ranthambore, Tigress Machhali Dead

    India's most famous tiger and perhaps the most photographed big cat in the world, Machhli died on Thursday, days after the 19 year old tigress stopped eating.

  • Gang-Rape Video Shared on WhatsApp. Help Trace These Men.

    Gang-Rape Video Shared on WhatsApp. Help Trace These Men.

    In separate videos being shared on popular messaging service WhatsApp, two women are filmed being gang-raped. Some of the six rapists are seen smiling for a cellphone camera during the horrific assaults.

  • My Rap Rebuttal to Yo Yo Honey Singh: A College Student's Story

    My Rap Rebuttal to Yo Yo Honey Singh: A College Student's Story

    The video of her rap has gone viral. She's from St. Stephen's.

  • Tiger Numbers Up, But the Black Tiger of Odisha on Verge of Extinction

    Tiger Numbers Up, But the Black Tiger of Odisha on Verge of Extinction

    In all the roars and cheers over the upswing in tiger numbers, the story of Odisha's black tiger has got a little lost. The melanistic tiger - a rare gene pool on which the black stripes are far more prominent - are found only in Odisha. And their numbers are sliding fast.

  • Tiger, Tiger. Huge Increase in India Numbers.

    Tiger, Tiger. Huge Increase in India Numbers.

    India is now home to 70 per cent of the world's tigers, with new data putting their numbers at 2,226. That is a sharp rise of almost 60 per cent from 2006, when the first scientific and independent estimate delivered a shocking statistic of only 1,411 tigers left in India.

  • In Gurgaon, a refuge from the city's hustle bustle

    In Gurgaon, a refuge from the city's hustle bustle

    With demands from builders, developers and the government on the Aravallis on land in the millennium city, Gurgaon's biodiversity park stands out as an oasis of open space and greenery. Residents of Gurgaon have come together to conserve the park, and their priority is to protect plants in the area.

  • Uttarakhand flood: Disaster natural but damage man-made?

    Uttarakhand flood: Disaster natural but damage man-made?

    Indiscriminate development in the hill towns, with guest houses, hotels and all manners of illegal encroachment taking place along the rivers, it was a disaster waiting to happen. Since 2002 there has been a ban on building within 100 meters of the river bed.

  • Dwindling tiger numbers: Are we failing our big cats?

    Gone are the days when India had a teeming tiger population of 50,000. According to the latest census, there are only 1706 tigers left in the country, but the big cats are known to be prolific breeders and every year dozens of cubs are reported from many of our parks.

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