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WR to install 37 more water vending machines in Mumbai
Jul 21, 2017 12:01 IST
By Kailash Rambhau Korde
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what happened: Western Railway will  install 37 more water vending machines at suburban stations of Mumbai.
what it means: At these water vending machines, the passengers can buy RO processed water at affordable rate. Railway authorities have already installed 20 such machines on suburban stations of Western Railway.
what next: The Western Railway officials said it will take another couple of months to install all 37 machines.
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India beat Australia, reach ICC Women's World Cup final
Jul 21, 2017 00:38 IST
By Bhargab Sarmah
what happened: India defeated Australia by 36 runs in the semis to reach the ICC Women's World Cup final.
what it means: Harmanpreet Kaur scored an unbeaten 171 as India posted a total of 281/4 in 42 overs. Australia lost early wickets in their chase, and despite Alex Blackwell's quickfire 90, fell short by 36 runs.
what next: India will face England in the final of the tournament at Lord's on Sunday.
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India lose to Japan in Women's HWL Semi-Final classification
Jul 20, 2017 17:59 IST
By Bhargab Sarmah
Hockey India
what happened: India lost 0-2 to Japan in a 5th-8th classification match of Women's Hockey World League Semi-Final.
what it means: The loss will come as a dent to India's hopes of qualifying for the World Cup. The Indian team will now have to win the Asia Cup, to be hosted in Japan, to make the cut for the event.
what next: India will face the loser of the South Africa vs Ireland match in the match to decide 7th-8th place.
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Palghar to get primary health centres to fight malnutrition
Jul 20, 2017 13:25 IST
By Faisal Malik
Deepak Sawant
what happened: The Maharashtra government will start nine primary health centres, five nutrition centres in Palghar
what it means: State health minister Dr Deepak Sawant made the announcement after visiting the district that has remained in the headlines for the high number of child malnutrition deaths.
what next: Last year, more than 300 deaths were registered in the district alone due to malnutrition.