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Latest Articles in water resources

India, Bangladesh To Expand Cooperation In River Pollution Mitigation, Flood Management

The India-Bangladesh Water Resources Secretary level meeting under the framework of the Joint Rivers Commission took place on March 16 here.

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'If standing with poor during Corona crisis is deemed politics then so be it', Sanjay Jha defends Centre

'If standing with poor during Corona crisis is deemed politics then so be it', Sanjay Jha defends Centre

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Nepal obstructing Bihar govt from flood prevention-related work; Bihar Minister says will approach MEA

Nepal obstructing Bihar govt from flood prevention-related work; Bihar Minister says will approach MEA

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Altering India's Water Realty

India’s problems with water may be big, but let’s look at making small changes to mitigate the crisis, says Mikael Abbhagen, Co-Founder and Design Director, Altered

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‘We Need To Ensure Farmers Have Access To Water And They Use It Efficiently’

Government can only solve the serious water problem with the active and enthusiastic participation of the private sector and civil society

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Alarming: 21 Indian Cities Will Run Out Of Water By 2030

Marred by poor water management and extreme climatic conditions, our cities are on the verge of collapsing from dehydration. A detailed report by Anuradha Shukla

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Monthly Policy Review For May: Water Resources

In May 2017, an expert committee chaired by Dr M A Chitale submitted its report on ‘Preparation of Guidelines for Works on Desilation from Bhimgauda (Uttarakhand) to Farakka (West Bengal) of river Ganga’ to the Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, as per a report by PRS Legislative Research. Here is the key observations and recommendations of the Committee

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Water For Inclusive Development: Industry's Role

To solve the crisis before it becomes unmanageable we need collaboration from all major actors, such as the government, industry, research organisations and the public, especially to check the untrammelled use of groundwater

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Water Reservoirs At 23% Of Capacity

India is facing one of its worst water storage crisis with its 91 large reservoirs currently holding water below one-fourth their total capacity

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Time For Water Reuse To Gain Precedence

The water storage in 91 major reservoirs of India in February was a paltry 32 per cent of their total capacity, indicating that the country is heading for a very dry summer

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