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  • HIGHLIGHTS Mapping is an important aspect of development work, helping to visualize spatial features and monitor temporal changes. Most of the social workers and development professionals lack GIS based mapping skills, where as GIS professionals fall short due to limit...
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  • Fluorosis continues to be a regional issue in Telangana to this day, even decades after the first cases were discovered in Nalgonda in 1937. More than three lakh people in the district are affected with skeletal and dental fluorosis, a stigma that has stuck for generations. Excessive fluor...
    Amita Bhaduriposted 4 months 4 days agoread more
  • Agriculture is of central importance to India’s economy with more than half of the workforce in the country depending on it for their livelihoods. However, it is increasingly being threatened due to climate-change-induced changing rainfall patterns and water scarcity having a negative impact on pr...
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  • Conduct intensive survey of western UP rivers: NGT The National Green Tribunal has directed for an intensive survey of the Kali, Krishna and Hindon rivers in western Uttar Pradesh. The tribunal has also ordered inspection of 316 industries which are allegedly polluting the water bodies. A committee...
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  • Location: Warangal, Telangana Depth - 200ft 10ft to 45ft- Soild Rock 45ft to 55f - Weak soil + Water 55ft to 200ft Rock Casing - Till 60 ft - 8inch Dia (6mm PVC pipe ) 60ft to 200 -> 6 inch Dia no casing We drilled the borewell with above stats and after few months when we tried to install...
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  • Survey reveals MGNREGA failed to curb migration As per the survey conducted by the Institute of Economic Growth, the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) has been able to create livelihood assets but failed to have significant impact on migration. Reducing migration is&n...
    swatiposted 8 months 12 hours agoread more
  • Carbon content in India's soil decreases According to a recent report by a consortium of agriculture institutes, out of 350 million hectares of soil in India, 120 million hectares has already turned problematic, that is, either the soil has turned acidic, saline, or alkaline. The carbon content in ...
    swatiposted 8 months 1 week agoread more
  • Green nod to Inland waterway terminal at Haldia Coastal Regulatory Zone (CRZ) clearance has been granted to the proposed inland waterways terminal at Haldia, West Bengal. The clearance, however, is subject to specific conditions regarding protection of Gangetic dolphins and marine biodiversity. The...
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  • Restructuring of National Rural Drinking Water Programme approved The union cabinet has approved the continuation and restructuring of the National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP). The aim of the move is to make the programme outcome-based, competitive and better monitored with an increased ...
    swatiposted 9 months 6 days agoread more
  • Study says 40 percent of NCR's water bodies lost to urbanisation in 42 years As per a study conducted by IIT Delhi, nearly 40 percent of water bodies in the national capital region (NCR) has disappeared between 1972 and 2014 due to rapid urbanisation. The study also revealed that due...
    swatiposted 9 months 2 weeks agoread more
  • Alien fish spotted in Telangana waters after Krishna-Godavari interlinking Following the interlinking of the Krishna and the Godavari rivers, the devilfish or sucker catfish, which has so far been alien to Telangana waters, has made its way into the Musi river from the Krishna river. The fish ...
    swatiposted 10 months 4 days agoread more
  • I have a 300 sft plot in Gachibowli in Hyderabad. For the past two months, a cavity of 2 feet in diameter has formed. Rainwater is disappearing into this hole. I got this cavity filled up twice but a hole gets created whenever it rains. The bore is ten feet away and has casing upto 60 feet. I recent...
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 10 months 5 days agoread more
  • Committee formed for the management of water resources in the Northeast Under the chairmanship of the vice chairman of Niti Aayog, the Centre has constituted a high-level committee for the proper management of water resources in the northeastern region. The committee has been set up for the re...
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  • Centre notifies new wetland rules  Replacing the 2010 version of the wetland rules, the environment ministry has notified the new Wetland (Conservation and Management) Rules 2017. As per the new rules, a range of activities on wetlands like the conversion of wetland for non-wetland uses, setti...
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  • NGT concerned about overexploited status of Delhi's groundwater Concerned about the overexploited state of the groundwater in the city, the National Green Tribunal has directed the Delhi government, the Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) and the local authorities to come up with a prop...
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  • Despite ban, immersion of Ganpati idols made of PoP continue in Bengaluru lakes According to data released by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, a total of 2,08,585 idols were immersed in Bengaluru lakes this year on the first day of the Ganesh festival. Despite the Karnataka State Pollution C...
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  • The informal water market plays a crucial role in meeting the drinking and domestic water security of peri-urban communities. The increasing reliance on private informal water vendors in all our study villages speaks of their significance. Informal players like private RO companies, households or in...
    arathiposted 1 year 1 month agoread more
  • Government cancels green nod to Odisha's coal washery project The expert appraisal committee of the environment ministry has cancelled the green clearance granted to a coal washery project in Jharsuguda district of Odisha. The reason behind deferring of the green nod is the committee's concern...
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  • The serious implications of privatisation of natural resources like water, which is often brought under the overarching umbrella of market reforms, often evade us. There is a qualitative difference in the state withdrawing from the social sector as opposed to the economic sector, and in the increase...
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  • Strict punishments proposed for polluting Ganga river The draft bill prepared by a panel led by retired Justice Giridhar Malaviya has proposed seven years in jail and a fine of up to Rs 100 crore for anyone who pollutes the Ganga river. The major offences include blocking the river's flow, quarryin...
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Mapping is an important aspect of development work, helping to visualize spatial features and monitor temporal changes. Most of the social workers and development professionals lack GIS based mapping skills, where as GIS professionals fall short due to limited domain knowledge.

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Engaging with the fluorosis problem in Nalgonda gave the FKAN a chance to understand the problem and apply the solutions nationally.

Fluorosis continues to be a regional issue in Telangana to this day, even decades after the first cases were discovered in Nalgonda in 1937. More than three lakh people in the district are affected with skeletal and dental fluorosis, a stigma that has stuck for generations. Excessive fluoride intake leads to fluorosis, a chronic condition marked by mottling of the teeth and, if severe, calcification of the ligaments.

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This study finds that small farmers who undertake group micro irrigation through pooling of land and water resources greatly benefit through increase in productivity and profit margins.

Agriculture is of central importance to India’s economy with more than half of the workforce in the country depending on it for their livelihoods. However, it is increasingly being threatened due to climate-change-induced changing rainfall patterns and water scarcity having a negative impact on production.

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Conduct intensive survey of western UP rivers: NGT

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Location: Warangal, Telangana

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Survey reveals MGNREGA failed to curb migration

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Carbon content in India's soil decreases

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Green nod to Inland waterway terminal at Haldia

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Restructuring of National Rural Drinking Water Programme approved

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Study says 40 percent of NCR's water bodies lost to urbanisation in 42 years

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