Arjun Agrawal

This article shows the dedication towards the environment shown by Infosys by implementing an Environmental Management System called the Ozone Initiative.

“We want to give back this planet to our children in a condition better than the one in which we borrowed it from them.”
N.R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman of the Board and Chief Mentor, Infosys Limited

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This article provides the details of types of floods and their causes

Floods are categorized into natural and artificial floods in terms of their causes. Floods are natural hydrological phenomena and occur after some meteorological events like intense or prolonged rainfall spells or unusually high coastal estuarine waters due to storm surges etc.

Monsoon in Trivandrum

 

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This article provides the details of Electronics City Industrial Association, which manages water needs of communities in the surrounding areas

Electronics City Industrial Association (ELCIA) was established in 1992. In 1997, the maintenance and upkeeping of Electronics City was handed over to ELCIA by the Karnataka State Electronics Development Corporation Limited (KEONICS), which handled the responsibility previously. Ever since then ELCIA has been actively protecting and promoting the interests of the industries in Electronics City.

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This article describes the causes and means to tackle the floods in Bihar

Bihar is surrounded by Nepal in the north, West Bengal in the east, Uttar Pradesh in the west and  Jharkhand towards the south. There are several rivers that run through the state: Ganga, Sone, Punpun, Falgu, Karmanasa, Durgavati, Kosi, Gandak and the Ghaghara, to name a few. Nearly 85% of the state’s land is under cultivation. Bihar also receives heavy rainfall all through June to October.

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This article provides a background of the water quality situation in India and initiatives that can be undertaken to tackle it

Being the second most populous nation in the world with 1.22 billion people, India is all set to take the first position, replacing China by 2030. As per the present population growth rate of 1.58%, India is expected to be a 1.53 billion plus nation by 2030. With almost 17.31% population of the world calling India home and facing a number of problems related to education, poverty, crime, and what not, availability of proper drinking water to citizens is a major challenge for the government.

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