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Climate change presents growing challenges to human health, safety, quality of life and the economy of the country. This book titled 'Assessment of climate change over the Indian region' by the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), Government of India, edited by R.
The pressure on the water resources in India is on the rise. The available water resources in the country are highly variable. For example, the average annual rainfall in India varies considerably from one region to another; it is as high as 1000 cm in the Northeast and as low as 10 cm in western Rajasthan.
The Himalayas, an important part of the geography of India, extend along the entire Northern and North-Eastern boundary of the country. It spans six Indian States namely, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal, West Bengal, Sikkim and a major part of Arunachal Pradesh from west to east.
Energy sources of Indian households for cooking and lighting - A report by National Sample Survey Office, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (2012)Posted on 29 Nov, 2012 07:47 PM
This report by the National Sample Survey Office, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India is concerned with the break-up of Indian households by
Guidelines for implementation of National Mission on Food Processing (NMFP)- A document by Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India (2012)Posted on 23 Nov, 2012 09:54 PM
This document by Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India, is a set of guidelines for the implementation of National Mission on Food Processing, which has the following objectives:
- To augment the capacity of food processors working to upscale their operations through capital infusion, technology transfer, skill upgradation and handholding support.
- To support established self help groups working in food processing sector to facilitate them to achieve SME status.
- Capacity development and skill upgradation through institutional training to ensure sustainable employment opportunities to the people and also to reduce the gap in requirement and availability of skilled manpower in food processing sector.
- To raise the standards of food safety and hygiene to the globally accepted norms.
- To facilitate food processing industries to adopt HACCP and ISO certification norms
- To augment farm gate infrastructure, supply chain logistic, storage and processing capacity.
- To provide better support system to organized food processing sector.
Provisional population totals of National Capital Territory of Delhi- Districts and sub-districts- Data by Ministry of Home AffairsPosted on 02 Oct, 2012 01:08 PM
This document by Ministry of Home Affairs provides provisional statistical data on population totals of National Capital Territory of Delhi- districts and sub-districts.
Politicians for reform - Proceedings of the State Water Ministers’ workshop on rural water supply policy reforms in India - Cochin (Kerala) - (1999)Posted on 22 Nov, 2011 10:01 AM
The workshop was hosted by Government of Kerala and the Water and Sanitation Program, South Asia with the Government of India, The World Bank Institute and the World Bank was held at Cochin, Kerala from December 7th to December 8th, 1999.
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The Cabinet has taken a decision to place a proposal with Parliament to introduce the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Bill (MMDR Bill), 2011, in terms of the National Mineral Policy, 2008 and also repeal the existing Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957.
Uttar Pradesh Urban Sanitation Policy - Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission - Government of India (2010)Posted on 18 Jun, 2011 10:41 PM
The factors that lead to this poor sanitation situation in the city include:
India's participation at the UN Climate Change Conference at Cancun, Mexico - MoEF press release and ninister's statementPosted on 31 Jan, 2011 12:16 AM
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Press release: Indian event at Cancun re-emphasises importance of equity, 7th December 2010
India hosted a major event at the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference at Cancun, where the critical issue of equity and equitable access to carbon space was emphasised.
India's Minister for Environment and Forests and Head of Delegation, Shri Jairam Ramesh personally chaired the side event that had presentations by Prof. T. Jayaraman, Tata Inst. Of Social Sciences, India, Mr. Martin Khor, Executive Dir., South Centre, Geneva and Dr. Harald, ERC & Univ. Of Cape Town, South Africa.
Download the entire press release here.