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Different types of water purification techniques are available today. Which one is better and what are the pros and cons of each? Read on to find out.

Summer temperatures and water-borne diseases such as hepatitis, typhoid, cholera and gastroenteritis go hand in hand. So besides maintaining good hygiene, it is also important to monitor and maintain the quality of drinking water to prevent these diseases.

Drinking water sources

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Required qualifications:

  • MSc in zoology, botany, fishery science or environment science
  • Working knowledge in Marathi and Hindi is a must
  • Age upto 35 years
  • Post JRF minimum one year commitment through MoU, post-evaluation after one year, contract can be extended each year upto 5 years if desired by candidate and organisation. 

Fellowship: 15000/-rs per month plus actual expenses

Location: She/he have to stay at Arjuni Morgaon.

May 1, 2014 12:00AM

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Exploitation of groundwater in Panchgani, Maharashtra, led to acute water shortage but the people of Akhegani decided to do something about it. Watch how they built spring boxes to revive springs.

The Western Ghats, known for its biodiversity, is one of India's most sought after ecological hotspots. One of its stark features is the basalt rocks, often referred to as water buckets indicating the water retention capacity of the rock, found there. Of the many popular hill stations in the Western Ghats, Panchgani is commonly visited by tourists due to its proximity to Pune, Mumbai and Mahabaleshwar. The mountains here are crowned with basalt rocks.  

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Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS)

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BNHS, Hornbill House, 
Dr Salik Ali Chowk
Shahid Bhagt Singh Marg
Mumbai-1

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A pioneering resource that aims to empower its target audience with researched and authenticated content, backed by infographics, photographs, companion topics and glossary

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July 23, 2013 6:00PM

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This film depicts the hurdles faced by the urban poor to meet their sanitation needs forcing them to defecate out in the open

This film humorously depicts the day to day hurdles that the poor have to overcome  to meet their basic needs such as water and sanitation and the circumstances that force them to resort to poor sanitation related behaviour such as open defecation.

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How should your village be? Like a sparkling mirror! How should ones life be? Like fresh healthy productive seeds!

Using analogies that resonate with the rural mind, this Marathi film by  the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation (Government of Maharashtra) makes a convincing argument for toilet construction and use.The film's content has been guided by Mr. Dhumal, chief secretary of the water supply and sanitation department, Mr.

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