News

27 September 2011

58 per cent people in India still practise open defecation: The foremost challenge identified to overcome this problem is to significantly step up public investment in sanitation
Himachal Pradesh to monitor lean period water discharge in the rivers from hydropower projects on real time basis and use geo-informatics space applications for photo monitoring
Water in Indore city, Madhya Pradesh, provided by most of the borewells of the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC), is not fit for human consumption: 98% borewells contain impurities
Subsidy for sugarcane harvesters in Maharashtra
Tamil Nadu to take up sustainable sugarcane initiative on 10,000 ha
Farmer's notebook: Farmers would quit agriculture if they had an alternative
Drought and food security options
Urban waste, no longer trash for fertiliser firms
From taste to yields, hybrid rice's many hurdles in India
From 'laughing stock' to a club of successful farmers- A Chorao farmer's story
The rice bowl of India, AP, may see a crop holiday on bumper harvest
Dr. Anil Joshi, builds dams in MP, with his collection of Re 1 from 1 lakh farmers
Info on land moisture content via mobile, thanks to an AP engineer
NextDrop: Using SMS to inform citizens when water would flow from municipal taps
Deep-rooted love - M. Yoganathan's passion for the environment
Tackling rural India's problems is the mission of 28 youngsters
Himachal Pradesh to monitor lean period water discharge in the rivers from hydropower projects on real time basis and use geo-informatics space applications for photo monitoring
Sinking borewells, rising debt in Andhra Pradesh
The urgent need for coal, which accounts for 60% of India's energy needs could threaten to push the crucial environmental concerns of the country under the carpet
Tender jackfruits start arriving from Piriyapatna, Mysore

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