News

06 January 2011

Use more, pay more : Best practices are necessary for water sustainability
Get the defunct borewells to work in Bangalore The Hindu
Water, crying for attention - Hindu Business Line
Rs 1,500 crore approved for cyclone-hit states of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa
Rs.13.09 crore allotted for flood relief works in Villupuram district, Tamil Nadu
Five years after floods, contour maps of Mumbai city, Maharashtra ready
Linking rivers the only way out, say science experts at the Indian Science Congress being held in Chennai, Tamil Nadu
India and China make competing plans for the Brahmaputra's precious waters
Debris dumping along Srinivasapuram beach, Tamil Nadu, irks activists
Dangerous water: water bodies contaminated due to garbage plant in Trivandrum city, Kerala
The Western Ghats Task Force chalks out a unique plan and a movement to save the source of all the rivers in the Western Ghats
Illegal sand mining eating into river beds of Tunga, Bhadra and Sharavathi in Karnataka
A tribal network by the name of ‘208’ has begun a non-violent protest on the Gujarat-Maharashtra border against the construction of seven dams as part of the Par-Tapi-Narmada River Linking project under the aegis of the National River Linking Project
Four environmental organisations draw attention to the the need to save Nelliampathy forest eco-system in Palakkad, Kerala
Hydropower dreams fade on green concerns - Business Standard
30% of drinking water found to be contaminated in Ludhiana, Punjab

05 January 2011

Rain fails to rejuvenate Sasthamcotta Lake in Kollam
Mineral water for all villages in East Godavari on cards in Andhra Pradesh
Water loss in Mumbai at 50% is the highest in the country: reveals a study report
Factories pollute sea, allege fishermen in Mangalore

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