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15 November 2010

Mining taking its toll on Mandovi, Zuari rivers in Goa
NGOs tell central team to leave Uranium Mining in Meghalaya
Himachal Pradesh and its neglected water resources
Palar river sees water flow after five years
Fathesagar lake in Udaipur in danger due to unscientific construction
Strategic approach to utilise Narmada water allocated to Madhya Pradesh laid down
UP Pollution Control Board has directed the Kanpur Jal Nigam to stop the discharge of water from sewers and tanneries into river Ganga and utilise it for irrigation
108 crore cleared to clean, replace Mumbai's age-old sewage lines
Auto tippers allotted for garbage collection in Delhi
Students forced to use open space despite toilets in schools in Karnataka
VA Tech Wabag bags Rs. 290 cr water management system order
Levi's reduces water consumption with waterless jeans
Water filter designed indigenously sold at minimum cost at Pragati Maidan trade fair
Eucalyptus trees may be banned to save groundwater in Bangalore
The cyclonic storm, Jal, heading towards Andhra Pradesh claimed five lives in different districts today, officials said
The distribution of relief, both in cash and kind, to the people affected by the rain havoc will be completed by November 17

13 November 2010

Fisherfolk displaced by Polavaram dam - A four-part FES-InfoChange series

07 November 2010

Cyclonic storm Jal, heading towards Andhra Pradesh, has claimed five lives in different districts, officials said
Cyclone Jal hits South India, leaving nearly 30 dead, scores injured
The district collectors and revenue officials remain on high alert to cope with any untoward situation as cyclone Jal is approaching the state coastline, which poses a threat to residents in Anantapur, Kadapa, Kurnool and Chittoor districts

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