HC orders Haryana government to supply adequate water to Delhi and monitor Yamuna through live Google maps
NGT takes a stand on Deepor Beel
Forced eviction ordered for more than one million tribals and forest-dwellers
In a decade, only a quarter of centrally funded major to medium irrigation schemes completed: Report
NOCs for running tubewells must for Punjab industries
The reclusive family decides to stay indoors due to the overcast sky on a Sunday morning. The parents are seen walking down the road twice, but they dart back after noticing the visitors. The golden jackals are not known for gregariousness, at least not towards humans. The nature trail to meet these canines would remain as cloudy as the sky.
Last year, a crocodile walked seven kilometres to reach Jamwa Ramgarh village near Jaipur looking for food. It had ventured out from Jamwa Ramgarh dam, which used to have around 100 of its species at one time. Since 2006, however, the dam is dry, leaving little fish or other prey for the aquatic reptiles.
Nearly 88% irrigation projects lying unused in Maharashtra
Wetlands for water quality management – The science and technology: A paper from Current Issues in Water ManagementPosted on 10 Jan, 2012 10:24 PM
The introduction begins witha brief overview of wetlands: their nature and services offered. These wetlands are ecosystems with water that is static or flowing and characerized by emergent , floating and submerged aquatic vegetation. Some of the services provided by wetlands are fish and fiber, water supply, water purification, flood regulation, recreational opportunities and tourism. It then details the importance of wetlands for water purification.Toxins enter the wetlands through farms, factories and runoff. These toxins are broken down or otherwise buried using a variety of bacteria.
Location map of Keoladeo National Park
Rashtrita Jal Chetna Yatra: Efforts of Tarun Bharat Sangh and Rajendar Singh in addressing water related concerns across the countryPosted on 20 Aug, 2009 02:20 PM
Tarun Bharat Sangh and Rajendar Singh started a massive campaign to spread awareness of traditional water harvesting structures in order to restore the water resources of arid Rajasthan. The aim was to popularize the use of such traditional structures across the country.