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Concerned by the growing health issues, Mallesh, an IT professional started Purna Organics in Bangalore. This start up organisation offers the following services: creating awareness about organic farming, helping interested individuals and families in setting gardens in their homes and also provide routine maintenance services. The video shows how families can practise high density micro organic farming in small tubs, with adequate watering and protection from pests.

Source of Video: Chai with Lakshmi

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The Electrochemical Society of India - LogoOrganizers

The Electrochemical Society of India

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Choksi Hall, Indian Institute of Science Campus Bengaluru

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February 8, 2013 10:00AM - February 9, 2013 5:00PM

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February 3, 2013 10:00AM - February 10, 2013 7:30PM

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Eco-station, Gubbi, Tumkur district, Karnataka. Gubbi is about 90 km north-west of Bangalore along the NH 206 Bangalore - Honnavar National Highway.

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February 10, 2013 8:30AM - February 10, 2013 7:00PM

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A video featuring an eco resort in Bangalore that is self sustaining and environment friendly built with zero waste attitude.

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March 14, 2013 9:30AM - March 16, 2013 6:00PM

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Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) and Environmental Design Solutions

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IIHS Bangalore City Campus, No. 196/36, 2nd Main Road, Sadasivanagar
Bengaluru - 560 080

February 2, 2013 10:00AM - February 3, 2013 6:00PM

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What happens when two or more states are dependent on same water resource for agricultural purposes ? Do the states compete for the resource or are their needs sufficiently different from each other? What are the consequences of the competition for this precious resource?

What happens when two or more states are dependent on same water resource for agricultural purposes ? Do the states compete for the resource or are their needs sufficiently different from each other? What are the consequences of the competition for this precious resource?

This article sheds light on the dispute between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, for sharing Cauvery river water. The ongoing tussle between the two states has seen a lot of unrest amongst farmers in  form of dharnas, protests, rail roko and non-cooperation by citizens, and disagreement with the agreements made by their respective governments and unending negotiations by governments involved, to come to a mutually agreeable decision.

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Arghyam LogoArghyam is a not-for-profit foundation working in the water sector in India. Arghyam’s vision is “Safe sustainable water for all”. We take up focused programmes that address lack of equitable access to water, in a sustainable manner, amongst all citizens, through partnerships and grants across the country.

We are looking for a Project Manager for a Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) project for Sanitation. The Project Manager will lead the Sanitation-BCC project at Arghyam. The term of engagement could be either as a full time consultant or a full time employee.  In either case, the person will work from Arghyam’s office in Bangalore.

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Bangalore

January 23, 2013 12:00AM

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About Arghyam

Arghyam is an Indian public charitable foundation setup with an endowment from Rohini Nilekani, working in the water and sanitation sector since 2005 with the vision “Safe, sustainable water for all”.  ‘Arghyam’ is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘Offering’. 

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The intern can work from home.

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Arghyam is looking for a Data and Research Intern for 3 months. Arghyam is embarking on several projects related to water data, specifically to do with groundwater and sanitation. One of the themes we want to explore under sanitation is its relationship with health. To do this, we want to identify relevant data sets from rural health and look for correlations between relevant health indicators and rural sanitation. Once we have this data and understand the correlations, we will also be working to make the data more accessible to different communities like designers, journalists and developers and WatSan professionals.

January 20, 2013 12:00AM

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