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After becoming a human entity, Ganga river receives first legal notice

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The National Insititute of Hydrology (NIH), Roorkee invites applications for:

  • Research Associate and Junior/Senior Research Fellow for the Neeranchal National Watershed Project

Eligibility:

February 5, 2017 12:00AM

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Government proposes to set up a National Water Commission

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A collection of case studies in organizing drinking water and improving quality of available drinking water in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

This document contains case studies from the work of Samagra Jal Vikash Samiti, Arghyam and Development Alternatives, in Rajpura, Kachipura, Pipra and Hastinapur villages of Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, in organising drinking water and improving water quality of available drinking water.

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A status report on the Bundelkhand region and information on sanitation practices

This status report prepared by Development Alternatives contains brief background information about the Bundelkhand region, details about the physical profle (topography, drainage and river systems, land usage, climate, rainfall), water resources information (water demand, availability, supply and accessibility) and information on sanitation practices (toilets, personal  hygiene, solid waste management, liquid waste disposal, availability of water for sanitation).

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A definitive physical features map of the country from the Survey of India, showing elevation in metres of different regions and major rivers and land formations.

Download the map from the attachment listed below:

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The paper presents a situational analysis of the crisis and challenges of drinking water in Bundelkhand in the overall context of the drought spell in 2007

This paper on Bundelkhand from their Water and Sanitation Perspective series of WaterAid presents how ecological degradation and faulty policies make drinking water scarce and less accessible. It is a situational analysis of the crisis and challenges of drinking water in Bundelkhand in the overall context of current drought spell (in 2007). The paper makes a case for giving the issue of drinking water utmost priority in the mainstream agenda of drought management.

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