In June 2021, Rio Tinto India Pvt Ltd initiated a pond rejuvenation activity at village Kherla, in Sohna block, Gurugram district of Haryana, which was implemented by S M Sehgal Foundation.
Government to 3D map aquifers in all villages
HC orders Haryana government to supply adequate water to Delhi and monitor Yamuna through live Google maps
Forced eviction ordered for more than one million tribals and forest-dwellers
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NGT slams NMCG and DJB over pollution in Ganga and Yamuna rivers
According to the local legend, Mangar Bani, a green patch between Faridabad and Gurgaon, was home to a Baba (a holy man), Gudariya Das Maharaj around 500 years ago. Popular among the local Gujjar herdsmen, the dominant community of the area, the Baba asked them to treat this forest as a sacred grove, the forested abode of a local deity.
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More than 50 percent districts yet to be declared open defecation free
Here’s some news for nature lovers. A dirty drain in Delhi could well be on its way to becoming a bird sanctuary. The Najafgarh drain or nallah that flows through the northwest part of Gurugram is becoming a new habitat for the strikingly tall Greater flamingos, a rosy-white pink billed migratory bird as it passes through southwest Delhi.