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  • Lok Sabha passes Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019   The Lok Sabha has passed the Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019, which seeks to amend the Inter-State River Water Disputes Act of 1956. The bill proposes to set up a central tribunal to help...
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  • Under Namami Gange mission, only 10 out of 100 new sewage projects completed As per the records, the government has been able to finish only 10 of the 100 sewage infrastructure projects under the Namami Gange mission. Nearly Rs 28,000 crore has been sanctioned for the sewage management wo...
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  • India, the second largest population in the world, is facing a water crisis with over 600 million people facing acute water shortage, as per a report by Niti Aayog, the government think-tank. India’s water crisis is expected to worsen, threatening the country’s food security as over 80 percent o...
    Amita Bhaduriposted 6 months 3 weeks agoread more
  • UN Environment Assembly adopts resolutions on single-use plastics, nitorgen management piloted by India The environment ministry has informed that at the fourth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA), two resolutions piloted by India on single-use plastics and sustainab...
    swatiposted 7 months 4 weeks agoread more
  • All districts but three in Bihar experience drought While lakes overflow in Mumbai and Kerala gets 22 percent excess rain, Bihar stares at a drought. With a 48 percent rain deficit, as many as 35 out of 38 districts in Bihar are experiencing drought. The only districts to have received average rain...
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  • Far in the distance, towards the edge of Noida and Greater Noida flows the Hindon river amidst clusters of modern highrise buildings. A few years ago, the landscape here was more countrified and quite distinct from the low rise neghbourhoods of Delhi dotted with its numerous parks and abundant insti...
    Amita Bhaduriposted 2 years 2 months agoread more
  • Cauvery river dispute: Karnataka to share less water, SC raps the two states over protestsModifying its earlier order, the Supreme Court has asked the Karnataka government to release 12,000 cusecs of water, instead of 15,000 cusecs as ordered earlier, but for five more days, to Tamil Nadu. The ...
    swatiposted 3 years 1 month agoread more
  • Provide potable water to villages: NGT asks UP government  The National Green Tribunal has slammed the Uttar Pradesh government for failing to provide potable water to villages along the Hindon and Krishna rivers. The Tribunal has also constituted a committee and has directed authorities to as...
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  • Government to install community water purification plants in water toxic zones The Government has allotted a sum of Rs 1000 crore to install community water purification plants (CWPPs) in various states where groundwater is contaminated with fluoride and arsenic and people in the region are forced ...
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  • Chennai rains claim 450 livesLast Tuesday heavy rainfall resulted in the breaching of major lakes and rivers, mostly in southern parts of the Chennai Metropolitan Area. Not only did the unprecedented rains rendered thousands of people homeless, but it also took away the lives of 450 residents. Not j...
    swatiposted 3 years 11 months agoread more
  • No approval of dams until e-flow report is out: Water Ministry to CWCThe Ministry of Water Resources has ordered the Central Water Commission (CWC) not to grant any approval or to design any dam project until the report to determine the quantum of environmental flows is out. The decision will impact...
    swatiposted 4 years 2 months agoread more
  • Government bends its own guideline, fast-tracks green nod to Arunachal hydel project After giving its green nod to the 1200-MW project on the Lohit river, the expert panel of the Ministry of Environment and Forests is all set to consider the 3097-MW hydel project in Dibang Valley and the 3097-MW Et...
    swatiposted 4 years 8 months agoread more
  • Centre presents an opposite picture in the Uttarakhand dam case With respect to the six specific hydroelectric projects on the upper Ganga basin in Uttarakhand, the Environment Ministry had informed the Supreme Court that experts have given a clean chit to the six dams and that the latter can also ...
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  • States get a free hand towards the implementation of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Centre has given a free hand to states and municipalities in implementation of Swachh Bharat scheme in urban area. Along with this, the Government has also set an investment target of Rs 42,512 crore from the p...
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  • TSR Subramanian Committee submits report on environmental laws to the Environment Ministry The TSR Subramanian Committee, that was appointed to review the environmental laws, has submitted its report to the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change. The report has suggested the const...
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  • Pakistan asks India to withdraw its troop from the virgin snowAsserts that the presence of Indian troops in Siachen is leading to environmental degradation and pollution in one of the main sources of water in Pakistan.Water sharing issues of new states to be dealt by Central govtCentral governm...
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  • Pahanbarri was a small village of 3000 people in Madhya Pradesh's Hoshangabad district. The 200-year old village was known for its fertile soil, thanks to being located on the banks of the Tawa, a tributary of the Narmada river. On August 1 this year, the river changed its course, broke its bank and...
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  • IAS officer in Uttar Pradesh suspended for action against sand mining Durga Shakti Nagpal, the 28-year-old sub-divisional magistrate of Gautam Buddha Nagar district, has been suspended by the state government for acting against sand mining mafia operating on the banks of the Yamuna and Hindon river...
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  • Content courtesy: Janhit FoundationWorkshop on rainwater harvesting: A workshop was organised with the Rotary Club of Meerut to disseminate information about the advantages of rainwater harvesting and encourage its implementation in the city.Janhit Foundation and CSE promote water conservation:...
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  • A detailed survey of the river Hindon was carried out to understand the nature of waste effluents and their impact on water quality.  As per the study, the river water is subject to varying degrees of pollution, caused by numerous untreated waste outfalls of municipal and industrial effluents.T...
    rajshekarposted 9 years 4 months agoread more

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Lok Sabha passes Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019  

The Lok Sabha has passed the Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019, which seeks to amend the Inter-State River Water Disputes Act of 1956.

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Under Namami Gange mission, only 10 out of 100 new sewage projects completed

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Civil society activists champion alternatives to conventional water management solutions implemented by the government.

India, the second largest population in the world, is facing a water crisis with over 600 million people facing acute water shortage, as per a report by Niti Aayog, the government think-tank. India’s water crisis is expected to worsen, threatening the country’s food security as over 80 percent of our water is used in agriculture. Twenty-one cities are likely to run out of groundwater by 2020, despite increasing demand, as per the report.

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UN Environment Assembly adopts resolutions on single-use plastics, nitorgen management piloted by India

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All districts but three in Bihar experience drought

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As cities spread wide, grey infrastructure projects flout green norms to provide affordable housing for all.

Far in the distance, towards the edge of Noida and Greater Noida flows the Hindon river amidst clusters of modern highrise buildings. A few years ago, the landscape here was more countrified and quite distinct from the low rise neghbourhoods of Delhi dotted with its numerous parks and abundant institutional spaces. 

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Cauvery river dispute: Karnataka to share less water, SC raps the two states over protests

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Provide potable water to villages: NGT asks UP government 

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Government to install community water purification plants in water toxic zones

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Chennai rains claim 450 lives

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