Jhalawar District

  • Decades of skating over environmental concerns have clearly cost us dear. The folly of pursuing better crop yields using chemical fertilisers in an indiscriminate manner has been surfacing lately. “Decades of agricultural abuse using fertilisers, herbicides and pesticides have taken its toll on us...
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  • Hello,I want to start a drinking water bottling plant. Kindly let me know the legal formalities, cost involved and contact details of machinary suppliers. 
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  • CGWB's groundwater atlas all the basic information regarding Rajasthan's groundwater including the following:Administrative InformationGeomorphologyHydrogeologyGround water potential zones and development prospectsWater level trendsGround water potability and contaminationIrrigation through various ...
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Is the soil health card scheme introduced to improve the economic condition of the farmers by bettering the health of the soil effective?

Decades of skating over environmental concerns have clearly cost us dear. The folly of pursuing better crop yields using chemical fertilisers in an indiscriminate manner has been surfacing lately. “Decades of agricultural abuse using fertilisers, herbicides and pesticides have taken its toll on us. We have been shooting ourselves in the foot by doing it,” says Raman Tyagi, director of Neer Foundation, a Meerut-based nonprofit working on water and agriculture.

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I want to start a drinking water bottling plant. Kindly let me know the legal formalities, cost involved and contact details of machinary suppliers. 

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Comprehensive groundwater Atlas of Rajasthan published by the Central Groundwater Board

CGWB's groundwater atlas all the basic information regarding Rajasthan's groundwater including the following:

  1. Administrative Information
  2. Geomorphology
  3. Hydrogeology
  4. Ground water potential zones and development prospects
  5. Water level trends
  6. Ground water potability and contamination
  7. Irrigation through various sources

 

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