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  • Making a landfall in Raigad district, cyclone Nisarga wanes but causes heavy rains in western Maharashtra Anticipated to be a major cyclonic storm, after the one that affected Mumbai in 1948, Cyclone Nisarga caused heavy rains in the city which led to water-logging in some areas. The cyclone made a...
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  • The exodus of migrant workers from urban areas back to their villages in the wake of country wide lockdown has brought rural poverty into sharp focus. Reconstruction of rural economy therefore needs policy and planning attention. Community economy is a branch of rural economy and among other ways of...
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  • Surrounded by vast expanses of water, the Kuttanad region in Alleppey district, Kerala faces severe drinking water scarcity due to infrastructure failure and civic body inaction. This picture-perfect expanse that lies at the heart of the backwaters experiences “frequent floods, waterlogging, conta...
    Amita Bhaduriposted 4 months 2 weeks agoread more
  • Number of water-related crimes double in India: Report As per the latest National Crime Records Bureau report, the number of water dispute cases registered under the Indian Penal Code have doubled from 432 in 2017 to 838 in 2018. Maharashtra and Bihar, the two states that have suffered severe droug...
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  • Kerala retains the top slot with a score of 70, followed closely by Himachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Telangana in the latest edition of NITI Aayog’s annual assessment of progress made by states in achieving the sustainable development goals (SDG). “Kerala is well on track to ac...
    Amita Bhaduriposted 6 months 1 day agoread more
  • Locals say impact assessment report does not accurately represent the real impact of Luhri II hydropower project Calling the Luhri II Hydropower Project a farce, residents of Nanj village in Karsog have rejected the Social Impact Assessment (SIA) report prepared as part of the rules preceding ...
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  • MoU signed for groundwater management through community intervention The Central Groundwater Board (CGWB), Department of Water Resources, Western Sydney University, Australia and others have signed an MoU for the project MARVI (Managing Aquifer Recharge and Sustaining Groundwater Use through Villag...
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  • Hello, Pls advice me a permanent solution for my septic soak pit overflowing issues. We have a total 6 members family (adult-4 children-2) and our home is an independent one. I cleaned up my septic tank after 15 years but problem is not with the septic tank but the soakpit. I consulted with many pe...
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  • Focus on water conservation in MGNREGA: Rural Development ministry to states The Ministry of Rural Development has asked states to give special focus to works related to water harvesting and water conservation, including river rejuvenation while preparing the MGNREGA labour budget for the 2020...
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  • Under Jal Jeevan Mission, state to bear half the cost and local bodies to decide water charges Under the Jal Jeevan Mission, all states except the North East and Himalayan states, will bear half the financial burden of the scheme. While the funding pattern for Centre and non-Northeast and non-Himal...
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  • Ahead of UNCCD COP14 in Delhi this week, India pledges to restore 5 million hectares of degraded land by 2030 For the first time, India is hosting the 14th Conference of Parties (COP 14) of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) from September 2nd to the 13th in New Delhi.&...
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  • Centre to provide 43-55 litre/day water per person to rural households by 2024 Under the Jal Jeevan Mission, the Centre plans to provide 43 to 55 litres of water per person per day to every rural Indian household by 2024, and to set up a dedicated fund called Rashtriya Jal Jeevan Kosh f...
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  •  Over 3.5 lakh water conservation measures taken up in a single month as nationwide Jal Shakti Abhiyan hits ground In a countrywide effort to enhance water security, especially in water stressed districts, the Centre initiated Jal Shakti Abhiyan (JSA) has reported over 3.5 lakh water conservat...
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  • Centre for Water Resources Development and Management (CWRDM) is organizing the Indian National Groundwater Conference (INGWC-2020) to discuss 'Groundwater Resources Management for Sustainable Development with the Special Emphasis on Coastal and Urban Environment’ at CWRDM, Koz...
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  • I have a borewell of depth 700 feet in my agriculture land in Malappuram district, Kerala, with a single phase electricity connection. Kindly advise me on the most appropriate motor that I need to install for irrigation purposes.
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  • Monsoon makes slowest progress across India in 12 years (source: Times of India) Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) records show that this year's monsoon has so far been the slowest progressing monsoon in the past 12 years. The monsoon has currently reached just about 10 to 15% of the c...
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  • Swachh Bharat Mission reduced groundwater contamination: UNICEF Based on ground reports from three states—Bihar, Odisha and West Bengal—a study released by UNICEF has claimed that the Swachh Bharat Mission has reduced the groundwater contamination in many villages. As per the report, the ground...
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  • Skies in several parts of Kerala are overcast with pre-monsoon but monsoon is progressing sluggishly, as per meteorological predictions. “This year’s monsoon rains will arrive on India southern coast in Kerala on June 4 and deliver less rain than average year,” says Skymet, a private weather f...
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  • India witnesses 22 percent deficient pre-monsoon rainfall this year: IMD The India Meteorological Department (IMD) data has recorded 75.9 millimetres of rainfall from March 1 to May 15 which is 22 percent deficient from the normal rainfall. Moreover, out of the four meteorological divisions of the ...
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  • What are the rules and regulation for blasting rocks in a well with a depth of 9 meter in a rural area. There are two houses nearby at a 40 meter distance, they objected further digging. How can I proceed and whom to contact for further help? Pls advise. We are in Kottayam district, Kerala.
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Collective management, participation and equity are the foundations on which community economies are sustained.

The exodus of migrant workers from urban areas back to their villages in the wake of country wide lockdown has brought rural poverty into sharp focus. Reconstruction of rural economy therefore needs policy and planning attention. Community economy is a branch of rural economy and among other ways of reconstructing the rural economy, promotion and strengthening of community economies of the poor is important.

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Floods such as in 2018 could take the situation downhill causing severe drinking water crisis.

Surrounded by vast expanses of water, the Kuttanad region in Alleppey district, Kerala faces severe drinking water scarcity due to infrastructure failure and civic body inaction.

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Number of water-related crimes double in India: Report

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Bihar, Jharkhand and Arunachal Pradesh are at the bottom of NITI Aayog's SDG Index, released recently.

Kerala retains the top slot with a score of 70, followed closely by Himachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Telangana in the latest edition of NITI Aayog’s annual assessment of progress made by states in achieving the sustainable development goals (SDG). “Kerala is well on track to achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals,” tweeted Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

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MoU signed for groundwater management through community intervention

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Hello,

Pls advice me a permanent solution for my septic soak pit overflowing issues. We have a total 6 members family (adult-4 children-2) and our home is an independent one. I cleaned up my septic tank after 15 years but problem is not with the septic tank but the soakpit. I consulted with many people, each one suggests different things. Kindly advise me.

Thank you
Jaison, Kerala

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Focus on water conservation in MGNREGA: Rural Development ministry to states

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Under Jal Jeevan Mission, state to bear half the cost and local bodies to decide water charges

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