Under Namami Gange mission, only 10 out of 100 new sewage projects completed
Study reveals that nearly 42 percent of India’s land area is facing drought
DDA allocates 42.5 acre plot on Yamuna floodplains for waste dumping
The migratory bird season is in full swing and avid bird watchers have flocked to Surajpur wetland to sight the charismatic Common Teal, Red-crested Pochard, Ferruginous Pochard, Bar-headed Goose, Greylag Goose, Northern Shoveler and Gadwall.
Himalayan council constituted for sustainable development of the Himalayas
Maharashtra farmers to need approval to sow water-intensive crops
Entering its second year, the Graduate Program of Water Science and Policy 2018 at Shiv Nadar University envisages a multi-disciplinary classroom, engagement and content delivered by some of the best minds globally – experts on water who have worked on ground realities, made policies and initiated change.
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.