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  • In December 2015, more than forty years after it was conceived, the Government was set to launch India’s ambitious 30-link river interlinking project linking 37 rivers. The linking of the ‘surplus’ river Ken through a 231.45-km canal with the ‘deficient’ river Betwa flowing through the sta...
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  • The essence of a river is its ebb and flow but won't taming of the fresh free-flowing rivers by building massive dams pose a threat to our rivers and the communities that live by them?  Participants from different parts of the country who congregated at the first ever India Rivers Week held at...
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  • (Received as a query through email from Vijay)We are a group of friends interested in working for improvement of rural livelihoods in Panna District (Tehsil Shahnagar and Pawai), Madhya Pradesh. We normally work with the communities improving agriculture productivity, water harvesting and livelihood...
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  • Hello,We are a NGO working for Rural Development on Watershed and Agriculture interventions.Can you please share details of the aquifier systems of Panna district, Madhya Pradesh, similar to the one on aquifier systems of Chattisgarh that is available in your portal: https://www.indiawaterportal.org...
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Statutory clearance not given for the much touted Ken-Betwa model link project of the Interlinking of Rivers programme due to extreme social and environmental concerns.

In December 2015, more than forty years after it was conceived, the Government was set to launch India’s ambitious 30-link river interlinking project linking 37 rivers.

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An open debate on interlinking of rivers moderated by Ramaswamy Iyer with Himanshu Thakkar and Brij Gopal as panelists was held as a part of the India Rivers Week at New Delhi.

The essence of a river is its ebb and flow but won't taming of the fresh free-flowing rivers by building massive dams pose a threat to our rivers and the communities that live by them? 

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(Received as a query through email from Vijay)

We are a group of friends interested in working for improvement of rural livelihoods in Panna District (Tehsil Shahnagar and Pawai), Madhya Pradesh. We normally work with the communities improving agriculture productivity, water harvesting and livelihoods.

Can you please help to connect us with someone who can share specific information on the different kinds of low cost water structures which can work in this region.

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Hello,

We are a NGO working for Rural Development on Watershed and Agriculture interventions.

Can you please share details of the aquifier systems of Panna district, Madhya Pradesh, similar to the one on aquifier systems of Chattisgarh that is available in your portal: https://www.indiawaterportal.org/sites/indiawaterportal.org/files/aquifer-systems-of-chhattisgarh-cgwb-2012.pdf

Thanks

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