Rudraprayag District

  • India's poor sanitation facilities have a direct correlation with stunting in childrenAccording to a recent report titled “Progress on Sanitation and Drinking Water: 2015 Update and MDG Assessment” by World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF, 1 in 3 people in the world lack sanitaiton faciliti...
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  • GSI report suggests channeling Mandakini riverThe Geological Survey of India's report on Uttarakhand's flash floods of June 2013, recommends channeling the Mandakini river to its original course, as the river is merged with Sarswati river in the south post-floods. The original course of the Man...
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  • Dam bursts in Himachal during first trialA newly built dam with a capacity of 12,000 cubic feet burst in Manali district of the State whiles first trial was taking place. No casulaties however, resulted from the accident.Site visit compulsory for diversion of forest landThe Environment Ministry has ...
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  • Only the main shrine at Kedarnath remains intact as flood in Uttarakhand destroy all its residential areas and kills 50 pilgrims; more than 71,000 pilgrims bound for Hindu shrines in the state stranded
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  • We (my husband, my daughter and I) are living in a village named Shivanandi in Rudraprayag District in Uttarakhand.  We are building a kayaking center close to the banks fo the Alaknanda River.In the long run. we're expecting to have around 30 people occupying this place (for around 6 months of...
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News this week: GSI recommends channeling Mandakini river to its original course; Sohra experiences one of the driest year; HC orders close down of 12 units in Mundra SEZ, Gujarat.

GSI report suggests channeling Mandakini river

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Dam bursts in Himachal during first trial

A newly built dam with a capacity of 12,000 cubic feet burst in Manali district of the State whiles first trial was taking place. No casulaties however, resulted from the accident.

Site visit compulsory for diversion of forest land

We (my husband, my daughter and I) are living in a village named Shivanandi in Rudraprayag District in Uttarakhand.  We are building a kayaking center close to the banks fo the Alaknanda River.

In the long run. we're expecting to have around 30 people occupying this place (for around 6 months of the year).  We are going to separate our gray water from the sweage.   The gray water will be purified through a wetland and reused for our ornamental garden.

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