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This paper looks at the quality and quantity of water resources in Sikkim

This paper  in the journal Current Science presents the findings of a study that aimed at taking an overview of the water resources and their management in the East and South districts of Sikkim and understand issues related to quality and quantity of water resources in the area.

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These papers look at the microbiological quality of treated wastewater in Delhi and the sources of microbial pollution during dry and wet weather in Delhi watersheds

1.Reuse of treated sewage in Delhi city: Microbial evaluation of STPs and reuse options
Priyanka Jamwala,  Atul K. Mittal

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This paper seeks to understand household cooking practices and the decisions that are made about energy options

This working paper by the Stockholm Environment Institute seeks to understand household cooking practices and the decisions that are made about energy options. The aim is to show the way for the communities to use clean energy. It also seeks to identify political, financial, cultural, social, logistical, ergonomic or other barriers that might prevent people from switching over to improved cook stoves.

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This report sheds light on citizen’s perceptions on Bangalore’s environment and includes contributions from experts from the governmental and non governmental organisations

This report by the Centre for Sustainable Development sheds light on citizen’s perception on Bangalore’s environment. It is a result of contribution by various government bodies, experts and organisation. This report has been divided into four chapters followed by a brief reference list. The report presents a wide range of interesting statistics both in table and graph format on varied environmental issues as per citizen’s perception.

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This article discusses the possibility of using bioenergy as an alternative to fossil fuels

This policy paper by National Centre for Agricultural Economics and Policy Research sheds light on use of bio energy as an alternative to fossil fuels. The search for an alternative source of energy has been attributed to:

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This article presents the report brought out by WWF on 'Assessing flow requirements for the Upper Ganga'

The Ganga is the most sacred river in the sub-continent, and revered by millions.It is also among the top ten rivers at risk. The key threat to the river is indiscriminate abstraction of water from the river, leavng it unable to maintain its ecological integrity or to satisfy the needs of riparian communities.

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This article includes the details of working group reports related to water, agriculture and environment by the Government of India

The Twelfth Five Year Plan of the Government of India commences during the year 2012-13. This plan has been developed following the recommendations of a number of Working Groups covering 26 different areas. All the reports, as well as the composition of the working groups and steering committees are available online on the Planning Commission website .

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This study traces the impact of the Bangalore–Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC) project on the lakes in the villages around the project area

LakeThis thesis/report presents the findings of a study that was conducted for the fulfillment of the Masters degree at the School of Habitat Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

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This document sheds light on the groundwater scenario of India

This document by Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) sheds light on ground water scenario of India for the year 2009-10. The major issues discussed in the document are categorised under three broad sections:

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This paper discusses the findings of a study that assessed the physicochemical water quality parameters of surface water in Gujarat

This paper from the journal Asian Journal of Experimental Sciences presents the findings of a study that attempted to assess the physicochemical parameters of surface water in Gujarat state to explore the suitability of water for drinking and other purposes. Surface water samples were collected from various sampling locations of rivers, canal and lakes of Gujarat. 

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