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India's New Groundwater Regs Affect Beverage Bottlers
Environment News Service

India's New Groundwater Regs Affect Beverage Bottlers

Posted by in Latest News , RSS , Water on November 17, 2015 11:50 pm / no comments NEW DELHI, India , November 17, 2015 (ENS) Freshwater campaigners are welcoming new guidelines issued by the government of India that strengthen regulations ... Environment News Service, 6 days ago
Bad news for water guzzlers Coke & Pepsi Millennium Post, 1 week ago
Malaysian Insider

Australia approves controversial India-backed Adani mine

Conservationists say the coalmine project risks threatening species, including the Great Barrier Reef, precious groundwater, and the global climate. File pic, October 15, 2015. Australia today approved a controversial Indian-backed project to ...
 Malaysian Insider1 month ago Australia approves India-backed Adani mine despite fears for reef  Yahoo! Finance1 month ago Australia approves Adani mine despite Great Barrier Reef fears  Yahoo!Xtra1 month ago Australia backs controversial mine  BBC1 month ago

Natural attenuation processes of Arsenic in the groundwater of Brahmaputra floodplain of Assam, India

Natural attenuation of higher arsenic (As) concentration in the groundwater of Brahmaputra valley of Assam, can be a viable options for its remediation. The assessment of attenuation capacities in the aquifers was done using three sediments core ...
 RSC1 week ago

NGO seeks to kick the butts from the garbage too

Nagpur: Every year, Indians smoke more than a 100 billion cigarettes and bidis. The butts of these sticks are usually tossed away in the garbage without much thought. A group of doctors has raised concern about this, pointing out that these remnants ...
 Times of India2 hours ago

How One Female Lawyer In India Is Fighting For Women's Basic Rights

Olivia Arthur, Magnum Photo Agency Karuna Nundy, a Supreme Court advocate who specializes in human rights litigation, has been involved in some of India's most divisive and difficult cases. Im a great believer in deliberative democracy; ...
 Huffington Post12 hours ago

This 24-Year-Old Delhi Guy Who Adopted And Developed A Tribal Village In Karnataka Is An Inspiration For Entire Young India

When Rahul Prasad, final-year student of RV College of Engineering, first visited Bhadrapura, a small village 3km off Mysuru Road, in Ramanagara district, he wasn't even 20. Facebook He remembers going there with toothbrushes, soaps and ...
 Indiatimes15 hours ago This 24-Year-Old Delhi Guy Who Uplifted An Entire Tribal Village In Karnataka Is An Inspiration For Entire Young India  Indiatimes14 hours ago

Rural distress: Madhya Pradesh faces the brunt of monsoon failure

Most farmers depend on rainwater for farming; depleting groundwater has exacerbated the matters. Image: Monsoon 2015 marks a period when India suffered back-to-back droughts, a phenomenon which had happened only four times in the past 100 years. Photograph: Reuters     Farmers across India are faced with a multitude of problems, posing a serious challenge to the country's development narrative. Cotton and basmati rice growers in Punjab, sugarcane farmers in west Uttar Pradesh are ...
 Rediff.com19 hours ago

Yettinaholey project is detrimental to South India: Expert

The Yettinaholey water diversion project, if implemented, will cause irreparable damage to the Western Ghat region in Karnataka, according to SG Mayya, hydrologist and retired professor from National Institute of Technology Karnataka. Addressing ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago Yettinaholey project will affect southern India as a whole: Expert  Hindu Business Line1 day ago
Gulf News

Choking Air, Melting Glaciers: How Global Warming is Changing India

Its Himalayan glaciers are melting fast, its agricultural heartland is drying up and its capital is choking on the world's filthiest air. Yet India's government is one of the few major economies refusing to pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions, ...
 Sudan Vision Daily4 days ago Global warming takes toll on India's health & wealth  Gulf Time UAE1 week ago How global warming is changing India  Haveeru Daily Online1 week ago Melting glaciers, sinking coastlines, stunted farming: How global warming is hurting India  Firstpost.com1 week ago
Hindustan Times

All industries will have to take NOC to draw groundwater: CGWA guidelines

NEW DELHI: All industries that draw groundwater for their operations will now have to take a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) to extract groundwater. The CGWA has revised its 2012 guidelines on ...
 Times of India6 days ago Enforcement challenge ahead for new groundwater usage norms  Hindustan Times1 week ago New ground water usage guidelines may hit industries  Smart Investor1 week ago New groundwater usage guidelines may hit industries  Smart Investor1 week ago
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