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How India's Subsidized Farms Have Created A Water Crisis
Public Radio International

Report: Indians Spent $150 Million for Water Purifiers

Indian consumers are becoming increasing concerned about their drinking water; they see ground water deteriorating in many parts of the country and water increasingly becoming a source of waterborne diseases. At the same time, growing disposable ... APPLIANCE Magazine, 4 days ago
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Sri Lanka Island

Letters: Water under the bridge

This refers to the editorial "Water security" (July 2). India extracts more groundwater than any other country. As a global average, 56 per cent of fresh-water withdrawals are used for agriculture. However, in India this figure is as high as 90 per ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago 30 rivers can be linked across India in 10 years if states agree, says Water Resources Minister Uma Bharati  Sri Lanka Island3 days ago Safe and Secure Water Supply in India  Mining Technology3 weeks ago Wastewater reuse: Key to securing India's water future  Moneycontrol.com4 weeks ago
Interaksyon

Coke plant in India ordered closed for extracting too much groundwater

InterAksyon.com The online news portal of TV5 LUCKNOW - Authorities in northern India have ordered the closure of a Coca-Cola bottling plant at the center of protests that it is extracting too much groundwater, an official said Wednesday. An ...
 Interaksyon1 month ago Victory for Activists: Coca-Cola Forced to Shut Bottling Plant  RINF.com1 week ago Coca-Cola Forced To Shut Bottling Plant in India  CorpWatch1 week ago Coke plant in India closed over pollution  Russia Today1 month ago
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Homeland Security News Wire

Groundwater levels dip alarmingly in north India

The severe depletion of groundwater in the key north Indian states of Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana as well as the national capital Delhi has continued apace since it was mapped five years ago using a novel remote sensing technology, say NASA and ...
 Eco-Business1 month ago Groundwater Depletion Is Increasing  Fars News Agency4 days ago The rate at which groundwater reservoirs are being depleted is increasing  PhysOrg.com5 days ago Depleting groundwater: LMC for rain harvesting  Times of India1 month ago
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TMC Net

Execution of reproduction of the mineral resource base of groundwater [TendersInfo (India)]

E Execution of reproduction of the mineral resource base of groundwater [TendersInfo (India) (TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) An open tender: Execution of reproduction of the mineral resource base of groundwater at the expense of ...
 TMC Net2 days ago United States : IBM Collaboration Harnesses Power of Big Data to Help Manage Complex Watersheds [TendersInfo (India)]  TMC Net1 month ago Supply of automatic devices and related software in the project construction and reconstruction of network monitoring groundwater and surface water. [TendersInfo (India)]  TMC Net1 month ago
Reuters India

Depleting Indian water reservoirs need rains to prevent crop loss - govt

By Mayank Bhardwaj NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's reservoirs are depleting fast and monsoon rains need to pick up now if they are to have enough water to prevent a drop in output of major winter crops such as wheat and rapeseed that are sown from ...
 Reuters India7 hours ago Depleting water reservoirs need rains to prevent crop loss: Govt  Economic Times5 hours ago Water woes for jail inmates  The Telegraph1 month ago Water level dip worry for tillers  The Telegraph1 month ago
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The Green Revolution is erroneous?

The Green Revolution has changed life in Indian villages, but the main beneficiaries were the landlords. Daily labourers remain poor and marginalised. The limits of using ever more fertiliser and pesticides are becoming apparent. Many farmers are confused ...
 Deccan Herald22 hours ago

Sustainable Development: An Agenda for India

Over the next 18 months, the world is set to witness three major international events that could be potentially game-changing in efforts aimed at addressing global warming. The first would be the UN Summit next September revolving around the post ...
 Huffington Post2 days ago

In sand, the grain of life

The spectacular growth of the construction industry has had unintended consequences for every river in India today. The mining of sand which is an essential part of construction has often been in the news, largely due to the control of local ...
 The Hindu2 days ago
Spectrum Online

India Pledges $250 Million to Grid Improvements, Solar Power

Photo: Amit Dave/Reuters/Landov Workers carry a damaged photovoltaic solar panel at a Gujarat solar park under construction in April 2012. India recently committed millions of dollars to solar ...
 Spectrum Online3 days ago
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