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India's groundwater drops to critical levels

India's groundwater tables are plunging at an alarming rate with reserves in some states dwindling to critical levels, according to the latest report from the Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) the apex body under the Ministry of WaterResources. ... Eco-Business, 1 week ago

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Solar desalination technology could solve India's drinking water woes

Off-grid Indian communities with salty groundwater could get potable water through a proposed solar technique. Illustration: Christine Daniloff/MITIllustration: Christine Daniloff/MIT A solar powered desalination technology known as ...
 EcoSeed1 month ago Solar-powered desalination could boost drinking water supply  Environmental Monitor3 weeks ago Federal Minister Approves $2.2bn Rail...  Business review Australia3 weeks ago Modi, world leaders to attend Jay-Z, Sting event at Central Park  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Farmers Fight Coca-Cola as India's Groundwater Dries Up

Savitri Rai winces as she recounts how police beat her when she protested against groundwater extraction at a Coca-Cola Co. "We have to dig ever deeper wells," the 60-year-old said outside her mud house in Mehadiganj village in Uttar Pradesh ...
 BusinessWeek2 weeks ago Farmers Fight Coca-Cola Over Groundwater  Environmental Leader1 week ago Farmers Fight Coca-Cola as Groundwater Dries Up: Corporate India  Washington Post2 weeks ago India farmers fight Coca-Cola as their groundwater disappears  Digital Journal2 weeks ago
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DMRC will reply to NGT on groundwater extraction near Lal Quila: DMRC chief, Mangu Singh India loses 1% GDP in natural disasters: Head/Scientist, Department of Science & Technology

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will reply to the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on the issue of damage caused to water bodies near Lal Quila area due to extraction of groundwater during construction of an underground station, managing ...
 ASSOCHAM1 month ago DMRC denies unauthorised groundwater extraction near Red Fort  Zee News1 month ago
Business Standard

Monsoon break might continue for next 10 days in many parts of India

ven paddy production could take a beating in these areas, as prolonged break in rains could increase the reliance on groundwater. According to the latest forecast by Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), reduced monsoon activity might continue over ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
Down to Earth

Land subsidence is serious

India depends heavily on groundwater. But overextraction can cause the land to sink. A recent study found that signs of land subsidence are already evident in Kolkata. The Central Ground Water Board has signed anMoU with the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing ...
 Down to Earth3 weeks ago

Delhi Jal Board supplying contaminated water, say Bhalaswa colony residents

Press Trust of India | October 19, 2014 09:52 AM New Delhi: Residents of north-west Delhi's Bhalaswa resettlement colony have complained about the alleged supply of contaminated water by Delhi Jal Board (DJB) and claimed it has ...
 IBNLive India News5 days ago 1,155 illegal borewells sealed till Aug 31: Delhi govt to NGT  Business Standard India1 month ago Pay for groundwater: NGT to water units  Times of India2 months ago NGT directs Delhi Gymkhana Club to pay Rs 10 lakhs for  Business Standard India4 weeks ago

Rs15cr arrears: HC asks Goa govt why

PIL On Groundwater Abuse
 Times of India1 week ago
Slate Magazine

Intensifying Cyclone About to Strike India

Heavy cyclone rain in Berhampur city in 2013. Photo by ASIT KUMAR/AFP/ India is springing into action as calamity approaches its doorstep. Hudhud—a storm the size and potentially the strength of last year's Phailin—is now just a day ...
 Slate Magazine1 week ago
International Business Times UK

Indian Activists Challenge Billionaire Gautam Adani's Australian Coal Project

Mumbai-based Conservation Action Trust moves the Land Court of Queensland. Indian activists challenge approval of billionaire Gautam Adani's $15.5bn Austalian coal project.Reuters An Indian environment group has challenged the approval of ...
 International Business Times UK2 weeks ago
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