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About 874 results for "Groundwater Of India"

DMRC will reply to NGT on groundwater extraction near Lal Quil...

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 ... ASSOCHAM, 1 day ago

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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 months ago India's growing water footprint not sustainable, say experts  Eco-Business4 days ago Water, water, everywhere  Livemint.com6 days ago Need to recycle water? Give the ground first shot at it  PhysOrg.com1 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 ...
 EcoSeed6 days ago Give the public a role in Clean Ganga project, says Rajendra Pachauri  Reuters2 days ago Groundwater linked to human evolution, says study  Prokerala1 week ago Groundwater may have helped ancestors to thrive, evolve  NewKerala.com1 week ago
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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 Standard3 weeks ago

Franklin Electric acquires 70% stake in India's Pluga Pumps

Pluga designs, manufactures and distributes groundwater motor and pumping equipment, including submersible pumps. The company has a newly built facility in Vadodara and 11 branch offices throughout India. Pluga had revenues of approximately US$13 ...
 World Pumps1 month ago Franklin Electric Acquires Pluga Pumps, Wadcorpp India  Deal Curry1 month ago Franklin Electric : Acquires Pluga Pumps, Wadcorpp India  4 Traders1 month ago

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 months ago

Mideast players seek India solar technology

Related Groundwater depletion harms date farms DEWA employees save authority over AED8m JEDDAH - Key developers and EPCs from the Middle East will be holding talks with the technocrats of Indian solar companies at the upcoming INDIASOL 2014 on Oct.
 Zawya.com1 month ago

India's farmers turn to technology

It's the end of the monsoon season in India. But it's not been a good year. During the sowing and planting season, when water was needed the most, rain was largely absent. Now it's nearly harvest time and it has been raining heavily. But for ...
 BBC8 hours ago India may not weather the poor monsoon  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Farmers in Distress

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed anguish over suicides by farmers, whose condition has not improved despite the high rate of economic growth. The reason for this distressing state of affairs is that economic policies are badly ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star6 hours ago Farmer in distress  ACQ Magazine6 days ago
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DMRC denies unauthorised groundwater extraction near Red Fort

Rubbishing allegations that Delhi Metro is "unauthorisedly" extracting groundwater during construction of an underground station in the Lal Qila area here, DMRC Managing Director Mangu Singh said no expert can claim that the work has done any harm to the ...
 Zee News1 day ago Water drawn near Lal Qila: Metro to reply  Times of India4 days ago Pay for groundwater: NGT to water units  Times of India3 weeks ago Extraction of water near Lal Qila: NGT seeks DMRC's response  IBN Live4 days ago
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