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Environmental concerns force deferment of decision on Ken-Betwa river...
Hindustan Times

Ken-Betwa river link project's EIA inadequate and flawed, say ...

The Ken-Betwa link project is the first proposed river-linking project in the country. The project involves transferring 591 million cubic metres of surplus water in the Ken basin in UP through a 231.45-km canal to the Betwa river in MP. DNA, 1 day ago

Government to start Ken-Betwa river interlinking by December

The Shivraj Singh Chouhan government in Madhya Pradesh and the Akhilesh Yadav regime in UP have sorted out issues related to the project. NEW DELHI: The government is confident of starting the ambitious project of interlinking of rivers by December with the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

24 Tigers Might Be Homeless, Even Dead, If A River Linking Project Begins In December

Panna national park is home to 24 tigers, and the linking of rivers Ken and Betwa might destroy it. No environmental clearance, but there's still a possibility afp Which is why the project hasn't yet received environmental clearance in ...
 Indiatimes2 weeks ago DPR of Par-Tapi-Narmada link project expected by month end  DeshGujarat1 month ago 1st River Interlinking Project to Commence by End of 2015  New Indian Express1 month ago Modi government to link Ken, Betwa rivers by year-end  Economic Times1 month ago
Asia Times Online

India faces confluence of water management issues

A few months from now, India will launch a grand plan to address its water woes. It will begin the inter-linking of its rivers, a large-scale engineering intervention to shift water from the flood prone Brahmaputra and lower Ganga basins in eastern ...
 Asia Times Online1 week ago A garland of rivers across India  Livemint.com1 month ago Linking rivers won't...  The Echo Of India2 months ago "Linking rivers won't make India drought free"  Press Trust of India2 months ago
Hindustan Times

MP govt seeks clearance from wildlife board to de-notify prime tiger...

The Madhya Pradesh government has sought clearance from the state wildlife advisory board to de-notify 90 square kms of prime tiger habitat that would be submerged due to the construction of a dam as part of the ambitious Ken Betwa river link ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

Furious rivers enter homes in catchment areas

ALLAHABAD: Continuing with the rising trend for the fourth consecutive day, Ganga and Yamuna water entered into unauthorized colonies in the catchment area on Friday. While residents have started moving out to safer places, administration has ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Rising water threatens seasonal crops  Times of India1 month ago

Rain wreaks havoc in North, North-East

Death toll in states in northern and north-eastern India crossed 80 as heavy rain continued to lash them on Thursday. While 25 deaths were confirmed in Gujarat alone, two persons died in Odisha and the toll in Uttar Pradesh touched 55 with five more ...
 Deccan Herald4 weeks ago

Rising Ganga, Yamuna head to low-lying areas

ALLAHABAD: Ganga and Yamuna's water level rose suddenly on Wednesday and entered low-lying areas of Phaphamau, Naini and Daraganj threatening houses in catchment areas. The sudden increase in level was attributed to flooding of both rivers' ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Ganga, Yamuna water level on rise, low-lying areas under threat  Times of India1 month ago Ganga, Yamuna likely to swell  Times of India1 month ago Rising Ganga, Yamuna threaten low-lying areas  Times of India1 month ago

Road to mayhem: Infrastructure projects affect protected habitats

Why did the elephant cross the road? Because it had to. It's not a joke any more. As roads, highways, railway links and power lines eat into shrinking forest cover, tigers are coming up against trucks and elephants are being forced to cross ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Finally, MP's dream of sumptuous roads begins  New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago

Interlinking of rivers vital for water, food security: Minister

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS The Centre has stressed that the river interlinking programme was crucial for water and food security, and sought the cooperation of the States in implementing it. The Ken-Bewta link between Uttar ...
 The Hindu1 month ago River linking crucial for water security  The Hindu1 month ago
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