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Ganga Manthan tomorrow: National meet to debate over river cleaning
Indian Express

National River: Ganga

Image: Chaitanya Dinesh Surpur Why was it made a national symbol? The Ganga is India's longest river (2,525 km) and is considered the holiest of rivers by Hindus. It was declared a national river by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in 2008 in ... Forbes India, 56 minutes ago
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Times of India

Ganga body transferred to water resources ministry

The government has formally transferred its nodal agency – National Ganga River Basin Authority (NGRBA) – from the environment ministry to water resources ministry.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Govt transfers NGRBA to water resources ministry  Economic Times2 weeks ago Water Ministry Gets 'Clean Ganga' Task Officially  New Indian Express2 weeks ago MoEF depts for Ganga transferred to Water Ministry  Indian Express2 weeks ago
India Today

National Ganga River Basin Authority approves sewage treatment plant at Bithoor

KANPUR: A team of (NGRBA) met the officials of Kanpur Development Authority on Wednesday evening and expressed interest in the River Front Development Project. NGRBA team had also approved a proposal to set up a which will cost Rs 60 crores. The ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Ganga basin authority not up to the mark, says govt  India Today4 weeks ago Development and Rejuvenation of Ganga  PIB1 month ago Float And Cruise  Outlook India1 month ago

NGRBA shifted from environment to water resources ministry

The National Ganga River Basin Authority (NGRBA) has been transferred to the ministry of water resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation from the environment ministry. An official statement said NGRBA, including the mission directorate, ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago NGRBA shifted from Environment Ministry to Water Resources  Business Standard2 weeks ago NGRBA recommends new legislation for the river management  Times of India1 month ago
International Business Times India

India Released ₹1,230 Crore for Cleaning Ganga in Last 29 Years

Union Minister for Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Uma Bharti addressing the National Conference on "Preserving Rivers in India," in New Delhi on 25 June, 2014. (A file photo) PIB The Union government and Uttar Pradesh ...
 International Business Times India4 weeks ago Hindi name of water resources ministry changed  ZeeNews.com6 days ago Centre Plans for 3 Inter-State River-Linking Projects  International Business Times India2 weeks ago Interlinking of rivers will not be done blindly, says Uma Bharti  NewKerala.com1 month ago
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Eurasia Review

Can Mere Australian Lessons Help Develop Ganga Basin? Analysis

By By Paula Hanasz Australia has a worldwide reputation for developing a basin-wide river management regime that successfully balances agricultural and domestic uses with environmental flows and cultural rights of the Indigenous ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago
Indian Express

Will Narendra Modi be able to infuse new life into dead Ganga?

Cleaning up of the Ganga found top slot in Budget 2014 - Narendra Modi government's maiden Budget and special emphasis was laid on cleaning the 2,525-km river. Even a separate ministry for the river Ganga under Uma Bharti was formed. But on ...
 Oneindia6 days ago How do you plan to clean Ganga, what's the roadmap: SC asks govt  Indian Express6 days ago CAN WE SAVE THE GANGA?  The Statesman3 weeks ago Funds for Cleaning Ganga  PIB1 month ago
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India Today

SC Asks Centre to Apprise About Steps Taken For Cleaning Ganga

The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to apprise it about the steps taken for cleaning up of the river Ganga for which the NDA government has created a new ministry. A bench, comprising justices T S Thakur and Adarsh Kumar Goel, has sought the ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago Spell out steps taken to clean river Ganga: SC asks Centre  India Today2 weeks ago Supreme Court asks Centre to apprise about steps taken for cleaning Ganga  DNA India2 weeks ago U'khand govt apprises SC of Ganga situation  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Rediff.com

48 Industrial Units Polluting Ganga Asked to Close Down

Directions have been issued to about 48 industrial units polluting River Ganga to close down, the Rajya Sabha was informed today. The Ministry of Environment & Forests has identified 764 grossly polluting industries discharging 501 million litres ...
 Outlook India1 month ago 764 firms polluting Ganga; 48 told to shut down: Govt  Rediff.com1 month ago
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International Business Times India

Ganga's Infrastructural Rejuvenation Threat to Aquatic Lives, Sewage Treatment Essential: Environmentalists

Environmentalists claim that Ganga's pollution level, which is already high enough to harm human health, will deteriorate if barrages are built every 100 kms. Reuters Narendra Modi government's proposal to rejuvenate river Ganga as a water ...
 International Business Times India1 month ago Pollution in holy river to be discussed in 'Ganga Manthan'  Times of India1 month ago Existence of Ganga in danger, claims Environment Scientist  IndiaTV News2 months ago
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