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Assam's Embankments: Crores Washed Away

The Narayanguri embankment in Assam's Baksa district has been washed away thrice since 2004 due to floods. Like the last two times, it's being rebuilt once again to protect human settlements. As villagers suffer year after year due to floods in ... NDTV, 3 weeks ago

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Indiatimes, 1 month ago

As Gurgaon Drowns, Haryana Searches For Mythical River Saraswati

As its flagship Millenium City Gurgaon struggles to stay afloat in the monsoons, the Haryana government, instead of focusing on creating better urban drainage systems, is focusing on a project to revive the mythical Saraswati river. Efforts to ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago

Up for an amendment, MWRRA Act remains disappointing: Experts

The amendment to the MWRRA Act, which regulates water conflicts, is up for discussion in the current session of the state Assembly. (FILE PHOTO) Body to ensure equitable water distribution full of bureaucrats, dependent on subordinate WRD for ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago
Times of India

Rain not enough to end drought

Pune: Torrential rain over some areas in the last few days has helped soothe the parched state, but experts advise that this will not end the spate of droughts. Those in the know point out that lack of rainfall does not necessarily lead to a ...
 Times of India1 month ago

The Simple Irrigation System Thats Been Helping A Village In Assam Fight Drought For Centuries

While the whole of India was reeling under a spate of drought, the Baksa district in Assam was reaping three crops a year. The farmers are oblivious to drought and are taken by surprise when asked if they are affected by climate change. Thanks to ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago The Simple Irrigation System That's Been Helping A Village In Assam Fight Drought For Centuries  Indiatimes1 month ago

Ajit Pawar's cousin got 200 cr unviable project

Nagpur: Former irrigation minister and NCP top leader Ajit Pawar not only created conflict of interest by going ahead with approving a fresh cost estimate for the Aashti lift irrigation scheme (LIS) after his cousin Jagdish Kadam wrote a letter to ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Asia be dammed: Are Asian countries too late in scrambling to harness hydropower?

Only 41GW of hydro potential are being used. Reliability of hydropower projects are questioned amidst threats of increasingly frequent droughts and floods and intensifying climate change. When the average of hydropower projects dropped to ...
 Asian Power1 month ago

Streamlining solution to water woes

Ambil Odha in the city is an example of how a viable water stream has deteriorated. PIC: DHANANJAY HELWADE City-based environmentalists to map water streams in and around the city to gauge changes over years, deal with encroachment and garbage ...
 Pune Mirror2 months ago
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