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Let's talk about groundwater, our water lifeline in the future

Parineeta Dandekar is the associate co-ordinator of SANDRP and member of Freshwater Fisheries Specialist Network, IUCN. DNA, 1 month ago
Land of several rivers DNA, 4 weeks ago

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Farmers turn to sugarcane in dry region

Aurangabad: Marathwada farmers have gone back to sugar cane cultivation after the bountiful rainfall this monsoon, with the authorities expecting a 30% surge in the area under the water-guzzling crop. After three consequent years of drought, the ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Financial Express

Sharing The Waters Of The Cauvery: An Alternative Vision And Approach

A Joint Statement from Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and other places on the Cauvery. We, a group of concerned citizens, deeply distressed by the escalating conflicts and the deteriorating public discourse over the sharing of the Cauvery, believe that an ...
 The Logical Indian1 month ago Rising water wars between Indian states  Meri News1 month ago India must change attitude to water to avoid looming crisis  ProKerala.com1 month ago 'India must change attitude to water to avoid looming crisis'  NetIndia123.com1 month ago
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State buries head in sand; to auction Ujani backwaters for more mining

Environmentalists raise biodiversity alarm as 7 sites chosen for auction include flamingo haven Kumbhargaon; drilling may cost locals tourism livelihood The state mining department's new revenue aspirations from sand mining may drill deep into the ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago

food for thought

With the rains beginning to recede, the long, dry season now lies ahead for farmers in Assam. This is the time when irrigation support would have been invaluable to work their fields. In some parts of the State, farmers will make do with shallow ...
 SentinelAssam.com1 month ago
Times of India

Experts question water availability for Marathwada irrigation project

AURANGABAD: Even if the state government has announced financial boost to Krishna-Marathwada irrigation project, a section of water experts continue to have doubts over the multi-crore scheme, raising serious questions about the availability of ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Using rivers as tools to end terrorism doesn't hold water

Diplomatic and military strategies, by definition, are not decided through public debates. So the controversy over abrogating Indus waters treaty with Pakistan seems more an attempt at sending threatening signals. But it will have multiple ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago CHENAB : Using Rivers as Tools to End Terrorism Doesnt Hold Water  4 Traders2 months ago
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