India Water Week 2016
Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, Government of India organises an annual policy and technology showcase event ‘India Water Week’.
On behalf of the Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, National Water Development Agency and Central Water Commission invite you to be a part of Water Week (IWW) 2016 to be organised from April 4 to April 8, 2016 on the theme ‘Water for all: Striving together’. continue reading
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Why belittle Bhakra?
THE Bhakra Dam, Nehru’s temple of modern India, is under attacks from pseudo environmentalists. These self-appointed experts have been, for the past two decades, unleashing a venomous propaganda against India’s major water resource development projects within and outside the country. continue reading
NEW DELHI/KATHMANDU: India is set to offer Nepal a landmark pact to help develop its huge hydro-electric power potential as the South Asian giant takes another step to re-assert influence among smaller neighbours where China has been forging closer ties. continue reading
Indian Water Resources Society, Delhi and India Water Partnership are organising one day interactive session on “Need of the Hour in Water Resources Sector” on 20-06-14. Venue: CWC auditorium, Library building, Sector-1, R K Puram, New Delhi. Members are requested to join and confirm participation. continue reading
The author has trashed the real issues before the nation and questions the developmental approaches by baselessly arguing that “The forces of free market capitalism and the insatiable ‘developmental’ demand for energy will trump all environmental concerns as well as anxieties about the Ganga”. Water Resources community is dismayed and disappointed at the ill founded views of a former bureaucrat who was at the helm of affairs during earlier governments. It also cannot agree with faddist and impressionistic arguments and viewpoints . continue reading
- Water availability and requirement:-
As per the report of the National Commission on Integrated Water Resources Development (NCIWRD-1999), India has roughly four percent of the world’s fresh water resources. India receives an average precipitation of about 1170 mm which corresponds to an annual precipitation of 4000 BCM. continue reading
The idea of leaving a better planet for the next generation is adorable, but not at the cost of wiping out the present generation
As per media reports, the Union Government has eased green norms for building strategically important infrastructure projects along India’s border with China. Find top casino NZ by onlinecasinokiwi.com professional team. This decision will give a major boost to the construction of a number of border road projects etc that have been awaiting environmental clearances for long. continue reading