AHMEDABAD: Figures released by the Union water resources ministry reveal that nearly 60% of wells in Gujarat have recorded water depletion over a decade.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rajiv Narayan & Others Vs. Union of India & Others dated 15/01/2018 regarding groundwater withdrawal by M/s. Rathi Steel & Power, Uttar Pradesh.

DEHRADUN: After last year's furore over the extraction of ground water by a mineral water bottle factory from Jhilmil Jheel Conservation Reserve in Haridwar forest division, which is home to endang

Dehradun: The Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) officials from Uttarakhand have stated that there has been a steep rise in the number of commercial establishments here seeking permission for extrac

57% wells show decline in water levels; 20 districts record heavy metals over acceptable limits

GURUGRAM: The state government may be reluctant in declaring the Aravalis a forest, but a study by the Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) has revealed how important the Aravali aquifers are to the c

NEW DELHI: With temperatures soaring, the city is ever so eager in its wait for the monsoon.

With exception of 31 reservoirs in southern states where the water table has plummeted to 8% of their capacities, overall water tables in key reservoirs across the country have been at 21% of their

AHMEDABAD: Rajendra Singh, a water conservationist from Rajasthan and recipient of Stockholm Water Prize and Ramon Magsaysay Award, has warned that Gujarat may soon find itself in a water crisis if

Ahmedabad: As the state is waiting for the onset of monsoon, water management experts are worried about harnessing the maximum amount rainwater to replenish aquifers.