The Maoists have been at the helm of the movement in Lalgarh right from its inception. Even as they organised the resistance to state repression, they put in place, at a rudimentary level, an alternative programme of development based on the people

Considering the potential of works carried out under NREGA for strengthening the livelihood resource base of marginalized groups of people provides good linkages with other development initiatives so that the coordinated work can lead them for sustainable livelihood support.

N R Pura,Nov 3,Deccan Herald News Service:

Taluk JD(S) President M R Ravishankar has alleged that the check dam, pipelines laid across Bhadra backwaters at Menasur village in N R Pura is of poor quality.

He alleged misappropriation of crores of rupees in the same project.

Joint Forest Management in the village Barwani which comes under Timarni tehsil and Timarni development block. The village is a forest village under range Rehatgaon.

K R Datye, a civil engineer by profession, worked for more than half a century on ideas for the water, energy and infrastructure sectors, ideas that were based on a vision for India of a sustainable, equitable and a democratic agro-industrial society. A critical appraisal of KRD

The broad objective of the report is to formulate technically viable proposal enabling funding agencies to implement a comprehensive and scientifically viable water conservation, artificial recharge and rain water harvesting program in the entire NCR, on loan/grant basis. The implementation strategy will have active community participation and awareness generation

Cement factories utilise huge natural resources and that includes water. Niranjan Mudholkar met Pearl Tiwari, VP (CSR), Ambuja Cements Ltd & director, Ambuja Cement Foundation to find out what her company is doing different at its several plants.

Creation of an integrated drainage facility suggested

Authorities urged not to change alignment of proposed subway on Lawrence Road

CUDDALORE: The Federation of All Residents

India yesterday invited a Bangladeshi delegation to see the construction of the planned Tipaimukh Dam on the River Barak, which environmentalists fear will eventually dry up the Meghna River in the greater Sylhet region.

The invitation came at a meeting between Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dipu Moni and visiting Indian Foreign Secretary Shiv Shankar Menon.

Kirpa and Tumair dams in the limits of Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) are in