Is the Rs 13,500 crore Indirasagar dam another Narmada in the making? Despite protests, the project is on.

Water is important for economic development, and many parts of India already face issues of water scarcity. This study predicts that intensity of rainfall will increase under climate change. Issues such as water scarcity may also become more prevalent.

States slug it out over rivers

Faced with a barrage of criticism from the Opposition that it has failed to stop Andhra Pradesh from going ahead with the construction of "unauthorised" irrigation projects in the Krishna and Godav

Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee recently added five more members to the task force that has been entrusted with the job of linking the nation's rivers. They are R K Pachauri, director, Tata

In the present study, the temporal patterns of monsoon floods on five large rivers of the Deccan Peninsula have been investigated. Analyses of the long-term annual maximum discharge/state data, available for the last 100 years or so, show non-random behaviour in terms of distinct periods of high and low floods.

If energy, reforms and governance are addressed right, the Indian economy will be the largest by 2045
Given its extraordinary demographics and the unfulfilled demand for infrastructure and consumption combined with the hopes and predictions of responsible bankers such as Citibank and Goldman Sachs, India must know her strategy to keep growing at 10% and with sub-5% inflation to be the largest eco

Piyush Pandey MUMBAI

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