Joint committees have been constituted to find out hotels, marriage/banquet halls, resorts, guest houses in Lucknow, Agra, Meerut, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Bareilly, Varanasi, Jhansi and Gorakhpur abstracting groundwater without NOC from the competent authority.

This publication on Youth and Water Security in Africa, which comprises 25-refereed articles co-authored by youth including female scientists primarily from Africa, derives from collaboration among UNESCO, the African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) and the International Science Council (ISC) Regional Office for Africa (ROA

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Varun Vs Central Pollution Control Board & Others dated 18/08/2022.

A Bill further to amend the Goa Ground Water Regulation Act, 2002 (Act 1 of 2002). This Act may be called the Goa Ground Water Regulation (Amendment) Act, 2022. It extends to the whole of the State of Goa.

The SDG indicator 6.3.2 (SDG 632) methodology helps countries to report on ambient water quality in a consistent and straightforward manner and has undergone several iterations since conception in 2016.

Report filed before the National Green Tribunal (NGT) containing revised directions issued by the Central Pollution Control Board in OA No. 661 of 2018 (Praveen Kakkar Vs MoEF&CC & Others).

Factual and action taken report by joint committee comprising the Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board, District Magistrate, Indore Commissioner, Indore Municipal Corporation and Member Secretary, Central Ground Water Authority in compliance to the National Green Tribunal order, March 29, 2022.

Central Ground Water Board, North Central Region, Bhopal monitors ground water level in the state of Madhya Pradesh through a network of 1482 ground water monitoring dug wells and piezometers, four times in a year in order to bring out the spatial and temporal changes in the ground water regime.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Umang Diaries Ltd. Vs Kapil & Others dated 11/04/2022.

While groundwater accounts for 99 per cent of all running freshwater on Earth, it is often undervalued, mismanaged, and overexploited, according to this report published by the UNESCO.

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