C. Gouridasan Nair

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government is planning to amend the Kerala Groundwater Act 2002 to put curbs on indiscriminate use of groundwater.

By Ginny Hill

Yemen is projected to be the first Arab country that will use up all of its groundwater, but no-one knows exactly when the water table will dry out for human use.

In a race to shape public opinion, the government has developed a national mascot to encourage water conservation.

Visakhapatnam, Sept. 7: An expert study has revealed that groundwater in the coastal areas of the state is slowly turning salty. Unless urgent remedial action is taken, the farmers of the area would face crop failure and attendant financial crisis. The hydro geochemistry study was conducted by a group from the environmental science department of the Gitam University.

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Sadra (Gandhinagar):


By Rashme Sehgal

New Delhi,Aug. 17: An RTI filed by the Yamuna Jiye Abhiyan (YJA) with the Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) has highlighted that quasi-government organisations are illegally extracting huge quantities of water from the Yamuna flood plain.

Smriti Kak Ramachandran

Considering the complexity of the problem and in order to compare the estimates, we have adopted a similar methodology for the estimation of water utilization as that of the NCA

The research account by Garg and Hassan on water scarcity in India is based on the tables and figures of the Central Water Commission (CWC), Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) and National Commission on Agriculture (NCA) which were published during 1976

Kurukshetra: Taking a serious note of declining ground water level in the State, Agriculture Minister Harmohinder Singh Chattha on Saturday said if the farmers did not stop cultivating

Low on water Little groundwater recharging a cause groundwater level in Dhaka has dropped to 61.18m below the surface putting the sprawling metropolis at