The overall deteriorating water situation in Noida both in terms of quantity and quality highlights the need for immediate interventions by way of using local water resources.

Welcoming the debate on the assumptions underpinning water resource monitoring in India triggered by the Mihir Shah Committee report, the authors suggest that the proposed National Water Commission should focus on providing integrated data and science to help water managers and policymakers, avoiding getting directly involved in planning or regulation.

Sustainable participatory watershed management is an approach promoted by the Ethiopian government to restore natural resources and agricultural productivity across the country.

The Standing Committee on Water Resources (2016-2017) present the Eleventh Report on the Action Taken by Government on the Observations / Recommendations contained in the Fifth Report (Sixteenth Lok Sabha) of the Standing Committee on Water Resources on the subject “Review of Ground Water Scenario, need for a comprehensive policy and measures to

This study presents some lessons from a selection of IUCN interventions in dryland areas that have adapted to a greater or lesser extent to the conditions of drylands, notably focusing on water management to deal with scarcity and variability.

Ground Water Year Book is based on the information generated by monitoring of ground water observation wells of NCT-Delhi during the field Season of 2015-16. The water requirement in National Capital Territory of Delhi is increasing at a rapid pace mainly due to ever increasing population and its associated demands.

GURGAON: The forest department is planning to conduct a detailed study of the movement of leopards and their habitat in the Aravalis, to prepare a comprehensive conservation and protection manageme

City corporation will execute rooftop fibre tank method of rainwater harvesting only in selected wards in its initial phase on an experimental basis.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM : State government has approved the guidelines for well recharge scheme to be implemented as part of Mahatma Gandhi national rural employment guarantee scheme.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Depletion in Ground Water Level, 17/11/2016. Ground water is primarily being used for irrigation, drinking and industrial purposes. Due to growing urbanization, industrialization and population, ground water levels in various parts of the Country are declining. Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) under the Ministry of Water Resources, RD & GR carries out ground water monitoring, four times a year, on regional scale through a network of observation wells in the Country including Chhattisgarh.