BHOPAL: One-third of wells analysed in Bhopal are reporting a decadal water level fluctuation.
As per the survey, 12.30 per cent of households had access to water “near” and not within their premises. Another 4.28 per cent had access to water “away” from their premises, it stated
AHMEDABAD: Figures released by the Union water resources ministry reveal that nearly 60% of wells in Gujarat have recorded water depletion over a decade.
Although Kerala has been a top rubber grower in India, the plant was first introduced in the Northeast by the regional forest department in the 1960s
Rivers have already started drying up
Following a Freedom of Information request by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), the federal government has reportedly agreed to publish details of spending and locations of
PATNA: A team of the Centre for Biological Sciences (CBS) at Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) has found two strains of bacteria that reduce the arsenic concentration in groundwater.
CHENNAI: Rapid industrialisation during the last few centuries have increased greenhouse gas emissions, leading to global warming.
Nagpur: Flaying the Maharashtra government for its failure to develop Lonar lake, the Nagpur bench of Bombay high court on Tuesday tersely asked what steps it had taken to promote the world heritag
The city-based NGO, Siruthuli’s efforts in construction of rainwater harvesting (RWH) structures in public places across the city has helped in improving the groundwater table, says a release.
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