Jaipur's Man Sagar - How it got restored within 5 years (2005-10).

This paper is part of research on Urban Lake Governance in India which includes in-depth case study of Mansagar Lake Governance. The focus of the paper is on people's perception on social and ecological aspects of Mansagar.

The Integrated Lake Eco-System Management has helped as a sustainable approach as well.

The Mansagar lake

View image A hospitality outfit attempts to restore Mansagar lake Located in the Jaipur-Amber tourist corridor, the Mansagar lake is called the Jal Mahal lake because it houses the 18th century

SC mining ban alone won

Tourism is priority; not ecology as the Rajasthan government prepares to award contracts for restoring Pichola lake near Udaipur

This paper focuses on the Bangalore wetland region as a case study and analyzes the current situation and scope of the conservation in the catchments area. The major threats to the Bangalore lake originate from human activity in the catchments, resulting in alterations in the water balance and water quality.

Men in uniform roll up sleeves to restore lake on february 1, the army was out in full strength in Bhopal. They were not out to tackle riots or terrorists but in response to the city administration

The most important water resources are wetlands like lakes and reservoirs. Apart from being sources of water, lakes are highly productive ecosystems. Coastal lakes like Chilika lake and inland lake like Ansupa lake, Orissa are very important water resources. Ansupa lake is the largest very old fresh water lake of Orissa. Realizing the importance of conserving the lake the State Govt.