CUTTACK: The row over river Mahanadi between Odisha and Chhattisgarh has reached the Orissa High Court which on Tuesday issued notices to the State Government and the Centre and directed them to fi

At a time when the dispute between Odisha and Chhattisgarh is raging on over sharing of the Mahanadi water, it has come as a blessing in disguise for Odisha to further up its ante against the Centr

The Clean Environment Cess proposed in the Budget is likely shoot up Coal India's average notified coal price by around 20 per cent.

A total of 12 projects of Coal India Limited (CIL) got environmental clearance in 2015, the Lok Sabha was informed on Thursday.

Dynamics of heavy metals such as Fe, Mn, Zn, Cr, Cu, Co, Ni, Pb, and Cd in surface water of Mahanadi River estuarine systems were studied taking 31 different stations and three different seasons. This study demonstrates that the elemental concentrations are extremely variable and most of them are higher than the World river average. Among the heavy metals, iron is present at highest concentration while cadmium is at the least.

Odisha has declined permission to the proposal of a 54-km link canal for diversion of 85 million cubic metre water from Mahanadi to Tandula dam in neighbouring Chhattisgarh.

The newly constituted Task Force on Inter-Linking Rivers will look afresh at all the proposed links to evaluate their feasibility, particularly in maintaining a balance between environment and deve

Global agricultural production is heavily sustained by irrigation, but irrigation system efficiencies are often surprisingly low. However, our knowledge of irrigation efficiencies
is mostly confined to rough indicative estimates for countries or regions that do not account for spatio-temporal heterogeneity due to climate and other biophysical dependencies. To allow for refined estimates of global agricultural water use, and of water saving and water productivity potentials constrained by biophysical processes

As both surface and ground water of large parts of Angul and Dhenkanal district is polluted due to coalmines, power plants, aluminium and steel industries, concerned citizens, social activists, law

The Mahanadi and the Brahmani rivers flow around 250 km in Angul and Dhenkanal district.