This publication on the conservation and management of India’s lakes and wetlands, as a follow-up of the 12th World Lake Conference. This publication will serve to be useful reference material for policymakers, implementing agencies, environmentalists and those of us who enjoy the diversity and beauty of India’s water bodies.
Ranchi, July 30: Jharkhand has embarked on a mammoth project to rejuvenate five dams and reservoirs that act as prime water sources for capital Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Hazaribagh and Chatra, a move that will also help the state tap central funds.
In the present scenario where the rains are delayed and most of Maharashtra has received very little rains, Mumbai will have to reduce its dependence on the adjacent districts for its water requirements. Moreover there is very little to no data available