Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of State of Karnataka & Others Vs State of Tamil Nadu dated 20/09/2016 regarding Cauvery water dispute. Supreme Court orders for the constitution of the Cauvery Management Board within four weeks and directs the State of Karnataka to release 6000 cusecs of water till the next date of hearing (27 September 2016).

Modifying its September 5 order, the Supreme Court on Sep 12, 2016 asked the Karnataka government to release 12,000 cusecs water to Tamil Nadu

This review covers the performance of Hydro-Electric Stations having installed capacity of more than 25 MW. As on 31st March, 2016 there were 676 H.E. generating
units installed in 194 Hydro-Electric Stations with an aggregate installed capacity of 42783.42 MW in operation. Performance of 31 important Reservoir based schemes has

Integrated water resource management serves as a foundation upon which the planning and implementation of climate resilience is being pursued in Bhutan.

A government-appointed panel examining a dispute over migration of gas from Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)-held blocks in the Bay of Bengal to adjacent fields of Reliance Industries (RIL) will submit its report to the Ministry of Petroleum by August 31.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Storage Capacity of Reservoirs, 04/08/2016. As per assessment made by Water Commission (CWC), live storage capacity of completed projects in the country in 2010 was about 253.388 Billion Cubic Meter (BCM) where as it was around 225.14 BCM in 2004.

India is one of the world's largest food producers, making the sustainability of its agricultural system of global significance. Groundwater irrigation underpins India's agriculture, currently boosting crop production by enough to feed 170 million people. Groundwater overexploitation has led to drastic declines in groundwater levels, threatening to push this vital resource out of reach for millions of small-scale farmers who are the backbone of India's food security.

The population of the golden mahseer, a popular freshwater sport and food fish, is going to prosper in the rivers of Himachal Pradesh, with the state fisheries department succeeding in breeding it

If you thought that ‘wasting’ that extra cup of water to wash your face when you could have used one was insignificant, think twice.

Even after the heavy rains that drenched East Africa in April, Makueni County in eastern Kenya remains dry – and it's not clear when increasingly elusive rainfall will come again.