Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Safal Bharat Guru Parampara Vs. State of Punjab & Ors. dated 11/08/2014 regarding the State of Punjab giving free electricity to the farmers and plantation of Eucalyptus trees resulting into inordinate consumption of the ground water reserves.

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ALLAHABAD: Twelve localities of the city are sitting on infectious disease keg owing to lack of proper chlorination of water supplied by Jal Nigam.

Area Hit Hard By Ban On Private Tankers

In order to benefit around 1.35 lakh residents, the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) today commissioned the 7.8-million litre capacity Qutubgarh Underground Reservoir (UGR) and Pumping Station.

A bloody clash between two groups of farmers in a Jind village over sharing of canal water left one person dead and six seriously injured.

Around 15 thousand indigenous people living in 80 punjee (betel plantation) villages under seven upazilas of the district are suffering from crisis of safe drinking water.

Highly ambitious water grid project on Ganga and Son rivers has received the much needed fillip since the Center had green signaled it about a month ago.

Tentative Action Plan to tackle drought like situation for arrangement of drinking water in affected districts the Rajasthan State.

Contingent plan for drought for the year 2014-15 (Odisha)

At least 428 people have been detected with arsenicosis, a slow poisoning disease leading to various complications, as massive arsenic contamination affects underground drinking water in different