Daraune Pokhari in Dapcha, Kashikhanda of Kavre district was so deep that very few people dared to venture near the pond. They would not even let their cattle wander near the pond.

Bhopal: Following the 90s' model of conservation of lake in Sagar district, Madhya Pradesh water conservation ministry is now contemplating the idea of digging and deepening the lakes for water con

Nashik: Developers often lure gullible buyers by showcasing fancy, eco-friendly provisions like rainwater harvesting, garbage chutes and solar power heating; but when it actually comes down to it,

Water scarcity is not restricted to the plains as is generally perceived, but is also seriously affecting many areas in the Himalayan heights that remain snow-bound for a large part of the year.

Urging people to conserve water, union Minister for Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Uma Bharti on Monday said water conservation is essential for country's sustainable dev

Disasters challenge system capacities and human intelligence and in most cases bring out the best of human capabilities in dealing with sudden shock with creative and constructive thinking. This is particularly true of South Asia, an area which has experienced a disproportionate share of global disasters. The South Asian journey of recovery after disasters is a testament to the will and ingenuity its citizens, who despite insurmountable odds have managed to rebound after such catastrophes.

In case of failure in granting building permits within 30 days, construction can start based on deemed permissions, said Union minister Venkaiah Naidu.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vikrant Kumar Tongad Vs. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. dated 23/03/2016 regarding rain water harvesting systems in hotels, hospitals and malls.

An Act to provide for efficient use of water and its conservation and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. This Act may be called the Delhi Water Conservation Act, 2016.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Management of Water Resources, 10/03/2016. The National Water Policy, 2012 was adopted by the National Water Resources Council (NWRC) headed by the Hon’ble Prime Minister, with Chief Ministers of all States as Members, at its Meeting held on 28th December, 2012.