The bill seeks to amend the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage (Amendment) Bill, 2016, for this purpose.

Water resources management is an important part in farming system development. Agriculture in Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh is predominantly rainfed with an average 2210 mm monsoonal rain, but rainfall during dry winter period (December–February) is inadequate for winter crop production. The natural soil water content (as low as 7 %) of hillslope and hilltop during the dry season is not suitable for shallow-rooted crop cultivation. A study was conducted to investigate the potential of monsoonal rainwater harvesting and its impact on local cropping system development.

Thane: The rainwater harvesting initiative in the city has failed to garner a good response from residents as the Thane Muncipal Corporation (TMC) has not received too many proposals for installing

The effects of global warming on water supply represent one of the greatest challenges for cities in the 21st century. City administrations are seeking ways to meet demand for water from growing populations while grappling with the issues presented by climate change - extreme rainfall and drought, rising sea levels and flooding.

Delhi Jal Board is likely to take over at least 100 waterbodies from various land owning agencies and work on their revival and restoration.

Set up in June 2010, Somaiya Vidyavihar’s Rs 10 lakh-rainwater harvesting project consists of 10-12 harvesting pits, distributed throughout the campus

Aurangabad: Hit by four consecutive droughts, some residents of the city have come together to install a variety of rainwater harvesting systems in their respective homes and private townships.

EFI invites residents’ welfare associations and volunteers to conduct workshops related to various aspects of conservation

‘Mazhathavalam’ to recharge district’s groundwater table

One lakh pits to be constructed under Rs.4.80-crore project of district panchayat

New Delhi: The ministry of urban development and poverty alleviation made rainwater harvesting mandatory in 2001 for all new buildings with a plot size of over100sq m by modifying the building byla