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BENGALURU: Come September, bikers will ride a route tracing the flow of the Cauvery from Talacauvery in the state to Thiruvarur in Tamil Nadu, creating awareness about a sustainable solution to pre

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of H. P. Rajanna Vs Union of india & Others dated 19/07/2019 regarding construction of highrise residential apartment project in municipal khata number 4131 comprised in Survey Nos. 61/2, 62 and 63/2, Kasavanahalli Village, Varthur Hobli, Bengaluru East taluk, Bengaluru District by Wonder Projects Development Pvt. Ltd. and Godrej Properties Ltd.

Madhya Pradesh has registered its opposition with Narmada Water Dispute Tribunal for neglecting interest of the State in benefits from Narmada river water share among partner States.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Traditional and Modern System of Rain Water Harvesting, 18/07/2019. Central Ground Water Board is periodically monitoring the ground water levels throughout the Country on a regional scale, through a network of monitoring wells.

Chennai: The Madras high court has directed Tiruvallur collector to explain why action has not been taken against district authorities, including district revenue officer (DRO), for failing to impl

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Depleting Ground Water, 18/07/2019. The Dynamic Ground Water Resources of the country are being periodically assessed jointly by Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) and State Governments.

New report suggests it can be an investment opportunity over next 15 years

TRICHY: A state-level conference to discuss the ill-effects of plastics on environment was held on the National College campus here on Sunday.

Trichy: As a few of the borewells supplying drinking water to Karur town go dry by further deepening water crisis over the past few weeks, Karur municipality has been identifying places for digging

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Nav Yuva Sanghatan & Others Vs The Secretary, Narmada, Water Resources, Water Supply & Kalpsar Department & Others dated 11/07/2019 regarding damage to environment in the area of Tapi river at Surat in Gujarat caused by illegal construction activities, dumping of waste, dredging, digging, illegal discharge of effluents and absence of demarcation of blue line and red line in the river bed by the Irrigation Department.

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