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Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News Item Published in “Hindustan Times” dated 19.06.2015 Titled “Dirty flows your drinking water” authored by Ritam Haldar” with Vinod Kumar Jain Versus NCT of Delhi & Others.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mahanoy River Safety Society Vs State of Bihar & Others dated 26/08/2019 regarding construction of an administrative building in Khasra no. 118 falling within the prohibited area of Mahanoy river.

Many of the 115 countries and territories surveyed by the 2018/2019 UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) survey are taking steps to achieve SDG 6.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs Union of India & Others dated 23/08/2019 regarding Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) approval for setting up of demonstration unit of 4 TPD HCNG at DTC Rajghat Depot 1. The matter was adjourned to enable Manoj Mishra to approach the Monitoring Committee.

Madhya Pradesh has made its place in the second edition of Composite Water Management Index (CWMI) by NITI Aayog on August 23; report is aimed at strengthening efforts of Jal Shakti Department of Central Government.

The Blue Peace Index examines the extent to which countries and basins are managing their shared water resources in a sustainable, equitable and collaborative manner. The index is a tool for understanding challenges and opportunities for improving transboundary water cooperation and management of shared water resources.

This brief summarizes findings from the first international comparative assessment on the extent to which various national-level legal frameworks recognize the freshwater rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities, as well as the specific rights of women to use and govern community waters.

The FAO Land & Water Division launched a new publication and e-learning course on SDG Indicator 6.4.1 - 'Change in water-use efficiency over time'. The new publication, which is the second of a new series of water resources papers on SDG 6.4, is intended to provide suggestions for the interpretation of the indicator 6.4.1.

This report is designed for those working in the fields of water resources management and natural resources conservation who want to consider new patterns of source water protection in light of ongoing climate change.

This publication explores the potential of the Meghna River as an alternative water source for Dhaka. It also describes the fragile state of the city’s current drinking water supply due to increasing demand and surface contamination.

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