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Category: water-harvesting
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Empowering Rural India 13.8.2005 Financial Express: Front Page
Empowering Rural India
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Harvest rainwater, get tax discount 10.8.2005 TOI: Cities
Harvest rainwater, get tax discount
MPs to be educated about water conservation 9.8.2005 New Kerala: India News
MPs to be educated about water conservation
Reservoir full of water, but not a drop for villagers 8.8.2005 New Kerala: India News
Reservoir full of water, but not a drop for villagers
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Bangladesh worried on river inter-linking project 2.8.2005 IndiaInfo.com
Bangladesh worried on river inter-linking project
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Rajasthan : Media campaign brings hope to desert 11.7.2005 India Together
Rajasthan : Media campaign brings hope to desert
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Editorial : Water - heartening signs 11.7.2005 India Together
Editorial : Water - heartening signs
Karnataka : Water procession brings mindset change 6.7.2005 India Together
Karnataka : Water procession brings mindset change
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In dangerous waters...- The Times of India 19.6.2005 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
In dangerous waters...- The Times of India
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Mining away the river 14.6.2005 India Together - Environment

Despite numerous prohibitions and regulations, sand mining continues rapidly on the riverbed of the Bharathapuzha. Water tables have dropped dramatically, and a land once known for its plentiful rice harvest now faces scarcity of water, as locals are split between conservation and livelihood. Deepa A reports.
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Mining away the Bharathapuzha river 13.6.2005 India Together
Mining away the Bharathapuzha river
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Decks cleared for rain water harvest for vanilla, cardamom 11.6.2005 ET: Agriculture
Decks cleared for rain water harvest for vanilla, cardamom
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Centre clears 2 spices board schemes 10.6.2005 ET: Agriculture
Centre clears 2 spices board schemes
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IIM Kozhikode runs on rainwater 8.6.2005 India Together - Environment

This B-school's 96-acre campus occupies two steep hillocks. There is no independent water source for the entire institute and the average daily water consumption exceeds one lakh litres. The absence of pre-monsoon showers in mid-Kerala is causing worry elsewhere, but IIM-Kozhikode shows no signs of anxiety. Shree Padre finds out why.
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Himachal to build check dams 19.5.2005 TOI: India
Himachal to build check dams
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Take Parliament for water harvesting: Speaker 12.5.2005 Rediff: News
Take Parliament for water harvesting: Speaker
President Kalam, please listen 2.5.2005 India Together
President Kalam, please listen
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Fighting for a better, cleaner world : Delhi's CSE 26.4.2005 India Together
Fighting for a better, cleaner world : Delhi's CSE
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Karnataka inches forward in water harvesting 22.4.2005 India Together
Karnataka inches forward in water harvesting
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Researching turbulent waters 29.3.2005 India Together - Environment

Researchers around the country gathered to discuss solutions to the key water-related problems India faces. From conflicts between states, to water-saving agricultural practices, to receding glaciers, a number of issues were raised, and their economic and social implications weighed. Surekha Sule reports.
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