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Category: water-harvesting
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Coke joins in the fresh water hunt 22.3.2006 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi: Water Resources Minister Saif-ud-Din Soz Wednesday inaugurated Coca-Cola sponsored "Jal Tarang" - a festival to celebrate water and culture and promote conservation.
Spong bath future looms, as water disputes linger 20.3.2006 India Together
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UBP may rake up inter-region dispute 20.3.2006 Deccan Herald
UBP may rake up inter-region dispute
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Land of ‘two rivers’ thirsts for water 19.3.2006 Deccan Herald
Land of ‘two rivers’ thirsts for water
Taluk-level hospitals will be upgraded: CM 19.3.2006 Deccan Herald
Taluk-level hospitals will be upgraded: CM
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Coke 'drinks India dry' 19.3.2006 The Guardian -- World Latest
Critics claim beverage giant's bottling plants are interfering with irrigation in drought-ridden regions.
DKS moves privilege motion against CMAP 18.3.2006 Deccan Herald
DKS moves privilege motion against CMAP
Rural participation key to water mngt 17.3.2006 Deccan Herald
Rural participation key to water mngt
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JNU to harvest rainwater 17.3.2006 Hindu: New Delhi
Schemes include identification of best recharge locations
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Water scarcity bogs down yet another district 16.3.2006 Deccan Herald
Water scarcity bogs down yet another district
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Lesson learnt, but problems remain here 16.3.2006 Deccan Herald
Lesson learnt, but problems remain here
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Cauvery-Krishna basin now relying on lakes 15.3.2006 Deccan Herald
Cauvery-Krishna basin now relying on lakes
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A success story with renewable resources 14.3.2006 Deccan Herald
A success story with renewable resources
A droplet of hope to a parched district 14.3.2006 Deccan Herald
A droplet of hope to a parched district
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Verdict on ground water table 13.3.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Verdict on ground water table
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Stop MNCs from selling our water back to us: Rajendra Singh 10.3.2006 Deccan Herald
Stop MNCs from selling our water back to us: Rajendra Singh
Borewell technology driving the water deep 10.3.2006 New Indian Express
Borewell technology driving the water deep
???No water shortage but only mismanagement??? 9.3.2006 Deccan Herald
???No water shortage but only mismanagement???
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Old water supply scheme of Bijapur to be revived 8.3.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Proposal to replace old pipes and equipment at a cost of Rs. 25 crores
Rs. 82-cr. plan to tackle drinking water woes 7.3.2006 Hindu: Front Page
Fifty-two villages are getting water through tankers, says Govind Karjol
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