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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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India Together: Researching turbulent issues in water management - 29 March 2005 29.3.2005 India Together
India Together: Researching turbulent issues in water management - 29 March 2005
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Rain barrels catalyse water harvesting 11.3.2005 India Together - Environment

The potential of rainwater harvesting has been much talked about in recent times. But that an ordinary plastic water storage drum connected to the roof through a pipe will turn this potential to reality is surprising many citizens in the Bangalore-Mysore region, reports Shree Padre.
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Rain barrels catalyse water harvesting 7.3.2005 India Together
Rain barrels catalyse water harvesting
Buildings still waiting for the green light 26.2.2005 India Together
Buildings still waiting for the green light
Reviving rural water bodies top-down 24.2.2005 India Together
Reviving rural water bodies top-down
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Water woes 20.2.2005 ET: Infrastructure
Water woes
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President Kalam's mantra for national prosperity 26.1.2005 Rediff: News
President Kalam's mantra for national prosperity
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A revolution long turned brown 1.8.2004 India Together - Agriculture

The measure of the Budget lies in whether the proposals have the potential to provide an effective solution to the crisis of the agrarian community. On that score, says Kasturi Das, there will be little to cheer as long as the government persist with the failed Green Revolution model.
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Water - a national conversation 1.7.2004 India Together - Environment

Following an 18-month long yatra of the nation's river basins, the Rashtriya Jal Biradari proposes policies and steps to address India's water problems. Anuj Grover reports.
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Environment and the new Government 1.6.2004 India Together - Environment

June 5 is the UN World Environment Day. Ashish Kothari reflects on the challenges and opportunities for the new government and civil society.
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One village, one computer 1.6.2004 India Together - Women

Is information technology any use to poor and uneducated populations? 1V1C has trained villagers not only to use computers, but to put them to productive use in solving local problems. Surekha Sule reports.
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Still looking to the skies 1.5.2003 India Together - Environment

Mainstreaming rain water harvesting remains a challenge, but fresh hope is always around the corner, says Lalitha Sridhar.
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Indian-American social enterpreneur among CNN's Top Ten Heroes 1.1.1970 Sify News
Indian-American social entrepreneur Bhagwati Agrawal has made his way into the CNN's Top Ten Heroes of 2015, for creating a rainwater harvesting system that now provides life-changing, safe
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