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  • Misaligned cropping patterns Vs water resources

    Misaligned cropping patterns Vs water resources

    A June 2018 study published by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) suggests that analysing land productivity of a region...
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  • Odisha’s community owned water and sanitation works

    Odisha’s community owned water and sanitation works

    In Odisha, where access to piped water supply is low, engaging communities for building their own water supply systems have yielded results that can...
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  • Water and a City: Institutions, community and citizens at work in Bengaluru

    Water and a City: Institutions, community and citizens at work in Bengaluru

    Presently, the Cauvery River is the city’s sole water source located at a distance of 100 km. But with a population expected to reach 20 million by...
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  • Catch Where it Falls

    Catch Where it Falls

    The answer to India’s perennial drought problem despite high rainfall lies in addressing policy  failures and formulating measures not just for...
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  • Hydrogeology in Strategic Water Conservation

    Hydrogeology in Strategic Water Conservation

    Conventional approaches to conservation of groundwater have not considered the need to involve an understanding of aquifer measurement  and...
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  • Water conservation and community responsiveness

    Water conservation and community responsiveness

    In colonial India, water ownership became entrenched with the State, a practice that continued post-Independence. For ensuring sustainable and...
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  • Managing waters in India’s varied ecological zones

    Managing waters in India’s varied ecological zones

    India is the largest consumer of groundwater in the world, as per the World Bank. Groundwater is effectively a private resource. This must change and...
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  • Ensuring safe workplaces for women

    Ensuring safe workplaces for women

    Sixteen years following the Vishakha guidelines, a legislation was brought into place to prevent sexual harassment at workplaces. However, in its...
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  • Why so Many Rapes? Sexual Violence against Women in India

    Why so Many Rapes? Sexual Violence against Women in India

    Statistics show that one rape occurs almost every twenty minutes in India. Despite stringent legislation and amendment to rape laws why are such...
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