The National Geographic is launching an all-female expedition team to study Sea to Source plastic pollution in River Ganga.
The most investigated palaeochannels in India are those located in the states of Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat, often linked to River Sarasvati.
NMML invites all interested to a Public Lecture on ‘Dancing with the River: Hybrid landscapes and livelihoods of Chars in Bengal’.
Not only does Delhi gulp down every single drop of water in River Yamuna, it even sends out requests to Haryana to release more water in April-May.
The past week witnessed the celebrations of two important and inter-connected days of environmental importance. 21st March marked the observance of World Forestry Day, while 22nd March was celebrated as World Water Day, both of them in coordination with the FAO. While our forests are a resource which most of us cannot directly manage, conservation of water is definitely something we can all contribute to in an effective manner.
On 12 December, 1911 the National Capital of the then colonized India was shifted by the British from Kolkata to Delhi.
The Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF) invites applications for various posts for setting up the Project Preparation & Management Unit (PPMU) for the National Ganga River Basin Authority (NGRBA). The Ministry has already received Project Preparation Facility (PPF) from the World Bank in this regard for supporting preparation for […]
20 years of building: The time it took for completing this bridge over River Siang at Passighat in Arunachal Pradesh “When was it ever on the media map?” is how Subir Bhaumik, BBC Eastern India Correspondent and Author of “Troubled Periphery” began the Media Dialogue on North East: Fallen off […]
Meri Dilli Meri Yamuna is a project for making a difference to our city of Delhi-NCR. What started as an initiative of The Art of Living, has now become a full blown citizen’s action plan. Dozens of civil society groups have already joined the movement and many companies including Microsoft, […]
It took a radical fast-unto-death decision by a Professor, playing the religion-political card and much activism, that the Government of India has now accepted the fact – otherwise as crystal clear as should have been the water of the Ganges – that the holiest of holy River Ganga is polluted, […]