Rural Transformation and Sustained Growth of Agriculture

Rural India suffers from poor infrastructure and inadequate amenities. Low agricultural growth perpetuates food and nutritional insecurities, which also reduces rural incomes. How can we encourage and support our villages in improving their living and livelihood conditions in innovative ways?

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What steps can make flood management more effective in India?

Postby chanana.ak@nic.in » Tue Feb 15, 2011 9:45 am

What steps can make flood management more effective in India?
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Re: What steps can make flood management more effective in India?

Postby rahulagrawal@drreddys.com » Mon Mar 07, 2011 10:00 am

It can be done by help of technology by following step
1. Ask ISRO to make the geographical map of India.
2. Find out the way of natural tributaries
3. Plan to revive the way of natural tributaries
4. Take the permission from respective department to revive the tributaries (Like forest, PWD ETC)
5. Call the tender on all India basis
6. Provide the tender and start working on it.
This will reduce the flood problem but also increase the ground water. This work can extended further by making the stop dam etc
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Re: What steps can make flood management more effective in India?

Postby sss@sdlindia.com » Tue Mar 22, 2011 10:02 am

• The idea of connecting rivers in north and south should be reexamined.
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Re: What steps can make flood management more effective in India?

Postby aditya.s.d@gmail.com » Tue Aug 30, 2011 4:11 pm

One authority to manage water levels across all dams of each river with tributaries and dis-tributaries.

For example, River Krishna passes through 3 states. In each state they have dams for this river or its tributaries / dis-tributaries. If single authority manages release of water, this would be beneficial for dams/people on lower stream.

I would also propose a system to inform all the dams of river when one of the dams releases water and severity or quantity of water released, so that the dams in lower side are immediately informed and do not wait for official paper work to come for them to take actions. Also the DCs of all the effected districts should connected so that information immediately goes to them and they also can take immediate action if situation demands.

This systems sounds to be pretty cheap but effective way to co-ordinate between dams.
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