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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Are water resource regulatory authorities required in each State?

Postby chanana.ak@nic.in » Mon Mar 07, 2011 11:23 am

Are water resource regulatory authorities required in each State?
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Re: Are water resource regulatory authorities required in each State?

Postby patilst@gmail.com » Fri Jul 08, 2011 10:01 pm

Yes, they are required. But, they need to be independent, multi-disciplinary and consist of persons with work experience in the water sector
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Re: Are water resource regulatory authorities required in each State?

Postby aditya.s.d@gmail.com » Tue Aug 30, 2011 3:59 pm

Underground water regulation can be done using the State level water regulatory authorities.

With back ground of no co-ordintion between dams of same river during last year and previous ( Krishna river) leading huge floods in many states. One of main reason is Water being state subject. To avoid this I suggest a following.

A authority for all dams of each river along with its tributaries and dis-tributaries, to manage and co-ordinate water levels ( i.e water resource ) and manage floods.

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