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Year: 2018
Land development without thoughtful water supply planning can lead to unsustainability
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Year: 2013
Based on data from the four minor irrigation censuses conducted by the Ministry of Water Resources between 1986-87 and 2006-07, this paper points out that India's groundwater sector has slowed down since 2000-01, most markedly in eastern India
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Year: 2012
Two decisions taken by the Government of West Bengal, one, to facilitate easier extraction of groundwater, and the other, the application of a fixed connection fee for an electricity connection to farmers could well lead to a quantum leap in agricultural production
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Year: 2012
Indian agriculture is trapped in a complex nexus of groundwater depletion and energy subsidies
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Year: 2010
The basins of the Indus and Ganges rivers cover 2
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Year: 2010
As economies develop and societies change, emerging sets of challenges are placed on water resources and its governance
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Year: 2007
Increasing income and urbanization are triggering a rapid change in food consumption patterns in India
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Year: 2007
This research report captures the trends of key drivers of India's water demand in the recent past, and assess their implications on future water demand and ultimately on water resources
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Year: 2006
Since 1960, South Asia has emerged as the largest user of groundwater in irrigation in the world
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Year: 2005
Groundwater is crucial for the livelihoods and food security of millions of people, and yet, knowledge formation in the field of groundwater has remained asymmetrical
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