A Critique of the Role of Indian Government Bodies in the Management of the Water Resources of India

  • Suchitra Awasthi Uttarakhand Open University
Keywords: water, resource, management, water policies, water law

Abstract

Water is indeed the most precious resource. However, due to man’s unplanned development, the water resources have dwindled from planet earth in an alarming way. My paper traces the role played by the Indian government in  the harnessing of water as an important resourses. In the paper I have also given a critique of the same which comprise an analysis of the various water related policies of the government of India and provides suggestions as how the water resourses can be managed more efficiently so that by saving this precious resourse we ensure a safe future for posterity

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Published
2018-05-29
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