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by Darryl D'Monte
Judging by the 16 years it took for the right to education to be legislated, the right to water and sanitation is a long way off. But there is much to be learned from the efforts of NGOs, meanwhile. Darryl D'Monte reports.
The Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India had organised a meeting on the Mullaperiyar water conflict between Tamil Nadu and Kerala on 4th August 2009 at the Deputy Speaker’s Hall, Constitutional Club, New Delhi.
The Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India (Forum to be brief) is happy to invite you to the “The Mullaperiyar conflict: Meeting to understand issues and explore a common ground” to be held on 4th August 2009 between 4 to 8 pm at Constitutional Club, New Delhi.
Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India organized a two-day national workshop on “Water entitlements and allocations for livelihoods and ecosystem needs and the legal-institutional framework for conflict resolution” on 30-31 March 2009 in Pune.
Mining has been one of the leading causes of conflicts across the country and there have been many agitations and legal interventions. Mining for sand especially impacts water availability in several ways because it is an unregulated activity: