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Focus Global Reporter, Volume: 4 Issue No. 3, November 2014 Issue , Edited By Dr. Arvind Kumar

Man Made Disaster, Climate Change
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Floods in J&K:
Recent flood in J&K killed nearly 200 people and thousands left homeless by the flash floods in the Kashmir Valley in the last few days.


Eco-Friendly Waste Water Treatment And Reuse
With freshwater becoming a scarce and precious resource for all developing economies, coupled with existing inadequate waste water treatment facilities in the country, the initiative sets an innovative and eco-friendly way of treating and recycling domestic sewage in peri-urban areas of the country where land may be available but other resources such as electricity, skilled human resource and other inputs are generally not available.

India-Mauritius Relations
The recent three-day visit of India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Mauritius has proved instrumental in further strengthening already friendly relations between India and Mauritius.

SME's: A Catalyst to Transform Youth
By 2020, the median individual age in India will be 29 years, very likely a city-dweller, making it the youngest country in the world. India is set to experience a dynamic transformation as the population burden of the past turns into a demographic dividend, but the benefits will be tempered with social and spatial inequalities.

Need Rejuvenation or Transformation for the Ganges
There is a widespread belief that Ganges is a holy river and provides water to about 40% of India's population in 11 states and can never get polluted.

Dr. Arvind Kumar, India Water Foundation, described challenges around basin management including lack of political will and the limited exchange of scientific information at the 'First International Environment Forum for Basin Organizations' at the United Nations Office in Nairobi, Kenya
Weather and Climate information in Urban Planning & Governance
Urbanization is a global phenomenon that is transforming human settlements. Urbanization marked a turning point in 2007 with global urban population crossing 50% mark.
InternatIonal workshop

Seventh meeting of the Task Force on Water and Climate and the fifth workshop on water and adaptation to climate change in trans-boundary basins, organized on 13-15 October 2014 in Geneva by the UNECE Water Convention and several partner organizations in trans-boundary Basins focused on developing and implementing climate change adaptation strategies and measures, taking into account specific outcomes at the trans-boundary level.
AsiA RepoRt
Japan and India in Asian Century
The 21st-century is purported to project dominance of Asia. The 19th century was thought of as belonging to Britain and the 20th century to America. It is believed by many now that the 21st century belongs to Asia.
Regional Development
Regional Connectivity for Shared Prosperity in North-East India
Challenges and Opportunities for South and South-East Asia

Rohit Sharma smashes highest ever ODI score with 264 for India against Sri Lanka

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SIWI World Water Week 2014
Human Factor of Clean India Movement
Undoubtedly, meeting the challenges of climate change is a formidable task and any delay in curbing greenhouse gas emissions can be perilous; nevertheless, solutions are also nearby.
Collective Approach can transform : Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

The IWF wishes to focus the attention of government towards the urgency for envisaging water use efficiency, making potable drinking water to the passengers and making available better sanitation facilities for the commuters in the Indian Railways through synergy between Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Rural Development and Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation in this regard.
Water & Human Development in South Asia
More people die from unsafe water than from all forms of violence, including war. These deaths are an affront to our common humanity, and undermine the efforts of many countries to achieve their development potential.
A National Conference on Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience
There is broad scientific consensus that climate change is going to cause increase in the frequency of extreme weather events, rise in temperatures, sea level rise, ocean acidification, and melting of Arctic ice. Impact of some of these changes is already being felt by the people.
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Editor : Dr Arvind Kumar                            Associate Editor : Smt. Shweta kumar                            Editorial Advisor : Prof. S K Chaturvedi, Professor Emeritus, Former Pro-Vice Chancellor, Chaudhary Charan Singh University | Dr S K Sharma, Principal Advisor India Water Foundation, Former Member Central Ground Water Board                            Head Marketing : Smt. S Kumar
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