Found29articles in tagwater-scarcity
IFP Bureau7 Jun 2022
IFP Editorial: Manipur needs a state-specific comprehensive policy for water involving multiple departments so as to evolve an integrated strategy for rejuvenation of springs in the hills, afforestation of catchment areas of the major rivers, widespread rain-water harvesting schemes while regulating pumping of groundwater.
IFP Bureau10 Apr 2022
Manipur MLA Th Arunkumar visited the water treatment plant and water reservoirs of Wangkhei Assembly constituency and said that he will personally monitor the construction works of water supply plants of the constituency.
IFP Bureau14 Mar 2022
IFP Editorial: With no water flowing in pipes, springs and rivers drying up, and catchment areas lying in waste and wetlands vanishing, the future is very bleak for Manipur
Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh30 Jan 2022
Management of natural resources at watershed scale produces multiple benefits in terms of increasing food production, improving livelihoods, protecting environment, addressing gender and equity issues along with bio-diversity concern.
IFP Bureau9 Dec 2021
The ‘Loumeesingi Poinu Meepham 3.0 meeting stressed on the the need to frame water policy, saying that water scarcity is the major problem for farmers in Manipur.
Phurailatpam Keny Devi19 Nov 2021
Manipur has been witnessing dying of natural resources which is a source for many water bodies such as river, lakes, ponds, etc.
IFP Bureau27 Sept 2021
IFP Editorial: Manipur has been receiving an annual rainfall of 1,467.5 mm, which is higher than the national average. The problem of water scarcity, however, persists due to lack of facilities for harvesting rainwater and destruction of catchment areas.
Phurailatpam Keny Devi1 Jul 2021
Due to gradual felling of trees for various purposes, the Lamdeng forest was completely cleared and people faced hardship due to the impact of deforestation.
Babie Shirin26 Apr 2021
Singda Dam, which is the main source of potable water supply in Imphal urban areas is failing to meet its objectives as the water demand of the growing valley population is ever-increasing.
Phurailatpam Keny Devi26 Apr 2021
Manipur receives good rainfall and several places in the valley area are considered flood prone and hill areas suffer the problem of flash floods and heavy landslides every monsoon season.