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Is a national framework law needed?

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Started by Claudia Casarotto on
14 Jan 2013 at 15:46

India does not have a nationall water framework law. I am not an expert of the country, but it appears to me that an overall, broad and comprehensive law would be needed, given also the interstate nature of many Indian rivers and taking into account that in most regions of the world we are now considering river basins and not political boundaries to manage water. Read the article by Ramaswamy R. Iyer http://bit.ly/WkaggO and let me have your views.

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