prime minister Bangladesh

The base plate is placed at the center of power Rampal kustiyaya
Kushtia bheramaraya widely discussed in Bagerhat electricity Rampal Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the foundation stone tablets .
The 500 MW of electricity import from India during the tour Kushtia bheramaraya for the electricity generated at a power sub- station in the center of the plate with the Prime Minister to inaugurate Rampal said .
The Bheramara 500 MW upakendre and ‘ alliance tharamala Super Power Project , a foundation stone in the center of the blade inauguration of electricity Rampal has done all the preparation .
Ramapalabidyuta the center of the plate with power bheramaraya upakendrera want to know about the inauguration of the Awami League joint – General Secretary mahabuba – banglanews ul- Alam Hanif said , it is the Ministry . However, one of the intelligence agencies of electricity Rampal has confirmed the establishment of the foundation stone tablets .
However , bheramaraya 36 MW combined bicycle India – Bangladesh power transmission lines based on the prastarera at the ceremony by video conference with the Prime Minister of India, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will be added .
At the same time the Prime Minister to inaugurate Rampal bidyueta phalakerao the center .
PDP ( design 3) Director of the banglanews nurujjamana have confirmed . Saiful Hasan Chowdhury paridaphatarera director of public relations of the PDP was confirmed .
He said , ” Our goal with the Prime Minister of India, Rampal bidyueta be the center of the foundation . But as busy as the Prime Minister of India, the day may not be available as soon as the project is so Bheramara bidyueta will be unveiled at the plate . ‘
Sapharasuci by helicopter during the quarter at 11 Bheramara Kushtia where the electricity sub- center . After 3 at the Kushtia district Awami League held a meeting at the Government College speech would . The Prime Minister has taken strict security measures kustiyajure Arrivals occasion


One example of the ruthless nature of the contempt power project Rampal

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The world’s largest mangrove Sundarbans National Park and UNESCO declared World Heritage said the best defense .
The boundaries of this reserve is kramasankucita banatira at 0 to 5 people in the death happened . However, locals claim , the number may be much higher .
Stories of death due to a lack of damage to the Sundarbans had to refrain from such activities . But now a new threat is serious for Sundarban . The Sundarbans Environment consternation in the future .
This is a new threat , post 1 of 3 0 MW coal power plant project Rampal . It is just 14 km away from the city Rampal will be built .
India’s state-owned National Thermal Power Corporation, a joint venture with the implementation of this project is planned . The claim , the prakalpatii the only way to meet the needs of the dear in the same area . The area is the one of the poorest elakagulorao .
But opponents claim , the Sundarbans is very environmentally sensitive area of a project to establish a coal power plant , it will bring disaster . The area of ​​the river – trough , canal – water bill and the plants will suffer . It may come down to which disaster pranabaicitryeo . Dolphins living in the river from the threat of extinction is the legendary Royal Bengal Tiger .Moreover, the Sundarbans, the storm – flooding – tidal works as a natural protection walls . Bangladesh in the world map as it is a low-lying area of land and banyaprabana . The Sundarbans is an extraordinary natural disaster destroyed the wall of defense of human life – is living a more serious threat .
Defense committee member of the newly formed Sundarbans roaring wave Wireless engineer said , ” The people have made a conscious realization of such a project can not seem to finish . ‘

However , in order to strengthen their claim birodhira in 1979 in a plant in Texas to create the same kind of environment that came crashing down when it appeared as an example . U.S. authorities claim that the construction of a plant in Texas , it is very much on the area of agriculture will not have a harmful effect . But the claim was later proven false .

In one study of 010 scientists from the report was that 30 thousand tons per year from the plant thick layer of sulfur dioxide are disrupting agricultural production in the whole state of Texas . In contrast, the proposed power plant in Rampal at least 5 thousand tons per year of sulfur dioxide will be thick layer .

Rampal power plant emissions from large amounts of toxic chemicals released to the public in January mulyayanapatreo are accepted . But rather to show the area as environmentally sensitive in general , residential and rural areas’ are shown . The magnitude of the risk of having a thick layer of toxic chemicals in the environment and forests ministry after the project has received clearance .

Critics claim that this decision was the lack of transparency surrounding the project , some basic questions and answers were given . The final result of the project in terms of generating electricity from the benefit and how to reduce waste and pollution levels will be processed to purify water ?

As well as the implementation of a project ‘s paribesagatabhabe serious harm neighboring countries of India, a large part of the funding issue is the widespread suspicion and anger . India ‘s power shortage in the country because there metatei himasima . Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh in India , two of the same kind have been forced to give up in the face of legal restrictions and ganapratirodhera .

Ritu University economist mosahida Sultana said , ‘ It’s hypocrisy . The legal obstacles because they are forced to give up the project . But in other countries , they are in violation of the law . ‘

The first director of the project, and is currently an Advisor Rampaul Azizur Rahman for political reasons in violation of the law, the complaint was denied . He said , generating electricity from oil and gas prices much higher .

Coal produced from the trust to bidyutai . ‘ I do not have any pressure outside . The Government of India in their own right – we are working according to the direction of our own – is follow the instructions . ‘

After seeing a specialist group of the project allows . Of detailed information – databases are open for everyone . Anyone who wants to say it will be delivered at the ajiujara .

He said , ‘ We must be able to control the pollution . In this case we are all set for the following calaba manadandai . ‘

However , the preservation of the environment , the role of the back of the qualms expressed . Due to the uncontrolled management of water stored in the ship threatened . Gathering wood , shrimp enclosure construction and other manabasrsta banancalagulo disaster the country has been constantly shrinking . The Soil Resource Development Institute dhakabhittika ‘s one of the images that came from . They found that , over the last decade almost 50 thousand hectares of forest have been destroyed .

Meanwhile , the government is already in the Sundarban river constituting the border has allowed the creation of a jahajabhanga industry , which is the destruction of the forest area is expected to take a more active role . In addition, toxic substances from industrial emissions of the ship to break the local community life – serious harmful effects on the livelihoods of examples Environment circumspection .

Abdullah Abu filed in the name of protecting the Sundarbans, one of the workers at the lammarcera said , ‘ People are still not aware of the important role of the Reserve banatira . It acts as a natural disaster, a wall of defense and a developing country like Bangladesh sorts of environmental resources and associated still do not understand it . ‘

He said , ‘ That’s a real sense that the only forest is a forest . Now even if we lose our next few generations, the environment will not have any toyakkai . It can be seen that , in choya , and bhalobasa feel that we care about are just that . And it is our nature . ‘

Climate Change in Fund illusion

cropped-1328252870_310426720_1-sundarban-tour-by-luxary-mini-launch-santoshpur.jpgClimate Change in Fund illusion
Climate Change in Fund illusion – khatei cost management in 1000
climate change and deal with the risks of the funds of the illusion of progress . 5 crore to fund the independent sector . The cost of 1 crore has been shown only in khatei . The report of the Planning Commission with the responsibility of taking care of the environment and forests ministry technical aspects of the activities of the Ministry of Planning and the Ministry of Finance about arthacharera dropping is not recommended . The question of leadership in the Ministry of Environment and Forests and karyabidhigata validity . The money will be spent on climate funds through large parts of the subidhabhogidera due to managerial errors and samanbayahinatara not paumchacche . The target of the same kind of projects being implemented by ADP and climate funds such sums of money are being wasted .
Establishment of the Ministry for the various ministries that have been created karyabidhi , dealing with the climate change issue is included in the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Disaster Management . The implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation Division ( aiemaidi ) is no inspection and evaluation . Overall, tackling climate change as a result of the implementation of the three funds can play a role , since it has experts .
Climate change in the mainstream economic activities related to climate change kausalapatre to speak with an even follow a different path, one of the Fund . The Government , Development – World Bank and the Asian Development Bank and partner countries ( ADB ) is financing the Fund . For each fund, the authority of the individual .
The slow pace of implementation of ADP projects – on the three funds by the government is tackling climate change . Financed by the Government of Bangladesh Climate Change Trust Fund 500 crore ( bisisitiepha ) is managed by a Board of Trustees . Development – 1500 million dollar financing partner countries rejiliyansa Bangladesh Climate Change Fund ( bisisiaraepha ) University of Management . World Bank and ADB funded almost 1 crore Pilot Program on Climate rejiliyansa pipisiara ADB fund management charge . Total Fund is three years in three distinct . The project already has 139 million of the total 89 million in 1531 , and 63 non-governmental organizations in the 5 million has been allocated to six lakh . In 009 he was called at the time of the formation of the government funded bisisitiepha , regular development projects approved by the government , and the implementation of the procrastination seems arthachara . Climate change is an important issue , with the speed of implementation will begin . Ministry of Environment and Forests under the Climate Change Unit in the technical aspects of projects for evaluation . For approval of the minister of eight 13 -member Board of Trustees is climate change . Arthachara is the responsibility of the Ministry of Finance . Recently the government has announced bisisitiephake as a Trust .
A Planning Commission official said , the government ‘s climate change activities kausalapatre Annual Development Programme ( ADP ) was recommended to be included . The target was not met . Witness Preparation and implementation of all the climate fund should be associated with the process .
Bisisiaraepha and pipisiara the two funds, the World Bank and the ADB technical management of the Ministry of Environment and Forest ‘s supervisor .
According to sources , the government is dealing with climate change is samanbayahinabhabe . Sources of the Planning Commission , a large proportion of funds to be spent on climate funds through managerial and samanbayahinatara error due to the subidhabhogidera not paumchacche . At the same time with the same target, the same types of projects being implemented by ADP and climate funds, large sums of money are being wasted .
Planning Commission, Government of Bangladesh jalabayu change the name of the report is a study of the data is out . United Nations Development Programme ( UNDP ) – support for 1 months of research conducted on the basis of the report has been created , the funds are spent by the government karyabidhi prakriaya violation , with a weak legal framework for the management and activities of the opacity occurred . The project preparation , evaluation , and management of the process because the climate there is also the question of the effectiveness of the use of funds .
Climate experts said . Nishat ainuna of 5 crore spent on the management of more than 1 crore . He said Poland to Warsaw in the second week of November is the start of the World Climate Conference . There are 100 million billion dollars for the Green Fund . How much funding from Bangladesh to bring it out of love .
Said one of the officials of the Ministry of Environment and Forests , Climate Change Trust Fund established by the government and approved by Parliament by law to be being managed . Secretarial duties of the Ministry of Environment and Forests . In addition , 37 of the approximately eight thousand crore every year by climate change are expenses . The Project Annual Development Programme ( ADP ), which is implemented .
FDI ‘s executive director said . Iphatekharujjamana the management of the fund’s vulnerability to climate change and the development of the allocated funds should not – be it a question . 1 crore in the management of the fund is spent , how it will be spent specifically to be identified . And it can not be increased further weakness in the irregularity and management .


Md. Nurul Islam1, Md. Ashfaque Azam2 and Dr. Q R Islam2
1 Integrated Water Resources Management Unit
2 Consultants, Second Small Scale Water Resources Development Sector Project,
Local Government Engineering Department, LGED Headquarters, RDEC Building (Level-6), Agargaon,
Shere Bangla Nagar, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh.
Teesta is the fourth major trans-boundary river in Bangladesh. Upstream inflow in this river provides key
support to agricultural production in the Teesta River floodplain (TRF) in the northwest region of the
country. Bangladesh constructed a barrage on the Teesta River in 1990 to provide irrigation water for crop
production in the Teesta Barrage Project (TBP) area. India has also constructed a barrage on this river
upstream. TBP started operation with limited conveyance infrastructure in 1993. The project was planned for
implementation in two phases. The phase 1 has been completed in 1998. A case study in the TBP area
suggests that irrigation water supply considerably raises farm incomes. This has increased irrigation water
demands. However, unilateral withdrawal of water in India upstream, limits irrigation water availability in
the TBP area. Therefore, water sharing with India is crucial in achieving food security and sustainable
livelihood in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh shares a common border with India in the west, north and east and with Myanmar in the southeast.
These borders cut across 57 rivers which discharge through Bangladesh into the Bay of Bengal in the south
(Mukhlesuzzaman 2003 and WARPO 2000). The upstream courses of these rivers traverse India, China,
Nepal and Bhutan. This international dimension is a crucial factor affecting the management of the local river
systems. Trans-boundary flows, which enter Bangladesh from remote catchments extending short distance
to thousands of kilometers upstream, are the important source of water resources. Among the trans-boundary
rivers, Teesta is the fourth major river in Bangladesh after Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna. Teesta River
water provides key support to crop production in the extreme northwest region of Bangladesh. Bangladesh
has constructed a barrage on the Teesta River in Lalmonirhat district to provide irrigation water in the TBP
area from the river through a canal network. India has also constructed a barrage on this river at Gozaldoba
upstream. The present study examines the benefit of Teesta River water sharing in Bangladesh.
Teesta River
Teesta River was the principal tributary of the Karatoya-Atrai-Jamunaswari river system in the eastern part of
India until late eighteenth century (BWDB 1999). The river originates in the glaciers of the Himalayas in
Sikkim. It flows about 172 km in mountainous region before emerging into the alluvial plains of north Bengal
in India. The river crosses 97 km in Indian plains before it enters into the extreme northwest region of
Bangladesh. It flows about 124 km in Bangladesh and joins Brahmaputra River. The river changed its course
and is now recognized as an unstable, wandering and young river of the country. The present channel within
Bangladesh is about 177 km and width varies from 300 to 550 m. Bangladesh occupies about 2071 km2 or
17% of the total Teesta catchment area.
Teesta River Floodplain
The TRF in Bangladesh accounts for 14% of the total cropped area and 8.5% of the population in the country
(BBS 2001). About 63% of the total cropped area in the TRF is irrigated as compared to the national average
of 42% irrigated cropped land. On average, each unit of this irrigated cropped land supports 1.82 crops per
year as compared with national average of 1.75 crops per year. This indicates a direct association between
irrigation water availability and land use. About 64% of the total households in the TRF are farms, of which
78% are marginal or small, owning less than 1.0 ha of cultivated land (Census of Agriculture 1996). The
northwestern region, which includes the TRF, is considered to be the most drought-prone area of the country
(Murshid 1987). This region along the left bank of the Ganges River is termed as ‘dry zone’ (Brammer 1997).
The mean annual rainfall, which ranges from 1250 mm to 2000 mm, in this area is much lower compared
with 1600 mm to more than 5000 mm in the other regions of the country.
Teesta Barrage Project
Bangladesh constructed a barrage in 1990 on the Teesta River at Dalia in Lalmonirhat district to provide
irrigation water in three crop seasons from the river through canal networks in the TBP area. The major
physical components of the TBP comprise a 615 m barrage, a 110 m canal head regulator, 708 km irrigation
canal networks, 380 km drainage channels and 80 km flood embankment. The TBP was designed to provide
irrigation water, flood protection and drainage facilities for 749 000 ha of cultivated land. The project was
planned to be completed in two phases. Phase 1 was completed in June 1998 (Figure 1). The main
conveyance system completed under this phase includes 307 km main canals, 1450 km secondary canals,
2735 km tertiary canals and 8000 field outlets.

A lost battle of South Asia

M_Id_374779_damA vast and densely populated region of North-east India that depends on water from Brahmaputra and its tributaries is feeling agitated over China’s ambitious efforts to redraw its water map. China’s reported plan to divert the Brahmaputra from its upper reaches is being seen as a direct affront to India and a violation of International norms of sharing river waters. Once the construction of dam is complete, the control on the water of Brahmaputra will be in the hands of China. As the Brahmaputra is the lifeline of North East India, the life and environment in the region will be adversely affected by this development. The term Brahmaputra means “son of brahma” and in the early days of Indus valley civilizations Brahmaputra River is the subject of faith and legends of Bharat.

The Brahmaputra flows for about 1,625- km inside the Tibet Autonomous Region of China and for a further 918-km inside India. This is not the first time that tension is building up between India and China over Brahmaputra projects, which could affect the flow of water into India.

The BJP was quick to react to these reports and demanded that if there is fresh evidence of China’s intentions then India should immediately take up this matter with the Chinese authority. “These reports are of real concern to India. Since the last two years, there are reports that China wants to divert Brahmaputra waters from the Himalayas. If it is diverted, we will have real problems which will affect the economy of the whole region,” BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said.The BJP MP had raised the issue in the Rajya Sabha last year.

Besides India, which raised the construction of a 510 MW dam on the Brahmaputra in talks with the Chinese leadership for many times. Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia had expressed similar concerns over eight dams being built on the Mekong river. The blame game, voiced in vulnerable river towns and Asian capitals from Pakistan to Vietnam, is rooted in fear that China’s accelerating programme of damming every major river flowing from the Tibetan plateau will trigger environmental imbalance, natural disasters, degrade fragile ecologies, divert vital water supplies.

A few analysts and environmental advocates even speak of water as a future trigger for war or diplomatic strong-arming, though others strongly doubt it will come to that. Still, the remapping of the water flow in the world’s most heavily populated and thirstiest region is happening on a gigantic scale, with potentially strategic implications. On the eight great Tibetan rivers alone, almost 20 dams have been built or are under construction while some 40 more are planned or proposed.

China is not alone in disrupting the region’s water flows. Others are doing it with even worse consequences. But China’s vast thirst for power and water, its control over the sources of the rivers and its ever-growing political clout make it a singular target of criticism and suspicion. “Whether China intends to use water as a political weapon or not, it is acquiring the capability to turn off the tap if it wants to — a leverage it can use to keep any riparian neighbours on good behaviour,” says Brahma Chellaney, an analyst at New Delhi’s Center for Policy Research and author of the forthcoming book Water: Asia’s New Battlefield.

Tibet’s spiritual leader, Dalai Lama, has also warned of looming dangers stemming from the Tibetan plateau. “It’s something very, very essential. So, since millions of Indians use water coming from the Himalayan glaciers… I think you (India) should express more serious concern. This is nothing to do with politics, just everybody’s interests, including Chinese people,” he said about the talking of Chinese intentions over the redrawing water map.

Although China is saying that it is constructing the dam to produce power but actually some hidden agendas are also associated with it.

The water resources of Brahmaputra will be a strong point to blackmail India. If China blocks the water in Brahmaputra, it will lead to famine in the whole NE region. India needs to take this issue seriously. The attention of international community needs to be attracted. But the problem here is that China does not care for anyone. It is trying an act of international bully. India needs a totally different tactic to tackle China. But can it handle.

Thus, the important concern is that whether the Indian policy makers will wake up before it’s too late. India lose its dignity in past because of sleeping diplomacy of Jawaharlal Nehru. When China started to build the Sinkiang to Ali highway in 1951 than our diplomats showed their concerned about the highway in written on October 18, 1958. In his conversation with Henry Kissinger , the than Chinese premier Zhou Enlai quoted “ even three years after the road was built, Nehru didn’t know about it. In my discussion with Nehru on the Sino–Indian boundary in 1956, he suddenly raised the issue of the road. I said, ‘you didn’t even know we were building a road for the last three years, and now you suddenly say that is your territory, I remarked upon how strange this was” (The National Security Archive). Although if it did not happen in the case of Brahmputra, in the case of highway projects and railway projects, we all know the GoI failed the nation. Indian government always wake up after the happening of policy disaster. Copy from

Another Sahara Desert South Asia !?

Sahara Desert
The Sahara Desert is about the size of the United States, which makes it the largest dry desert in the world. It extends from the Atlantic Ocean on the west to the Red Sea on the east, and it is still expanding to the south. The Sahara separates North Africa
from sub-
Saharan Africa. North Africa borders the
Mediterranean Sea and includes the Sahara and lands lying to the north of the desert including the Atlas
Mountains and the modern countries of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Liby
a, and Egypt.
Saharan Africa
is the land that lies south of the desert. It has sometimes been called “black
Africa” because people living there have darker skins than North Africans. Dark skin appears to be an
adaptation to climate. People living
in the tropics need more skin pigment to protect them from intense rays
of the sun, while people living closer to the earth’s poles have paler skins to absorb more sunlight. People
with black skins also live near the equator in India and Australia. It’s b
een estimated that it took roughly
20,000 years for skin color to change from black to white as humans spread north out of Africa.
Another Sahara Desert South Asia !?
The inter- connection of the river and the river ROBBERY
The inter- connection project on the river , in the north – eastern region
of the Himalayas, the ” excess ” water from the canal connecting the dry
areas of the southern nadigulote irrigation and power supply will be
for production .
This project has been geographically divided into two – the Himalayan region and the Southern region of Peninsular . 6
of the total length of 100 km from the Himalayan region of 14 to 16
canals and reservoirs , using the 141.3 billion cubic meters ( bisiema )
in the south and the south side of the river takes you into the 4.777 –
m length of 16 canals and 58 reservoirs used for more the collection of 33 of the Himalaya and Southern bisiema bisiema 174.3 million total amount will be transferred to the water . Say
, the flow of the ruling class and the development of expertise in the
rivers of water , the excess in the Bay of Bengal into kind of ‘ waste ‘
, and the whole people of the Himalayan region and the nature of the
Ganges – Brahmaputra basin below the country so essential for all people
, because people
in the river basin of the river and only kiumeka / kiuseke measurement
of the water reservoir , the river is a living entity which flow sajala –
living – unrestricted rely on the existence of the whole basin
Agriculture – Fisheries – forestry – wetlands , including the nature of
life and living a normal existence .
regardless of the limits of the project is to connect serious and
damaging global way , we here in the context of the inter- connection of
the river Brahmaputra and Ganges river basin in the country before
entering the water, the process will be transferred to an image that
will try to promote a model of failure it is spasta . Inter-
river link project in the south of the Himalayan region of India for
transfer of the total 141.3 billion cubic meters ( bisiema ) of water
will be taken within 43 bisiema water from the Brahmaputra basin naditi
80% of the dry season, the water source . It
will be used for purpose – sankosa – water – the Ganges Canal , which
connects the brahmaputrera an alternative jogighopa – sankosa – water –
Ganga Canal connection . In
this connection pharakka Ganga Canal Barrage is 60 . Km upstream from
the Ganges , which will be combined with the rest of the water flowing
into the Barrage pharakka 15 bisiema water through the canal connecting
the southern oceans nadigulote will be provided . India has plans to complete the transition process in the following ways :
1) tributary of the Brahmaputra river on the purpose of the India –
Bhutan border is about 5 . Km upstream of 8750 million cubic meters (
emasiema ) with a dam to create a reservoir of water receptive .
Ii)Bhutan is another tributary of the Brahmaputra river on the river
sankosa India – bhutana border 1 km upstream of the reservoir capacity
53 m height emasiema 4930 with the construction of the dam . Sankosa dam 11 km downstream and create sankosa Barrage .
3) water from the Brahmaputra basin for a total 457 km gangaya the long,
10 meters depth and 1 : The purpose of the shield 0000 – sankosa –
water – to connect to the Ganges Canal ( Link 10) to be created . The purpose of this process sankosa brahmaputre from the river before it reaches the water will be sent to gangaya .
Sanyogakhalati divided into the following sections :
A)purpose – sankosa Canal : From sankosa Dam Dam purpose of satisfying
the canal 114 km , width of 66 meters and the water transport capacity
of 1370 cubic meters per second ( kiumeka ) .
B) sankosa – Teesta Canal : sankosa dams in the Teesta Barrage canal
length 137 km , width of 1 meter and water transport capacity of 1 355
kiumeka .
C) water – the Ganges Canal : from the Ganges River Teesta Barrage
pharakkara flow up to 60 km in length and 06 km of the canal ,
the width of 1 meter and water transport capacity of 1 355 kiumeka .
4) water from the Brahmaputra basin for the purpose gangaya – sankosa –
water – an alternative to the Ganga canal to connect the jogighopa –
sankosa – water – to connect to the Ganges Canal ( Link -11 ) .
purpose of the brahmaputrera tributary of the river , rather than
trying to collect from sankosa jogighopa will create a place called
Barrage Barrage jogighopa brahmaputrera water connection from the 97.53
km canal will be taken through the barrage sankosa . However,
for the transfer of water panike 5 at the pump in 1059 the total height
of 100 m would move to implement this option less likely .
5) After the Brahmaputra basin water gangaya 15 bisiema water will be
flowing into pharakkara pharakka Barrage project , which will be used
for irrigation purposes . Moreover,
from pharakka pharakka – canal to connect the Sundarbans ( Link -1 )
and the transfer of water through the 9 bisiema which will be used in
bisiema Jamuna Canal regeneration and development , and the rest of the 7
bisiema kestapura bhangarakata hugalite transfer will be utilized to
increase nabyata kalakata port .
6) Ganga water from the Ganges river basin – Damodar – subarnarekha
connecting canals ( Link -13 ) subarnarekha through the river and from
the river surarnarekha surarnarekha – mahanadi connecting canals ( Link
-14 ) mahanadite move through the water .
7) upstream from the pharakka Mirzapur district of Madhya Pradesh to the
149.10 km long limestone limestone – sona Barrage canals to connect (
link -8 ) through 6 bisiema water from the Ganges river sona Bihar and
Uttar Pradesh were transferred to the provinces will be used for
irrigation purposes .
I plan to connect to the Himalayan region –
8) mahanadi from the river connecting the south of the project
(Peninsular component) Link 1 – Link 4 – Link 7 – Link 8 – 9 have been
linked in the southern regions of Kaveri River basin will be transferred
.Sabamiliye north-east Himalayan and southern parts of Peninsular together both in the planning of the whole affair looks like –
of the Ganges and the Teesta Barrage Indian desertification has
resulted in more than a third of the book , a great many of the die ,
the salinity increased , Agriculture and Fisheries Wealth disaster . I have a groundwater dam upstream of the Meghna and the floral floor Barrage threat . The rest of the Brahmaputra basin . Now
brahmaputrera Barrage upstream dam construction and the inter- river
link project moving through the water in the southern What it means to
be excluded from the rest of the prabahatuku and desertification and
salinity jhukite read the whole Bangladesh

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