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Dec 08, 2018
9:04PM

India Water Summit concludes in Delhi

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The three days India Water Summit concluded in New Delhi today. Key issues including afforestation, biodiversity, urban river management, innovation in sewage and sewerage management were discussed during the event.

During the valedictory session, Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources, U.P Singh emphasized on the creation of a working group which will help in converting technology to working models. 

According to an official release, the Summit introduced the Ganga Finance Forum, which brought together a number of national and international financial sector experts.

They highlighted the gaps but equally provided a plethora of innovative financial instruments to support the Ganga Rejuvenation programme.

The India Water Impact Summit is an annual event to provide a platform to start a discourse towards understanding water as a natural resource. 

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