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India Today approaches CEEW for independent, neutral expert opinion on allocation of water resources
18 Feb 2012

Following a ruling by the Supreme Court of India on 2 February stating that the State is duty-bound to adopt the method of auctioning while transferring or alienating natural resources, India Today wrote an article on the reactions it trigerred in industry and government and summarised experts views on allocation of different natural resources. In order to seek neutral expert opinion on the question of adopting the auctioning method for allocation of water resources, India Today interviewed Arunabha Ghosh, Chief Executive Officer of CEEW and published his views. Arunabha Ghosh, has led the National Water Resources Framework Study, an extensive 584-page report commissioned by the Planning Commission of India which provides a holistic overview of management of water-related issues and establishes a framework for studying, observing, conserving, managing and delivering water resources and services. The full article can be read at http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/auction-of-natural-resources/1/174102.html

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