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As for the national water strategy, the minister affirmed that the issue has been under study by the government for years, pointing out the Water Resources Council which was set up by a cabinet resolution.
In view of this, the Ministry had prepared National Water Policy (2012), which was adopted by the National Water Resources Council headed by the Prime Minister on 28.
The State Chief Minister - Virbhadra Singh has made the request during his speech at the National Water Resources Council in New Delh, which was chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
Finally, the compact would give extensive powers and immunities to the Great Lakes Basin Water Resources Council that go beyond its role as a multi-state agency.
In April, the Maine legislature passed a bill supported by CLF that moves Bay Management another step forward by requiring a detailed evaluation of Bay Management by Maine's Land and Water Resources Council.
Creation of the portal is a key early goal of the Ohio Water Resources Council (OWRC), a state entity comprised of an executive assistant to Governor Bob Taft and the heads of nine state agencies: the Ohio departments of agriculture, development, health, natural resources, and transportation; the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency; the Ohio Public Works Commission; the Ohio Water Development Authority; and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
While speaking in 6th meeting of National Water Resources Council at New Delhi today Chief Minister, Shri Virbhadra Singh said that state government had launched World Bank funded 59.
Mr Al Jowder added that the ministry was in the process of forming a Water Resources Council to bolster efforts towards better utilisation of water.