JAIPUR: Life is limping back to normal at many flood-affected districts in Rajasthan as water has started receding . However, at many places heavy rainfall continued on Thursday. Jaipur Met office said
In the present study, efforts have been made to identify and map areas affected by various soil degradation processes in Hanumangarh district of western Rajasthan. Soil degradation processes were identified by using IRS-1B satellite image of the year 1998, SOI topsheets, ground truth verification and soil studies.
The objective of this study was to determine the bacterial contaminations in drinking water samples collected form some rural habitations of northern Rajasthan, India.
Hanumangarh/Abohar, May 13 Thousands of devotees, who visit Rawatsar town of Hanumangarh district to pay their obeisance at the ancient temple of Khetarpal Baba, have to quench their thirst by consuming contaminated water that is supplied by the local water works.
This study was carried out to assess the fluoride concentration in groundwater in some villages of northern Rajasthan, India, where groundwater is the main source of drinking water. Water samples collected form deep aquifer based hand-pumps were analysed for fluoride content. Fluoride in presently studied sites was recorded in the ranges of 4.78 and 1.01 mg/l.