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The National Green Tribunal (NGT) recently expressed dissatisfaction over the Central Groundwater Authority’s (CGWA) response to the widespread issue of toxic arsenic and fluoride in groundwater across India.

The problem of toxic arsenic and fluoride in groundwater across various areas of the country is not being effectively addressed by the Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA). The National Green Tribunal (NGT), said the reply filed by the CGWA on the matter was a “very generic response”. “From the report, it appears that no concrete steps have been taken by the CGWA to address the problem,” the tribunal said.

The bench said the report of the CGWA should clearly state the places where concrete steps have been taken to address arsenic and fluoride in groundwater or whether alternative drinking water is being provided to the people there.

Source – https://www.downtoearth.org.in/news/water/

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India is the hardest countries to emigrate to as it tops the list of nations where obtaining an employment visa is difficult, finds a new study.
Experts at William Russell – an expat insurance provider – analysed 30 countries and factors such as expat population, visa data, required vaccines and language requirements to determine the hardest countries to emigrate to. They gave each factor a normalised score out of ten, before taking an average of these scores.
They found that India has a low expat population percentage of 0.4%, the visa demands significant fees, and at least three vaccinations are required to emigrate to the country.
“Looking at the number of expats currently residing in a country gives us a general idea of how easy it is for people to move there and how appealing it is to expats. It also provides an idea of how easy it will be to adapt to a new country, which is always easier if there’s already a significant expat community. Remarkably, just 0.4% of India’s population were born outside the country,” said the report.

Source- https://thewire.in/world/

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