Let’s find out about the Water World

  • No to Crackers, Yes to Life: Quality Time with Your Family

    By neeranjali on November 9, 2012
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      On the auspicious occasion of one of the important festivals in India, Diwali, you ought to do something different and special that would be cherished forever. You hardly get time to spend with your family during the whole year since you remain extremely busy with your work throughout. It is obvious that you are very much concerned about your

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  • No to crackers, Yes to life

    By neeranjali on November 8, 2012
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    Diwali or Deepavali which is also known as “the festival of lights” is considered to be one of the biggest festivals in India.The festival is mainly associated with the process of lighting lamps at doorsteps. Though the main purpose of this festival is to welcome Goddess Lakshmi for success, fortune and prosperity.

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  • 8000+ Members strong

    By neeranjali on September 23, 2012
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    It is heartening to see people responding to the awareness call Neeranjali created on the web. It’s only been 18 months when Neeranjali group came into existence and not only to our surprise but to our happiness that more and more people are becoming a part of Neeranjali. This only shows how aware of this social cause the online generation

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  • Think Blue : Go Green

    By neeranjali on July 16, 2012
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    ‘Neer’ means water and ‘Anjali’ means offering. With an intent of offering water and conservation of the elixir, NGO ‘Neeranjali’ was formed by Sarika Baheti. Toeing on lines of thinking blue and going green, this NGO is committed towards spreading awareness of water conservation methods right from the ground level. Read more at CityPlus-Jagran

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  • Green living: Water matters so use it wisely

    By neeranjali on June 1, 2012
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    The April showers didn’t come this year, but we’re still hoping for May flowers. And we also are hoping for some late spring rain and snow in the mountains. Runoff from the Poudre River is expected to be well below average, and the amount of water available to the city from the river will be reduced. However, Horsetooth Reservoir will

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