Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 27-31 January, 2005 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 27-31 January, 2005

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List of participants    
     

Nalin Shah
Korba
snalin@hotmail.com

P.Gangi Reddy
Director CHAITANYA
Hindupur
Anantpur Distt AP
CHAITANYA_reds@yahoo.com

Tapan Saha
IWMED
Kolkata
tsaha@vsnl.net

Vivek Porwal
Assistant Technical Manager
Reliance Industries Limited
New Delhi
vivek_porwal@ril.co

Parul Rastogi
Student
Agra
parulrastogi2000@yahoo.co.in

Siva Kumar Subramaniam Raja
Noida
ssramkumar@rediffmail.com

Dr Chandankeri GG
Senior Project Manager
Technology Informatics Design Endeavour
Bangalore
tide@vsnl.com

Anna Fjordside
Student
Bangalore 
anfj@ruc.dk

Varghese C Thomas
Senior Sub Editor
Malayala Manorama Daily
Kottayam, Kerala

P Balasubramanian
Consultant (plumbing)
B.S. Consultants
Delhi
pbs27562@yahoo.co.in
bscplbg@sify.com

Sandeep Adhyapak
Civil engineer—Head Projects
Water Field Technologies
Thane-W
s_adhyapak@hotmail.com
sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

 

Niranjan Khaire
Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodhini's Vilasrao Salunkhe 
Chair.Keshav Srushti,
Uttan, Bhayander(W)
Thane
niranjank@rmponweb.org

Sidhartha Mitra
Architect
Costford.NCR
New Delhi
costford@bol.net.in

Anil Mudkanna
Trainee Engineer
Ion Exchange (I) Ltd.
Mumbai
anil.gm@ionecchange.co.in

Neeraj Sharma
Deputy Director

Ashok Dhingra
Equity Research INC.
Chinmaya Rural Primary Health Care & Training Centre
Sidhbari, H.P. 
ashok.dhingra@gmail.com

Abhishek Kaushal
Executive Marketing
Ion Exchange Services
New Delhi
abhishek_titu@yahoo.com

Ashim Chawdhury
Service SupervisorIon Exchange Services (East) Ltd.
Kolkata
dashim@rediffmail.com

Sanjeev Deshpande
Deputy Manager
Ion Exchange Services
Bangalore
Sanjeevdespande2000@yahoo.com

Vidhi Saxena
Noida
architectvidhi@yahoo.com

Jagdish Murthy
Head - Projects
Computer Associates
Hyderabad
Jagdish.murthy@ca.com

 

Training Date: 
27-31 January, 2005

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