Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 22-25 February, 2005 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 22-25 February, 2005

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List of participants
     

Chandrashekhar Uprade
Daly College 
Indore (MP)
uchand11@rediffmail.com

Madan Lal Tiwari
People’s Science Institute(P.S.I)
Dehradun
psiddoon@sancharnet.in

Ashok kumar Upadhyay
Cuddapah,A.P.
ashokoriental@rediffmail.com

Prakash Balaji Sawant
Thane West 
pbs_2005@yahoo.co.in

Rashmin R. More
Navi Mumbai
rashminpws@hotmail.com

D D Derashri
President, Mewar Sewa Sansthan 
Bhilwara
dderashri@yahoo.com

Priyamvada Bugga Aggrawal
Landscape Architect
New Delhi
priyam_79@indiatimes.com

U R Pandya
Unit Manager, 
CMSU, WASMO
Jamnagar
cmsu_jnagar@wasmo.org

Nisha Peris
New Delhi
nishaperis@yahoo.com
nperis@worldbank.org

Lalit Mohan Sharma
SM Sehgal Foundation
Gurgaon
lalit.Sharma@smsfoundation.org

Suneet Sehgal
Scientific Development and Research Agency
New Delhi
team@glide.net.in 
suneet@teamengineers.com

 

K.G.Sudheendra
BAIF Development Research foundation
Dharwad, Karnataka
Sudheendra.banglore@gmail.com

Ahmad Raza Faruqi
Aligarh
ahmadfaruqi@rediffmail.com

Meenakshi Arora
Centre for Rural Development and Technologies, IIT
New Delhi
mpahwa2000@yahoo.com

Narendra Kumar Rai
Ashok Sansthan kundesar 
Ghazipur,
Uttar Pradesh
ashoksansthan@yahoo.co.in

S.N. Pal
J.K.Laxmi Cement
Sirohi Road Rajasthan-
snpal@lc.jumail.com

Amir. H.M Malik
COMSATS, CIIT
Abbottabad NWFP, Pakistan
ahmalih@cii.net.pk

Pasang Dorjee Lepcha
Darjeeling, West Bengal
rcdcdorg@sancharnet.in,pagnas21@lycos.com

Rajesh Kumar
Centre for Disaster Mitigation and Response
Peoples Science Institute
Dehradun
cdmr_psi@yahoo.co.in

Kamlesh K Wakharia
Dy Ex Engineer,
Narmada Water Resources Water Supply & K Department
Gandinagar
wakharia@yahoo.co.in

Padmanava Lahiri
Scientific Development Research Agency
New Delhi
team@glide.net.in
suneet@teamengineers.com

Raju S. Bastewar
Wardha, Maharashtra
raju_bastewar@yahoo.com

Training Date: 
22-25 February, 2005

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