Ramveer Tanwar

Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi Praises Efforts Of UP Engineer Who Quit His Job To Revive Ponds


Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the nation on Sunday, praised the efforts of Ramveer Tanwar, who left a multi-national company in order to revive the ponds of his area. The Indian Prime Minister, during his 'Mann Ki Baat' radio address, praised Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida-based 28-year-old mechanical.....

World Earth Day 2019: Meet the environmentalist behind the #SelfieWithPond campaign


What started as a jal chapaul or people’s gathering to raise awareness on water conservation in Gautam Buddh Nagar’s Dadha Village in 2014, soon turned out to be a larger initiative for conservation of waterbodies. The brainchild of Ramveer Tanwar,....

This Mechanical Engineer From Noida Gave Up His MNC Job To Revive Ponds To Fight Water Shortage


Water is one of those precious natural resources that is depleting rapidly due to global warming. There are still places where people don't have access to potable water, especially in India. However, a 26-year-old mechanical engineer is creating water awareness in villages and reviving ponds to fight the problem of water scarcity.

[Commentary] Wetland champions: Promise from the grassroots


As the Second World War ended in the mid-1940s, an important scientific breakthrough was to add a strong weapon to the global fight against malaria. The industrial synthesis of chloroquine, combined

A Young Man Tried to Save Lakes But No One Expected This Result


1.8 billion – that’s how many people on our planet are currently living without access to clean drinking water. One of the biggest culprits in this problem is water pollution. Luckily, there are people like Ramveer Tanwar setting an example and taking action to solve this crisis!

Water Conservation: 25-Year-Old Engineer Ramveer Tanwar’s Efforts ...


New Delhi: In Greater Noida’s Dabra village, a number of inhabitants have grown up to gradually witness the local ponds being encroached upon.

This 25-year-old from UP found it hard to make his villagers believe in water

Indian Express

With India’s water levels declining every other minute, it is the remotest regions of the country which have been facing the worst of this crisis.

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BBC News हिन्दी

26-year-old engineer helps bring 10 ponds back to life in Greater Noida

Times of India

India News: Ramveer Tanwar, who has a BTech in mechanical engineering, recently quit his job with a multinational to focus on a cause dear ...