Water Management

A sure-fire way to end India’s water crisis

If water is not placed under the cash nexus when it is in short supply, people will go thirsty. There is no more ‘right’ to water than there is to copper or corn India is one of the 17 countries

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The strategic river

The Galwan River in east Ladakh continues to be important, providing direct and convenient access to Shyok and areas beyond Though just about 80 kilometres in length, the Galwan River in east Ladakh is of immense strategic importance for India.

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Conserve water for a safer future

India’s relatively wet climate offers hope even in today’s dire situation. What is needed is the enforcement of programmes aimed at conserving our most precious resource Water, water everywhere/ Nor any drop to drink.” These words, from an evocative poem

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Look for Dry Future as Water level Decreases Exceptionally

The crisis that is engulfing India is an existential one for the nation. There will not be one solution to it For years, poor Indians in urban slums have had daily fights over water. Piped water, which most English-speaking Indians

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Implementing Nano-technology to Solve Chennai Water Crisis

A solution to the water crisis lies within the State itself. IIT Madras has developed a process to purify sewage water with nano technology. And it’s cost-effective The images of Dayanidhi Maran and Kanimozhi, the newly-elected Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK)

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