BIS Report – Ambiguous. Weak Opposition’s Dirty Ploy Ridiculed By People of Delhi

A highly inconclusive BIS report on the purity of drinking water has culminated into a toxic blame game being played by opposition leaders and created mass hysteria and panic among Delhi’s residents. Politicians are known to be opportune. And the…

Parched Chennai receives water via train

The first train carrying water to Chennai has left from Jolarpettai railway station in Vellore district on Friday.

India’s ambitious desalination plan to resolve water crisis

NITI Aayog has come forward to take India out of water crisis by desalinating sea water and supplying it through pipelines.

While Delhi battles waves of drought, only poor face the heat

The capital doesn’t seem to be better off than others as gaping inequalities have people fighting over the one most basic necessity – water.

Congress, DMK want Puducherry LG Kiran Bedi sacked for water crisis remarks

Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Thursday hit out at Puducherry Lt Governor Kiran Bedi”>Kiran Bedi for allegedly speaking

With the driest June in 5 years, India on the verge of an agricultural crisis?

India facing the driest June in 5 five years, rainfall dropped by a third on average. The major source of irrigation water is rainwater in India, with over half of India’s agricultural land depending on it.

PM Modi discusses Emergency, water crisis in ‘Mann Ki Baat’

In his first edition of the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio programme after being re-elected, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday discussed various topics like Emergency, water crisis and International Yoga Day, among others, while stating that he felt “empty” without addressing countrymen on the last Sunday of every month.

Indian megacities are dryest in the world

Chennai is facing a severe water crisis, emergency measures are taken to ensure even basic drinking water for residents. Chennai is the worst-affected city among 400 cities across the world as per the global research. The southern Indian city of…

Satellite images show how India neglected its water crisis

India faces an acute water shortage causing massive public unrest. Niti Ayog suggests this is the beginning. How could the government not see this coming?

Are we running out of water by 2030?

Forget the next generation, a recent report of Niti Ayog states that the groundwater will get depleted in 21 major cities by 2020 and around 40% population of India will not have water to drink by 2030.