CHENNAI WATER CRISIS
Times Water Summit 2020: It’s still not late in saving India from becoming a waterless country if we start acting on it now!
The Times Water Summit 2020, a Times of India initiative under the banner of ‘Make India Water Positive’, is spearheading the need for stronger and unified water infrastructure by bringing key stakeholders of the ecosystem - the people, the policymakers, the corporates, and the agricultural community - all under one roof.
Water crisis: CBSE makes mandatory for schools to become water efficient in next 3 years
After a recent report by NITI Aayog which shows Delh...
Little water left, but Tamil Nadu has most bottling units in country
Amid drought, water guzzling plants in the state draw at least 21 millio...
Train carrying water to reach parched Chennai in afternoon: Railways
A special 50 wagon train, carrying water from Tamil Nadu's Vellore district will reach Chennai on Friday afternoon, a Southern Railway official said.
How India's water ends up everywhere but India
Putting so much water into rice grains and swelling cotton bolls seems a criminal waste of a precious resource.
India’s water crisis is man-made
While climate change certainly played a role, however, Chennai’s is largely a man-made disaster.
Water emergency in Tamil Nadu: Baalu
Baalu said in the next few years 21 cities could face severe water shortage and urged the government to take immediate steps in this regard.
Only rain can save Chennai: Leonardo DiCaprio on water crisis in India
Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu is facing a water crisis. According to a report, the four main water reservoirs are completely dry. Holly...
Four from India in top 20 water vulnerable megacities
A Study Of 400 Cities With Over 10 Million People Revealed That The Top 20 Comprised Those With High Scarcity And Those That Saw Floods
Minister asks God for rain as Chennai's water crisis deepens
A water crisis is brewing in many parts of the world’s second-most populated nation as unsustainable use and few measures to harness rain lead to shortages.
Why Chennai’s water crisis should worry you
Citizens are paying a heavy price for reckless destruction of water bodies, poor planning.
In parched Chennai, hospitals hike charges
Not making matters any easier are private water tankers, which, too, have doubled the cost of the water they supply to private hospitals.
CM's residence gets up to three 9,000L watertankers daily: Chennai Water Depot
While Tamil Nadu is facing acute water crisis, CM's residence gets up to three 9,000L watertankers daily. TIMES NOW is here with the evidenc...
Tamil Nadu: Chennai under severe drinking water crisis, CM Palaniswami downplays it
Coming down heavily on encroachments on water bodies, the Madras High Court Tuesday sought a detailed report about the number of lakes and r...