CHENNAI WATER CRISIS
Sea levels rising faster, Indian cities at high flood risk: IPCC
Four Indian cities are among 45 such coastal port cities globally where even an increase of sea level by 50 cm will lead to flooding.
Get ready for another chronic water shortage this summer
This will again be a time of chronic water shortage, ad hoc policies and dangerously...
Six days after cyclone Fani, life in Odisha far from normal
Still reeling under the aftermath of cyclone Fani, there is no electricity most o...
The challenge of water: India’s ability to manage and govern water will determine its future
Water will determine India’s ability to achieve high economic growth, ensure environmental sustainability and improve quality of life for citizens.
India’s worsening drought is forcing doctors to buy water for surgery
Failed rains last year and delays in this year’s annual monsoon have left nearly half of India facing drought-like conditions.
View: How urban primacy assumed importance in Sitharaman's Budget speech
Water for every household by 2024, as promised by the FM in her Budget, is attainable only if water is conserved, reused and priced appropriately.
Plan to revive over three million springs in 10 hill states on the cards
A comprehensive policy is in the pipeline to revive and rejuvenate large number of springs in the Himalayan region to make them perennial.
Rain woes continue to trouble Mumbaikars, Anand Mahindra expresses concern over 'volatile weather'
Mahindra took to Twitter to express concern over the situation.
'Auto Raja’ crowd-sourcing funds for water at home for destitutes
Raja, 52, also known as ‘Auto Raja’, runs a home for the destitute at Doddagubbi near Kothanur.
IPL's popularity puts it in the midst of Tamil Nadu - Karnataka water dispute
IPL has nothing to do with Tamil Nadu-Karnataka water dispute but its popularity makes it a target for rabble-rousers.
How data on water sources can enable greater preservation
A recent NITI Aayog report says that unreliable and insufficient data on water sources is the hurdle for infrastructure and policy-development for water.
Decoded: The concerns and aspirations of the urban electorate in seven Indian cities
Among the 543 Lok Sabha seats, 100 have an urban population of more than 50%, according to the 2011 Census.
Government should enact laws to ensure water security for all: Rajendra Singh
Singh, known as the 'Waterman' of India, said it is high time the governments take steps to ensure proper management of water in view of prevailing conditions.
Can Indian firms improve their crisis response record?
Heavyweights in Indian firms say most CEOs & promoters see CSR spend as the limit of their social responsibility. There’s reluctance to spend anything more.
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