CHENNAI WATER CRISIS
Judicious allocation of water is a big challenge, says Suresh Prabhu
As India's population continues to grow each year by more than 15 million and the economy grows by 6 to 10 per cent, the availability of water continues to decline.
India's water security crisis: Dams, pollution and climate change biggest threats facing Himalayan rivers
A committee set up by the ministry ...
O Paneerselvam's first challenge as chief minister: Tamil Nadu's water crisis
This, precisely, is the first big challenge that the new CM, O ...
Government mulling scheme for Dalit-majority villages facing water crisis
The government is mulling a scheme to help out Dalit-majority villages facing water crisis due to lack of availability or improper conservation infrastructure, Uma Bharti said.
National Crisis Management Committee reviews flood situation in Chennai
NCMC also had a video conference with Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary K Gnanadesikan who briefed it on the prevailing situation, official sources said.
This stock has a water-tight case for growth; brokerages see 30% upside
This firm is a multinational player in water and wastewater treatment sectors.
Chennai rains: City turns island; road, rail, air links disrupted
Chennai turned a virtual island and several coastal areas of TN were marooned by flood waters after unprecedented rains in 100 years pounded the city.
Here's why India may be on the brink of an unprecedented full-blown water crisis
With pockets of severe drought and areas of unchecked wastage, India is looking at an acute water crisis in the near future.
The only sustainable solution for water crisis is mass movements designed and driven by local communities: Vasundhara Raje
Rajasthan has made a small start but we need to think harder about urbanisation, groundwater regulation and demand management.
Wait and view Chennai's new political equations
Who will call the shots, close aide Sasikala or CM O Panneerselvam? Will the AIADMK stay united or implode? Will the BJP poach from the party?
A future of thirst: Water crisis lies on the horizon
The next time your throat is as dry as a bone and the Sun is beating down, take a glass of clean, cool water.
Centre, states not on same page when it comes to water rule book
Several water experts insist that an ample bundle of laws exists to govern water resources efficiently with no need for an over-arching central law.
BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur set to meet Mumbai Indians, Rising Pune Supergiants to discuss Maharashtra crisis
The key issue of the meeting is whether there can be a possible shift of venue or whether BCCI can buy water to maintain the pitches.
Cauvery issue: Attack on Kannadiga-owned hotel in Chennai
The incident comes a day after a video purportedly showing a 22-year-old Tamil youth being beaten by a group of men in Bengaluru.
Agrarian crisis: Borewell and free power ruin Tamil Nadu farmers
A severe drought this year has dragged down groundwater levels in Tamil Nadu. Here's the fifth of our series on one of the biggest agrarian crises facing the South:
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