CHENNAI WATER CRISIS
Chennai flood situation 'very alarming': Home Minister Rajnath Singh
He said in the 24 hrs ending 8.30 AM of Dec 2, Chennai received 330 mm of rain when the fact is that in the whole of December it generally gets 250 mm.
Simple & cheap solution to India's grave water crisis: Waste water recycling
Avg cost of wastewater treatment is Rs 4.5-6 a kilo litre. If tr...
Gurgaon on its deathbed: Haphazard model of development causes severe water crisis
One of India’s youngest cities is fast losing the water-se...
Telecom companies suffer Rs 300 crore loss due to Chennai floods
Out of the Rs 300 crore losses estimated by Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), Rs 100 crore is on account of network restoration.
308 districts in India facing shortage of potable water
Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh have reported the most number of districts, 50 and 46 respectively, affected due to water shortage, he said.
Cauvery row: Hyderabad to the rescue of Bengaluru as water war hits IT firms
Nearly two-thirds of the 90,000 techies in Bengaluru handling critical services have been unable to work due to clashes.
Chennai floods: Centre, Tamil Nadu government attacked in Rajya Sabha
Centre and Tamil Nadu government today came in for attack in Rajya Sabha over "lack of preparedness" to handle floods.
Cauvery crisis: A long road for business between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka
Auto firms to online retailers feel heat as vehicle movement almost at a standstill
POKE ME: Despite Chennai facing a calamity, it's better prepared than most Indian cities
In terms of its geography, the city of Chennai is quite disadvantaged, being close to sea level making it low-lying and prone to floods.
Chennai's IT corridor, home to TCS, Cognizant & Infosys, faces shutdown due to water shortage
IT companies along the OMR corridor, including TCS, Cognizant and Infosys, rely on a rickety system of water supply: tankers
Israel to cooperate with Rajasthan in water management
Israel that has similar climatic conditions as Rajasthan, will replicate its own success model of harnessing water resources, in the state
India uses up more groundwater than US & China
Most residents of Managarhi use bottled water for drinking and cooking, as if they were living in a desert and not in one of the world's most water-rich plains.
Chennai rains: Nitish Kumar expresses concern, Tejaswi Yadav to donate first pay
"Today is December 2 but still winter has not arrived in Bihar unlike in the past," he said, adding it was an indication of change in climate.
Why rains will not solve the country's growing ground water problems
In many parts of the country, ground water is being withdrawn well above the capacity of rains to recharge the aquifers, even with manual intervention.
Eulogised in death, Jayalalithaa leaves a checkered legacy
Jaya's life was a battle that created many scars but left her victorious. It also moulded the image of Jayalalithaa as a strong leader who smashed the glass ceiling.
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