PM Modi's I-Day speech thought provoking, extremely courageous: Shatrughan Sinha
Contrary to his party's stand, Sinha had also welcomed the passage of Triple Talaq Bill by both houses of the Parliament and had termed it a milestone.
Can a single tribunal resolve water disputes between states?
With growing water scarcity, fights over rivers will only get uglier between sta...
Rights group: Iraq government mismanaging water crisis
BASRA, Iraq (AP) — Increased rainfall in Iraq this year has helped alleviate a water crisis in Basra and may avert the kind of large-scale and violent protests that afflicted the southern province...
L&T hopes to double revenue from water business in 4 years
The company expects to fuel its growth on the back of government-funded water infrastructure projects.
Little water left, but Tamil Nadu has most bottling units in country
Amid drought, water guzzling plants in the state draw at least 21 million litres of water everyday, which is leading to an increase in salinity of the groundwater.
Why India's water problems won't just evaporate into thin air
India has 16% of the world's population and only 4% of the world's water resources at its disposal.
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.
Water crisis? India won’t be at sea
India's potential game-changer draws on Israel that is already using desalinated water for wide use.
India, Israel explore new areas of cooperation to boost financial ties
The two nations have entered into several partnerships recently, but those are mostly in security and technology.
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