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One Water For All: A Pathway To A Water-Secure Future

How collaborative institutions can enable communities to manage their own water resources

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World Water Day: Nissan India Offers ‘Free Foam Wash Service’

The company claims that its Foam wash technique reduces water consumption by 45% and increases gloss & shine in cars by 38%

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World Water Day: Towards A Sustainable Future

"Today, drinking water contamination and abysmal living conditions have become a socio-economic hazard in a nation like India impacting millions of lives every year. Lack of safe drinking water creates a surging effect on health problems," says Shashank Sinha, AVP Marketing at Eureka Forbes Limited

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PM Modi Urges Jan Shakti To Save Jal Shakti

Namami Gange is Modi government's ambitious project that brings together various efforts of the government for cleaning and conserving the river

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Water Scarcity

Population growth and climate change are creating a new, more challenging world. Let's be ready for a severe crisis in the coming decades

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Swachhagraha: An All-inclusive Approach Towards Water

Water ATMs should also be treated as a Micro Industry and reduced cost loans from various multilateral agencies should be made available under the employment generation programmes leading to livelihood creation

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What Will Indian Rivers Inter-link Project Bring!

There is an urgent need to take Socio-environmental concerns related to IRL Project so a very detailed hydrological, geological, meteorological and environmental analysis of the project would be imperative for the benefit of India

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War Over Water: Indus Creates Rift Between India And Pakistan

India must refrain from revoking the treaty since it will have disastrous effects on India and Pakistan

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Why Lay Emphasis On Water In India?

Due to the rapid rise in population and growing economy of the country, there will be a continuous increase in demand for water, and it will become scarce in the coming decades

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Here Is All You Need To Know About WASH Project (2007)

WASH project started in 2007 which stands for "Water, Sanitation and Hygiene" - several interrelated public health issues that are of particular interest to international development programs. Affordable access to WASH is a key public health issue, especially in developing countries

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An Unfortunate Tale Of The Ganges Of Varanasi

Varanasi is one of the most prominent flow route of the river Ganga and sadly the most polluted route too

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The Need Of World Water Day

It is meant to inspire people around the world to learn more about water-related issues, tell others about these issues and take action to make a difference, particularly in developing countries

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Why Waste Water When We Can Reuse It

Instead of wasting wastewater, we need to reduce and reuse it

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Can Big Data Be Used To Address India's Growing Water Crisis?

For India, one of the world's most water stressed nations, the day hardly registers a blip in the overall national consciousness

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