You don’t really need to be a devout reader of news to know that Tamil Nadu has been grappling with a water crisis.
Dana Kishore says city has an assured supply of around 442 mgd, thanks to Krishna and Godavari waters
Using Artificial Intelligence and smart meters, four entrepreneurs from India innovate feasible solutions to monitor consumption and wastage in water-starved Chennai.
Water is being supplied in tankers to affected villages in Karnataka where 1.51 lakh people face drinking water scarcity.
State unlikely to get Krishna waters as Almatti, Narayanpur in K’taka report massive drop in inflows due to poor rains
During the past five years alone, investments on water related infra have grown at a compounded annual rate of 15 percent and touched USD 21 billion last fiscal.
If 10 per cent of the water used for agriculture could be saved, India’s water problems would be solved.
This comes at a time when Chennai has been facing a historic water crisis forcing the TN government to bring potable water though train.
The residents said that around 10 people in New Colony 6th Cross Street, Chrompet had to seek medical help after the incident.
Interestingly, NGOs in Hyderabad are turning car parks of 10 by 20 feet or lesser into those with underground storage tanks that are 6-feet deep with upto a capacity of 32,000 litres.
Due to ongoing work on the heavy leakage in Phase II of the Krishna Drinking Water Supply Scheme on Gurramguda ‘X’ Roads, a shutdown has been proposed from 6 am on Monday to 6 am on Tuesday.
Chairman Institution of Engineers, Telangana, Rameshwar Rao calls for upgraded water, sewage systems in Hyderabad
Better sewage treatment will help improve quality of water bodies, and thus water, says ex-HMWSSB chief
Due to ongoing work on the heavy leakage in Phase II of the Krishna Drinking Water Supply Scheme on Gurramguda ‘X’ Roads, a shutdown has been proposed from 6 am on July 15 to 6 am on July 16.
Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board managing director M Dana Kishore appeals for water conservation at all costs
As per a NITI Aayog report on water management index from 2018, India has been undergoing the worst water crisis that the country has ever witnessed.
The Shenbagathope dam, one of the four major reservoirs aimed at feeding Tiruvannamalai district, has long been crying for care as it is in pathetic conditions with damaged shutters and broken masonry