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The Future of Water

Holy Water

Madhavankutty Pillai

From being gateways to gods to cleansing of sins, it has played a central role in religion and culture

The Hydration Revolution

The reinvention of water as a wellness commodity

Water Warriors

From working to make Kutch villages self-sufficient to investing in traditional practices in the Himalayas to digging wells in Bengaluru, India’s frontline fighters are making water scarcity a thing of the past

Flowing Far

The benefits of river rejuvenation extend to water and food security, tourism and recreation

A Thirst for Change

A sarpanch brings round-the-clock water supply to every household in his Haryana village

Remembering In the Rain

Mulshi, one of the wettest places on the planet, marks the centenary of the world’s first anti-dam movement

The Lower Depths

Bengaluru continues to be water-stressed despite citizen awareness and initiatives to conserve and recharge lakes

Taking Drinking Water to Every Household

I am confident that we will achieve the Jal Jeevan Mission’s target of taking drinking water to every household, says Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat

Modi’s Water Mantra

The Jal Jeevan Mission is fulfilling a promise to provide every rural household with drinking water and a tap, a grand plan that began with the government integrating its disparate arms dealing with water under one ministry. Its biggest challenge now is to sustain groundwater and ensure India’s water security

The Water Wars

India must elevate the increasingly scarce resource to a strategic level

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