water scarcity

‘India needs to look at water, climate problems closely,’ says Joyeeta Gupta

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Spinoza Prize winner Joyeeta Gupta, the first India-born scientist to secure the award that is also called the ‘Dutch Nobel Prize’, speaks about climate change and smart policies

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

A Thirst for Change

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

The Water Wars

India must elevate the increasingly scarce resource to a strategic level

Global Warning

The fabled land of sweet waters is on the verge of dehydration. Aditya Iyer in Cape Town captures the mood before Day Zero

When Cows Come Home to Die

Some of the worst casualties of the drought in south India are its cattle

Bengaluru: A City in Distress

The civic struggle to regain the legend of Bengaluru

River on Fire

The waters of goodwill between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are fast receding

Water Riot Scare in Maharashtra

Water-starved residents have been attacking tankers and taking away the water. Such escalations are becoming common across Latur


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