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Jan 18, 2017
Battling the germs in WaterArray
Oct 20, 2016
Ford plans to use zero drinking water for vehicle manufacturing by 2020Ford has also shared the same plan with its vendors and suppliers for a stronger impact.
Sep 25, 2016
Cauvery issue: Karnataka’s stand does not amount to contempt of SC, says BV AcharyaSenior advocate BV Acharya questions how a two-judge bench can arrogate to itself the power that a three-judge bench when a previous order of the bigger bench already exists.
Aug 11, 2016
Over 57,400 schemes on in different states to provide drinking water in rural areas: GovtOver 57,400 schemes are going on in different states to provide drinking water to the rural population, said the government.
Aug 01, 2016
Over 36% of rural scheduled tribes don't have drinking water source at homeOver 36 percent of the total 2.01 crore Scheduled Tribes (ST) households in rural India do not have drinking water source in their house, the government told the Rajya Sabha.
Jul 27, 2016
Israeli scientists develop new system to harvest drinking water from airIsraeli scientists at the Institute of Technology in Haifa have proposed an innovative system for harvesting safe drinking water from air.
Jul 19, 2016
Watch: Drinking water still cause of worry in many Indian householdsCensus data says that more than half of Indian households do not have a source of drinking water at home
Apr 26, 2016
Tamil Nadu poll: Farm loans top issue for rural voters, jobs for urban peopleFor urban voters, employment was given the highest priority, followed by noise pollution and drinking water.
Apr 19, 2016
Odisha water crisis: Government sanctions Rs. 300 crore for potable water project in stateOdisha government today said it will provide free drinking water to urban poor households and announced earmarking Rs 300 crore for development of infrastructure for potable water.
Apr 19, 2016
The great Indian water crisis: Data drought compounds depleting stockAccording to a government survey of ground water units in 2011, 16 percent of the units across 30 states and six UTs were in the "over exploited" category.