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Sep 26, 2018
Uttar Pradesh govt decides to shut tanneries during Kumbh Mela; move made to provide devotees with clean waterAccording to the UPSIDC, there are 264 big and small tanneries that operate in Kanpur and Unnao. Income from these tanneries is the primary source of livelihood for more than one lakh families.
Jun 17, 2018
Smart India Hackathon final for hardware products to be held at IISc, BengaluruUnder the hardware edition, 4,362 ideas were received, with 50,000 students participating from 752 technical institutions.
Apr 10, 2018
When to introduce your newborn to water?Avantika Bahuguna Kukreti shares important tips on how to make that first sip of water special and safe for your little one.
Mar 23, 2018
World Water Day: Take this quiz to find out how much you know about India's H2O crisisEvery year, 22 March is celebrated as World Water Day, with an aim to bring about awareness over the water crisis faced by countries like India. Take the quiz now to check your water quotient
Jan 14, 2018
Marathwada Diary: High amounts of fluoride in groundwater continue to threaten drought-hit Nanded villagesSawarkhed's groundwater contains fluoride. This is a chemical that is naturally present in soil, rocks and groundwater. But in concentrated form, it can be extremely harmful.
Jun 02, 2017
World Environment Day 2017: Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal's decade-long effort to clean up a riverFrom 2008 onwards, Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal has been working to clean up the Kali Bein, a tributary of the Beas in Punjab
Mar 22, 2016
Not so Swachh Bharat: Indians most deprived of access to clean waterThe international charity Water Aid says 75.8 million Indians — or 5 percent of the country's 1.25 billion population — are forced to either buy water at high rates or use supplies that are contaminated with sewage or chemicals.
Mar 21, 2015
Every Drop Counts: Watch how water is life for families in CambodiaGetting a drink of water is often not as simple as turning on a tap. For families in Kampong Speu, Cambodia, it's a labour-intensive process that often results in diseases like diarrhoea and typhoid.