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Oct 12, 2019
Findings from Keeladi excavation site have a clear message for modern cities: Cherish your water, or perishToday, as the peripheries of our cities experience a seasonal ‘Day Zero’ and our water future looks to become decidedly more temperamental, the Keeladi site almost serves as a ‘Back to the Future’ moment for our cities
Jul 10, 2019
AAP, BJP joining hands for Okhla plant a welcome step, but political enmity may continue to hamper policy work in DelhiRecently Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal jointly laid foundation for a sewage water treatment plant in Delhi, showing once again what a Centre-state harmony can do for Delhi
Jul 06, 2019
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Amit Shah's vision, Nirmala Sitharaman's promise, Coco Gauff's comeback; today's must-read storiesThe Kashmir Assembly elections will be held at some time down the road. It is then that Amit Shah’s political coming of age at the national level will be judged
Jul 05, 2019
Chennai water crisis: Way ahead could encompass decentralised sewage treatment, solutions matching pain with gainIf by some miracle, the population shrank, our water bodies were restored, our economic model changed, and citizens voted for water management — the Chennai water crisis would vanish.
Jul 04, 2019
In South Asia, agricultural reforms and urban accountability key to water managementWater problems in South Asia are on the rise due to wasteful flood irrigation, government incentives of free electricity and market incentives. Most important for water management are agricultural reforms and accountability of urban population.
Jul 04, 2019
Chennai water crisis: How 'great' teamwork, muddy data enabled poor management and engineered a disasterChennai is overdrawing its ground water 1.85 times. The false sense of plenty is one possible reason why we have managed our water so poorly. But the second possible explanation for poor management is the lack of a good incentive mechanism — either for our politicians or our bureaucracy.
Jul 03, 2019
Chennai water crisis: Why provision, while alluring, couldn't slake a growing city's thirstQuenching Chennai’s thirst by leaning solely on provision is like trying to fill the fabled yaksha’s seventh pot of gold.
Jul 02, 2019
Chennai water crisis: Citizens' Day Zero experiences impacted by locality, income and consumptionIn the Chennai water crisis, there are 50 shades of (Day) Zero: your personal crisis depends on where you live, how rich you are and how much you consume
Jun 14, 2019
South Asia may be better served by decentralised management to meet its water supply needsAddressing inequitable water supply is at the heart of water management, and many start-ups and young entrepreneurs are slowly making decentralised water management a reality.
Jun 05, 2019
World Environment Day 2019: 600 million Indian people are facing acute water crisisThe rainfall in the basins of southern peninsula & central India has been declared “deficient" & "large deficient".