A few areas of Delhi are facing shortage of water supply due to Haryana government allegedly curtailing its supply to the national capital.
South India's Drought Part 1: Five states face severe water crisis made worse by the onset of summer
South India is parched — Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are already reeling under severe drought, and Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are on the brink — now the blistering heat waves will put more pressure on the existing water resources.
Census data says that more than half of Indian households do not have a source of drinking water at home
For the last three days, half of Agra city is reeling under a severe water crisis.
As many as 65 farmers in Marathwada have committed suicide in the first three weeks of April. The highest have been reported from Beed district
Over 100 activists, economists and sociologists asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to respond to the drought in several states.
Patel, a former Union Minister, was responding when asked if football grounds also use lots of water like cricket stadia in the light of IPL matches being ordered by the Bombay High Court to be shifted out of Maharashtra from 1 May onwards due to drought situation in the state
While the sugarcane crop might be at the centre of a debate at present with Marathwada reeling under an unprecedented drought, its history in Maharashtra goes way back.
A 12-year-old girl died due to heat stroke in the drought-hit area of Beed in Maharashtra while she had gone to fetch water on Tuesday
After nine trips by a 10-wagon water train, a 50-wagon water train carrying 25 lakh litre water reached parched Latur on Wednesday
The rise in the country’s annual temperature by 0.7 °C and erratic climatic patterns are sure to affect Marathwada's agriculture which is primarily rainfed
Three years of drought in Marathwada and extreme weather events have made agriculture unpredictable, but insurance meant to defray the risk is failing farmers
Activists, hydrologists and village leaders have begun to explore the prospect of implementing water conservation efforts in drought-hit Maharashtra
BJP took strong objection to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's move to send 10 lakh litre of water per day to Latur from Delhi for the next two months
When asked about environmentalists talking about playing a waterless Holi, the water minister said there was no interference from the government
Bangladesh's plan to build a dam on Ganga to ease water shortages in its southwest coastal region hangs in the balance as India has yet to accept the plan.