Coronavirus Outbreak: Water woes compound struggle for urban poor during lockdown as tanker supply becomes erratic in Delhi
In absence of the pipeline coverage in most slums, the reliance is entirely on tanker based supply, both paid and unpaid.
India needs 6.3% labour productivity growth to attain 8% hike in GDP, but this looks unlikely in near term: Ind-Ra
The labour productivity growth in FY19 was 5.2 percent.
Will ensure 24-hour water supply in Delhi, says Arvind Kejriwal after Narendra Modi highlights unavailability of clean drinking water in NCR
Arvind Kejriwal said that it would be clean water and people would be able to drink directly from their taps
Delhi govt's scheme on electricity not 'freebie', administration has handed citizens back their rights, says minister Satyender Jain
Delhi health and power minister Satyender Jain, who is responsible for key schemes such as mohalla clinics and free power supply, spoke about the electoral strategy of the party
Maharashtra polls: Patchy delivery of farm loan waiver irks voters in Vidarbha and Marathwada, but impact on election remains in doubt
People in Vidarbha and Marathwada seem to have a positive view of the Narendra Modi govt at Centre, but offer mixed opinions on the BJP-led state government
Maradu flats demolition: Power, water supply snapped at four apartments after SC ordered Kerala govt to raze buildings for violating coastal norms
Residents of the apartments, who protested calling it to be a human rights violation
‘Will leave no stone unturned to fulfil every housing dream': Narendra Modi celebrates four years of Awas Yojana, AMRUT schemes
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said his government is committed to further improving urban infrastructure and will leave no stone unturned to fulfili the dream of housing for all. Modi had launched the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana to provide affordable housing to the urban poor. The Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation aims at giving basic civic amenities to improve the quality of life for all.
Tamil Nadu water crisis: EPS accepts Kerala's help, but asks for 20 lakh litres per day instead of one-time help
In light of the looming water crisis unfolding in Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami accepted help from Kerala, but has asked for 20 lakh litres of water per day instead of a one time help
Chennai water crisis: Charges for tankers, borewells skyrocket; DMK seeks municipal administration minister's resignation
Restaurants downed shutters, schools suspended operations and employees of IT companies in Chennai were asked to work from home as the water crisis intensified
ADB approves Rs 1,650 cr infra projects in 7 districts in Tripura; first of its kind aid to modernise towns, boost tourism and trade
The ADB will provide Rs 1,650 crore, out of which 80 percent will be grant-in-aid and the state will have to repay 20 percent loan in due course of time
Meenakshi Lekhi protests outside Delhi Jal Board's office over 'water woes'; authority alleges BJP is 'politicising' issue
Meenakshi Lekhi protested outside the Delhi Jal Board's (DJB) R K Puram office against "water woes" being faced by the people of her constituency.
Two-thirds of India's pre-monsoon rains are either low or very low, with the country now on drought-alert.
BJP takes contrasting path to growth, poverty alleviation, pits top-down aspirations against Congress' bottom-up handouts
If you look beyond the slogans and an impressive rain of data by Narendra Modi's colleagues at the launch of the BJP manifesto, the real deal is that there is a more-of-the-same flavour in Modi's to-do list
Swachh Bharat Mission forced Ladakh to face hard truths about waste management, find traditional solutions
Mismanagement rather than declining water resources is the main reason for the water crisis in Ladakh's Leh town. There is also the problem of waste disposal.
Water and hopes down to a trickle in Uttarakhand's hilly areas as residents ignored by state abandon their homes
With natural water resources gradually drying up and households still waiting for drinking water connections, Mason village in Uttarakhand's Pauri district is one of worst-hit by migration, earning the moniker of ‘ghost villages’
BMC announces 10% water cut in Mumbai till further review, after a 15% drop in city's water reservoir levels
Against the demand of supplying 4200 million litres of water everyday, the civic body supplies 3,800 million litres of water to the people of the mega city and from Thursday, it will reduce supply of 380 million litres of water everyday.
The Marathwada region of Maharashtra, a perennially drought-plagued area, is once again staring at a severe water scarcity.
Kejriwal has said that Delhi, having a population of 2 crore, has fresh water availability of 900 MGD.
MCD Election 2017: Whether AAP, BJP or Congress, party reach is futile if promises remain unfulfilled
In MCD elections, it's all going to be about the relationship between those standing for re-election and not about a BJP wave or an AAP survival kit or whether the Congress will be eclipsed or spring a surprise
As Karnataka continues its legal battle over the Cauvery, the state’s capital – almost entirely dependent on the river – wastes half the water it receives, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of water-use data.