JAIPUR: As hundreds of protesters from Kho Nagoriyan area poured on to the streets on Wednesday, the state government was forced to assure them of a Rs 68 crore drinking water project for the area,
Tirunelveli: An analysis of the study conducted by college students on pollution in the Thamirabarani river on March 10 that was compiled by the Anna University Regional Centre threw up some intere
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People in Cape Town may be forced to turn off their taps in July - because of an unprecedented drought in South Africa.
Despite reports that the Western Cape was out of the danger zone‚ the Gift of the Givers has dispersed 120 tons of water from its Joburg office to parts of the drought-stricken province‚ saying som
South Africa has declared that the drought afflicting Cape Town and other parts of the country is a national disaster.
Alwar: An Alwar youth has filed a petition in the National Green Tribunal (NGT), New Delhi, over holding IPL matches in the country in the midst of severe water crisis.
South Africa’s city of Cape Town said on Wednesday that if no rainfall comes then “Day Zero”, when the taps are predicted to run dry, would be pushed back to 27 August from July 9, and that the bul
The City of Cape Town has repeated its call to locals to continue to save drinking water, even though Day Zero has been pushed back again - this time from July 9 to July 15.
Cape Town - The latest average level, for dams across the Western Cape, is 20.83% - compared to 30.09% for the same time last year - MEC for Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development
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