Clearing drains and polluted water bodies is a challenge to governments at all levels.

The average ground water level in the city rose by 0.80 metres due to implementation of rainwater harvesting, according to Chennai Metro Water.

A Chennai Metro Water report said the water level was 4.20 metre from the surface, but after the rain water harvesting, the water level had risen to the level of 3.20 metre from the surface.

With large parts of the calamity-hit Ganjam struggling for access to safe drinking water, a mobile drinking water initiative has brought succour to the Phailin-hit populace.

The AP Pollution Control Board’s report, released on Tuesday, stated that the heavy downpour during the time of immersion of Ganesh idols (on September 18) led to an increase in the water level in

The groundwater samples collected by the Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) have revealed that only 15 percent to 18 percent samples were safe for drinking both in urban and ru

Move comes after HC flayed BWSSB for failure to check contamination

The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB), along with the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB), is all set to test water samples of 50 borewells, including dug wells, in 110 villages on the outskirts of the City from Monday.

Around 90 percent of the population in rural areas of the country lacks access to safe drinking water, as with decrease in quantity, the quality of water is also deteriorating due to municipal, ind

The warning bells for the Ganesha festival has started ringing for the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB).

The worst fear of Vellalore residents has turned true as the ground water samples collected from the localities near the municipal corporation's dumpyard has indicated presence of ammonia, phosphat

The largest and most sacred rivers of India are highly polluted while the quality of Godavari waters is excellent, states a study conducted by researchers of Andhra University.