Cities are under pressure from all angles; some pressures are easily forecasted while others are more difficult to predict. Balancing the immediate needs of today without compromising the demands of tomorrow is at the heart of sustainability, and of this report.

Water security in Asia and Pacific has progressed overall in the past 5 years, but major challenges remain, including overexploited groundwater, demand from rising populations, and climate variability, according to the new report from the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

In a bid to streamline water supply in low pressure areas, the Delhi Jal Board has prepared an action plan to replace old pipelines with hydraulic modelling system.

Multiple Agencies, Depleting Water Tables Major Hurdles

This paper raises important questions concerning access to piped water services, especially for the poor. As such, it could have ramifications for how communities and countries reach the water supply objectives of Sustainable Development Goal 6 and the 2030 Agenda.

Despite tall claims of the government to provide adequate potable water to residents, several areas in nine districts of the state have been facing shortage of water.

Already forced to use extra purifying agents for its depleting reserves in dams, the civic body may soon have to resort to the dead stock in Khadakwasla

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Friends through its General Secretary Vs. Ministry of Water Resources dated 06/06/2016 regarding the quality of water supplied in Delhi. The Counsel appearing for Central Pollution Control Board shall conduct inspection and collect water samples from various houses where DJB or the Corporation are supplying water.

In a major relief to Karnataka, which is facing water shortage, the Centre on Monday signed a $100 million loan agreement with the World Bank for urban water supply modernisation project in the sta

The Public Health Engineering Organisation (PHEO) of Odisha, through its division/sub-division offices spread across the state, is the service provider for treated water supply in the Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) of Odisha, classified as municipal corporations, municipalities and notified area councils.

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