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.

Urban water and wastewater management are relatively under-studied subjects in India. The Indian urban space has been understood in an undifferentiated manner, which ignores the specificities deriving from the stage of urban development, the sources of water, as also the diverse nature of aquifers characterizing urban settlements.

This working paper assesses the groundwater-WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) nexus based on an analysis of domestic water uses in three groundwater dependent Asian Cities: Hanoi (Viet Nam), Kathmandu (Nepal), and Khulna (Bangladesh).

This working paper assesses the groundwater-WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) nexus based on an analysis of domestic water uses in three groundwater dependent Asian Cities: Hanoi (Viet Nam), Kathmandu (Nepal), and Khulna (Bangladesh).

The Draft Rajasthan Water Policy aims to influence the thought process and deliberations that will set an overall direction to developmental activities in the urban water sector. The Policy aims initially at recognizing issues related to urban water management in aspects related to drinking water.

Global trends point to a relative decoupling of water – that is, the rate of water resource use is increasing at a rate slower than that of economic growth.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Drinking Water, 24/02/2016. Assistance to the states including Karnataka and Rajasthan for improving the facilities for drinking water is being provided under the Schemes Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), SMART CITIES, North Eastern Region Urban Development Programme (NERUDP), and 10% Lumpsum scheme.

This research reflects on some of the key lessons from the Australian Millennium Drought experience in order to assess the opportunities for California. It serves as a powerful resource for Californian water planners and managers as it grapples with drought and seeks to build resilient and sustainable water systems.

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