This report focuses on the urban water management challenges facing cities across OECD countries, and explores both national and local policy responses with respect to water-risk exposure, the state of urban infrastructures and dynamics, and institutional and governance architectures.

A day after the National Green Tribunal (NGT) ordered immediate stoppage of construction activity on a 2km stretch of Noida Extension over air pollution, some private builders on Wednesday literall

India could save millions of litres of water simply by changing the size of the water cistern or tank at tached to flush type toilets according to a technical note submitted to the governmen by sci

The public health engineering department will continue to distribute raw water to the people.

Delhi Jal Board (DJB) on Monday announced its action plan to deal with water crisis during the summer season, which emphasized on maintaining equal water distribution and adding more population und

Water In Beed Dams Down To 15% Of Capacity

VADODARA: With surface water becoming insufficient for consumption, ground water is the only option left to meet the city's demand.

The word mismanagement sums up Delhi’s annual water crisis. The national capital was declared as the world’s second most populous city in the year 2014 by United Nations (UN). Delhi is home to some 25 million people and the cleavage between demand and supply for water keeps growing at a constant rate.

Strengthening Transparency and Access to Information on Transboundary Rivers in South Asia is a major new report that examines the availability and accessibility of data and information related to three transboundary rivers in Bangladesh, India and Nepal.

Luanda — A contract valued at over Akz 10 million (Usd 103,000) to fund a water purification system project in Quindenuco, northern Uíge province, was signed Tuesday in Luanda by the Angolan Associ