Realizing the need for institutional and investment reforms in the rural water supply and sanitation sector, Government of Punjab has reworked its rural water supply and sanitation policy to address these issues, which affect quality of service and its sustainability.

Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) general body will meet on Tuesday to consider 13 proposals and 130 general body questions (GBQs).

Pimpri Chinchwad has over 4,200 unmetered water connections belonging to former corporators, educational institutions, cooperative banks, commercial establishments among others, stated the municipa

Alternating between despair and anger, Sharda Rani, who lives in a South Delhi jhuggi cluster, said the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) was responsible for her family’s plight.

Bhongir Assembly constituency is a TD bastion as the party has won six consecutive Assembly polls here.

Do you worry that there is not enough water for people, the economy and environment? Do you wonder if the water in our taps and rivers is safe or polluted? Do you want to know if farmers waste water, utilities charge too much, or bottled water destroys ecosystems? You're not alone in asking questions.

Once regularised, these connections would generate a monthly revenue of Rs 3 cr to the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board

The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) has received 2,000 applications under the ‘Voluntary Disclosure Scheme (VDS)’ for the regularisation of illegal water connections and a similar number for one-time settlement of pending dues.

New Delhi: The water subsidy promised by the Aam Aadmi Party is most likely to come to an end on March 31, 2014.

दिल्ली जल बोर्ड ने यह साफ कर दिया है कि 1 अप्रैल से दिल्ली वालों को फ्री पानी नहीं मिलने जा रहा है। दिल्ली जल बोर्ड ने अपने सालाना बजट के दौरान इस बात की घोषणा की है। हालांकि जल बोर्ड सीवरेज सिस्टम

Delhiites who have benefitted from the Aam Aadmi Party government’s free-water scheme may continue to get the subsidy if the State Government responds to the Delhi Jal Board’s plea for funds before

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