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Water rationing in Brazil's capital - one of an increasing number of cities facing shortages - will end by December with the completion of an expanded supply system, said the region's governor.

India has made significant progress in providing its citizens access to clean water, but is still among the top countries where the highest percentage of population does not have this facility, say

JAIPUR: As hundreds of protesters from Kho Nagoriyan area poured on to the streets on Wednesday, the state government was forced to assure them of a Rs 68 crore drinking water project for the area,

Already more than 60% of humanity lives in areas of water stress, where the supply of water cannot or will not continue to meet demand. If water is not managed more prudently – from source, to tap, and back to source – the crises observed today will become the catastrophes of tomorrow.

Mr Kofi Amponsah-Bediako, Public Affairs Director of the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has said bottled water companies passed for safety and quality assurance certification by his outfit is cons

Brazilian President Michel Temer opened an international conference on world water supplies in Brasilia on Monday, saying there is "no time to lose" to avoid disaster.

Population growth, changing consumption patterns and development are taking their toll on the world’s water supplies, and governments need to rely more on ‘green’ water management to ensure a healt

People in Cape Town may be forced to turn off their taps in July - because of an unprecedented drought in South Africa.

As per the survey, 12.30 per cent of households had access to water “near” and not within their premises. Another 4.28 per cent had access to water “away” from their premises, it stated

Green tribunal asks panel to submit a report by the first week of April

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