World Water Day Special

World Water Day Special

Referring to the prevalence of Neglected Topical Diseases in the South Asian countries, the World Health Organisation suggested that behavioral change campaigns for WASH can help combat these diseases ...
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The Ganga River, which sustains millions of people in India is being continuously exploited and exposed to hazardous waste, and the government programmes for rejuvenating the river seem to lose sight of the real problem ...
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On World Water Day, ministers and politicians gather together to spread awareness about conserving our natural resource - water ...
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The exhibition displays the current reality of water - crises and the solutions through the lens of visual narratives captured by seven amateur documentary photographers under the guidance of a mentor panel ...
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Recipient of the prestigious title of ‘Global Changemaker’ in 2018, Garvita Gulhati, Founder of "Why Waste?", an organization that works on saving water, has been an environmentalist since the age of 13 ...
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Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik creates a sand sculpture with a message 'Every drop of water is important for the survival of living beings on our earth' ...
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Most of us tend to take water for granted and do not give a second thought to wasting water in various day to day activities; on this World Water Day, we bring to you five stark facts about water crisis in India that will make you save water ...
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The number of people living in water scarce areas is expected to go up to five billion by 2050, states the report titled "Beneath the Surface: The State of the World's Water 2019", released by WaterAid to mark World Water Day ...
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Here's a quick lowdown on things you need to know about World Water Day and why it is important to save and conserve water ...
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Nearly 2 Billion People Worldwide Use Contaminated Water: World Health Organisation

India Welcomes United Nations’ Project Of Resolving Water Woes

The Decade for Action on water will facilitate international collaboration in improving the accessibility of clean water for health, wellbeing and sustainable development, said UN Ambassador Tanmaya Lal ...
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#WorldWaterDay Mobilise Humanity To Save Rivers, Says Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

#WorldWaterDay: Mobilise Humanity To Save Rivers, Says Jaggi Vasudev

Sadhguru said that saving rivers and conserving waters should involve all of humanity and everyone should be made to realise their stakes in it because otherwise it will be seen as nothing more than a protest by a few "ecologists" ...
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Work On Three River-Linking Projects And Other Schemes For A Pollution-Free Ganga Will Begin In Next Three Months: Minister Nitin Gadkari

Government To Prioritise Project To Resolve Water Woes Of Southern State

The surplus water of Indravati will be taken to Kaleshwaram dam, from there it will be transferred to two other dams and again from there it will be pumped to the tail end of Cauvery ...
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