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Safe Drinking Water

World Water Council Lauds Swachh Bharat Abhiyan For Improvement In Drinking Water and Sanitation

World Water Council Lauds Swachh Bharat Abhiyan For Improvement In Drinking Water and Sanitation
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As per the survey conducted by the World Water Council 71 per cent of the Indians felt that safe drinking water levels have increased in the last five years ...
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Nearly 2 Billion People Worldwide Use Contaminated Water: WHO

Nearly 2 Billion People Worldwide Use Contaminated Water: World Health Organisation
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It is estimated that contaminated water is responsible for more than 5 lakh diarrhoeal deaths every year ...
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This Village Had No Clean Drinking Water, Toilets For Nearly Half A Century

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For 45 years, villagers in Assam’s Gandhigaon had no access to safe drinking water and toilets. It was common for villagers to spend most of their money on getting treatment for water borne disease. Until last year, when a simple technology not just brought clean water to every household but also empowered each villager to have a stake in the wellbeing of the village ...
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On World Water Day, PM Narendra Modi Urges People To Save Water

Three Years Of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi To Give Away Swachhta Awards
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi also lauded the United Nations for choosing the 'wastewater' theme, urging people to recycle waste water for their water needs ...
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Recycling and Reusing Wastewater Can Solve Global Water Crisis: UN

Recycling and Reusing Wastewater Can Solve Global Water Crisis
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More than 800,000 people die every year because of contaminated drinking water, and not being able to properly wash their hands. Water-related diseases claim nearly 3.5 million lives annually in Africa, Asia and Latin America ...
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Majority Of Rural India Deprived Of Clean Water

Water In 28,000 Habitations Affected By Arsenic And Fluoride: Narendra Singh Tomar
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Lack of government planning, competing demands, rising population and water-draining agricultural practices are some of reasons responsible for water crisis in rural areas, a new report has revealed ...
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76 Million Don’t Have Safe Drinking Water: India’s Looming Water Crisis

Nearly 76 million people in India are without safe drinking water
Rivers Of India World Water Day Special
Nearly 76 million people in India do not have access to safe drinking water, as polluted rivers and poor storage infrastructure over the years has created a water deficit which may become unmanageable in the future ...
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