User: sailendram Topic: Water
Category: Water-Supply :: Quality
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Water supply schemes to be monitored for fair distribution 9.3.2020 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
GPS-fitted tanker lorries to supply potable water in drought-hit places
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Minister justifies move on bottled water plant 5.3.2020 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
‘Handed over to KIIDC for KWA to focus on supply projects’
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Water supply by unlicensed operators goes unchecked 28.2.2020 Hindu: Medicine & Research
District administration yet to come up with guidelines for operators
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Villagers want drinking water 20.2.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Villagers want drinking water
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55,000 city households to get clean water by Dec 12.2.2020 The Assam Tribune
55,000 city households to get clean water by Dec
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India’s Jal Jeevan Mission faces challenges of funding and infrastructure, says water expert 4.2.2020 Scroll.in
Sunderrajan Krishnan, executive director of a research organisation, spoke about the need for transparency and better access to water data.
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Japan floods kill nearly 100 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Tokyo, Rescuers in Japan dug through mud and rubble on Monday, racing to find survivors after torrential rains unleashed widespread floods and landslides that killed nearly 100, with dozens missing, according to a CNBC News report. Rain tapered off across the western region battered by last week's downpour, revealing blue skies and scorching sun forecast to push temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius (86°F), fueling fears of heatstroke in areas cut off from power or water. "We cannot take baths, the toilet doesn't work and our food stockpile is running low," said Yumeko Matsui, whose home in the city of Mihara has been without water since Saturday. "Bottled water and bottled tea are all gone from convenience stores and other shops," the 23-year-old nursery school worker said at an emergency water supply station. About 12,700 customers had no electricity on Monday, power companies said. Tens of thousands had no water, Japanese media said. The death toll from the rains reached at least 94 after ...
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Metro Water’s 10 big promises for Chennai citizens in 2020 27.1.2020 Citizen Matters, Chennai
Metro Water Supply and Sewerage Board put forth ambitious goals of expansion of services and initiatives at the very start of the year; taking a look at the ten big goals of the department in 2020.
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Japan floods kill nearly 100 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Tokyo, Rescuers in Japan dug through mud and rubble on Monday, racing to find survivors after torrential rains unleashed widespread floods and landslides that killed nearly 100, with dozens missing, according to a CNBC News report. Rain tapered off across the western region battered by last week's downpour, revealing blue skies and scorching sun forecast to push temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius (86°F), fueling fears of heatstroke in areas cut off from power or water. "We cannot take baths, the toilet doesn't work and our food stockpile is running low," said Yumeko Matsui, whose home in the city of Mihara has been without water since Saturday. "Bottled water and bottled tea are all gone from convenience stores and other shops," the 23-year-old nursery school worker said at an emergency water supply station. About 12,700 customers had no electricity on Monday, power companies said. Tens of thousands had no water, Japanese media said. The death toll from the rains reached at least 94 after ...
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Japan floods kill nearly 100 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Tokyo, Rescuers in Japan dug through mud and rubble on Monday, racing to find survivors after torrential rains unleashed widespread floods and landslides that killed nearly 100, with dozens missing, according to a CNBC News report. Rain tapered off across the western region battered by last week's downpour, revealing blue skies and scorching sun forecast to push temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius (86°F), fueling fears of heatstroke in areas cut off from power or water. "We cannot take baths, the toilet doesn't work and our food stockpile is running low," said Yumeko Matsui, whose home in the city of Mihara has been without water since Saturday. "Bottled water and bottled tea are all gone from convenience stores and other shops," the 23-year-old nursery school worker said at an emergency water supply station. About 12,700 customers had no electricity on Monday, power companies said. Tens of thousands had no water, Japanese media said. The death toll from the rains reached at least 94 after ...
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Kejriwal dedicates 60 lakh ltrs capacity UGR for residents of Vasant Kunj, Mahipalpur 26.12.2019 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated an Underground Reservoir (UGR) of 60 lakh litres of water capacity in the Mahipalpur area of Bijwasan Vidhan Sabha constituency on Thursday. Addressing a public gathering in Mahipalpur, the Chief Minister said, “I want to congratulate you all for the installation of the underground reservoir of 60 lakh […]
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Global innovation award for sustainable water solutions 23.12.2019 Projects Monitor

Frost & Sullivan has presented Grundfos with this year’s award for best practices in Emerging Market Innovation in sustainable water solutions. The global research company praises Grundfos for addressing water challenges in emerging markets by introducing solar-powered water pumps that are straightforward to install while also – as another initiative – innovating new business models […]

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Water Industry Experts Meet to Tackle the Growing Water Crisis in India 16.12.2019 Projects Monitor

Mumbai, 13th December 2019: Water is a key focus area for India now and the management of this precious resource is a key priority for all the stakeholders involved. To make the water sector more resilient, American Water Works Association (AWWA) hosted the 3rd AWWA India Annual Conference and Exhibition – AICE’19 in Mumbai. A […]

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Third AWWA India Annual Conference and Exhibition – AICE’19 13.12.2019 Projects Monitor

Mumbai, 13th December 2019: Water is a key focus area for India now and the management of this precious resource is a key priority for all the stakeholders involved. To make the water sector more resilient, American Water Works Association (AWWA) hosted the 3rd AWWA India Annual Conference and Exhibition – AICE’19 in Mumbai. A […]

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In water rich Bhutan, capital Thimphu often goes thirsty 25.11.2019 Scroll.in
Authorities are struggling to meet the water needs of the fast growing capital, especially in the winter when there is little rain or snow and pipes freeze over
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The West’s myopic policies for eradication of typhoid are coming back to haunt it 30.10.2019 Scroll.in
Drug-resistant variants of the deadly disease are spreading across international borders. Should rich countries be surprised?
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Averting Day Zero: How Bengaluru should manage its water 23.10.2019 Citizen Matters
A slew of regulations are needed to arrest Bengaluru's worsening water scarcity. These include change in water pricing, integrated management of various water resources, and so on
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Hiyangthang Pallak, Chongtham Kona get tap water 21.10.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
Hiyangthang Pallak, Chongtham Kona get tap water
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Why residents on outskirts of Hyderabad are forced to drink contaminated water 16.10.2019 Citizen Matters
Groundwater, drawn at rapid rates from peri-urban areas of Hyderabad is now turning into a commodity, controlled and distributed at a premium by a few, to meet the needs of the city. Recent research reveals the alarming consequences of such trends.
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The Swachh Bharat Mission has built toilets, but failed to get people to use them 2.10.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
Due to planning and lack of subsidies, 41% people with sanitation facilities in their houses continue to defecate in the open, says a study.
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