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Delhi: Water woes persist in Tughlakabad

Tughlakabad MLA Sahi Ram said work is still in progress. “The pipeline to Block A burst... We are working on it and supply will commence soon,” he said.

Parched: Delhi doesn't have enough water for its ever-growing needs

The AAP government has maintained that it will, unlike the previous Congress government, not privatise water supply.

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Use water released from STPs for cleaning buses, metros: NGT to DJB

"Possibility should be examined if the discharge of water can be used for Feroz Shah Kotla stadium and Ambedkar stadium and washing of Metro and DTC buses" Says NGT

NGT to DJB: Give us expenditure plan for Yamuna

The Tribunal had earlier restrained DJB from spending money on Yamuna, and asked it to submit complete details of the work they plan to complete and the funds required for the same.

Cities at crossroads: Where water is safe to drink

Delhi needs a single public authority suitably empowered and responsible for the delivery of safe drinking water.

In meet with MLAs, AAP govt to prepare summer plan to tackle water scarcity

This will include creating a blueprint on water supply by identifying ‘dark or black spots’, after the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) zeroes in on areas where water scarcity is critical, said an official.

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Delhi: Water supply hit after spike in Yamuna ammonia levels

Delhi Jal Board Monday shut down two water treatment plants at Chandrawal and Wazirabad.

Hardlook Yamuna pollution: Delhi High Court, green tribunal eye on water pollution

The National Green Tribunal(NGT) is currently hearing two cases regarding water pollution in Delhi.

Water shortage in the offing as Delhi Jal Board shuts two plants

The DJB decided to shut the WTPs in Chandrawal and Wazirabad after the level of ammonia in the raw water supply from Yamuna river rose to nearly 2.6 milligrams per litre, said Board officials.

At Bal Mukund Khand: 100 metres from DJB office, residents battle contaminated water, choked sewage system

According to residents, the DJB arranged for a generator to suck out the sewage and release it into a different pipeline.

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