Former Gujarat Chief Minister Sureshchandra Mehta on Tuesday claimed that the state government's recently-concluded drive of deepening lakes and ponds would quench the thirst of only 10 per cent population.
Setting an example for the rest of the city, the society members claim that with this initiative, they are the first to invest in rooftop rainwater harvesting, which promises them abundant water supply.
Faced with the uncertainty of when it might return, and whether it would be enough, families in Venezuela are conserving as much as water as they can take from rivers or buy at shops. They are bathing, washing clothes and dishes and cooking with just a few liters a day.
It is not only human beings who are facing extreme heat these days in Rajasthan but elephants too in Amer village of Jaipur are victim of such climatic conditions. Most of the water bodies in the village have totally dried up, thus resulting in water shortage for the elephants. Elephant owner said the animal requires […]
Amid the severe water crisis prevailing in Uttar Pradesh, thousands of litres of water was sprinkled just to settle dust ahead of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav’s event in Barabanki’s Fatehpur town. Such an incident reveals the negligence and insensitivity on part of those in power and government officials.