An upcoming building in Mumbai has a pool on every floor. At the same time, migrant labourers rely on tapping municipal leakages for their drinking water. India has more inequality than the rest of the world.
Villagers operate the solar-powered reverse osmosis desalination plant that provides safe drinking water to the community at Solawata.
One bottle of water or 65 open wells? That's the Rs 65 lakh question!
Aerial view of the Najafgarh drain. (Image: Sumita Roy Dutta, Wikimedia Commons; CC BY-SA 4.0)
Improper WASH practices can compound health problems among the undernourished. (Source: IWP Flickr photos)
Effective watershed management can solve the water crisis in Maharashtra. (Source: IWP Flickr photos--photo for representation only)
Toilets need to be safe and functional for use. (Source: IWP Flickr photos)
The Ganga (Image source: Anthony Acciavatti)
Drinking well water made a huge difference to the health of fluorosis-affected villagers in Jamnia. (IWP Flickr photos-pic used for representation only)
Desalination of seawater could solve India's water crisis.
Pashan lake cries for help. (Image Source: Dharmaraj Patil)
Western Ghats during the wet season. (Photo courtesy: Arne Huckelheim)
Dr Roxy with IITM research team.
Women of Podapathar (Source: India Water Problem)
Hirakud Dam (Source: India Water Portal)


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