Crop irrigation with groundwater, powered by electricity in Gujarat. (Image: Tesh, Wikimedia Commons, CC-4.0A-ShareAlike-International)
The pollution rates of the river Hindon are alarming. Despite work by conservation groups, the efforts on the part of the government to fix the problem remain uncertain. (Image: Hindi Water Portal)
Fishermen with a fishing net near the Siang.
Canal irrigation has led to altered crop choice, organisation and techniques of production. (Image: India Water Portal)
Shape of clouds can be an important indicator of weather. Source: Robert Hensley/Wikimedia Commons
Private water tankers, a common sight in urban areas. (Source: India Water Portal)
The toilet cleaners of Lucknow (Image source: CS Sharada Prasad)
Engagement with indigenous communities in protecting natural forests and rivers is vital (Image: Priya Ranjan Sahoo)
Labourers crush stones at illegal stone quarries. (Pic: Gurvinder Singh)
Mangar Bani, a green patch between Faridabad and Gurgaon (Image: Pradip Krishen, Facebook)
Apart from pesticides, toxic colours and hormones like oxytocin are also being used indiscriminately to ripen vegetables and fruits. (Image: India Water Portal)


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