Water schemes are not planned properly affecting their performance in Rajasthan. (Photo: IWP flickr photos)
Extreme weather events like floods indicate climate change. (Photo: IWP flickr photos)
Sanitation is not just about constructing toilets. (Image: India Water Portal)
 South Lhonak lake (Pic by ISW)
The floods in Kerala have taken nearly 400 lives and have displaced around 1.2 million people. (Image: Ranjith Siji via Wikimedia Commons)
Excess sewage from the Bhairon nala (drain) in Agra flows into the brimming Yamuna. (Photo courtesy: Sumit Chaturvedi)
A house flooded during the recent floods in Kerala. (Photo courtesy: Smibinozone via Wikimedia Commons)
A view of the Shakti Nagar slum area  in Raipur. (Source: India Water Portal)
The Ganga at Garhmukteshwar (Image: Chicu Lokgariwar, India Water Portal)
Auli Bugyal, a meadow in Uttarakhand. Auli Bugyal, a meadow in Uttarakhand. (Photo courtesy: Sandeep Brar Jat via Wikimedia Commons)
Whether an extreme weather event can be attributed to climate change or not is a question that has been on the minds of scientists for long. (Photo: IWP Flickr photos)


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