Destruction caused by September 2014 floods at a posh locality in Jammu and Kashmir, Rajbagh.  Over 300 people lost their lives, thousands were rendered homeless and property worth billions was damaged during the floods. (All photos courtesy: Afsana Rashid)
Subsidies for irrigation efficiency lead to a decrease in water availability at the watershed level because of increased irrigated areas and water withdrawals. (Pic: IWP Flickr photos)
A man wades through knee-deep water with his belongings during flood. (Source: 101Reporters)
The highly polluted Mutha river as it flows through Pune. (Image Source: India Water Portal)
Water, a precious commodity. (Source: IWP Flickr photos)
Shola grasslands, Kudremukh National Park, Karnataka (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
The floods in Kerala have taken nearly 400 lives and have displaced around 1.2 million people. (Image: Ranjith Siji, Wikimedia Commons: CC BY-SA 4.0)
Leftover materials tossed out by the factories at the footwear park. These will end up in landfills and pollute the environment. (Image: India Water Portal)
Mahadayi river in Goa (Source: Amol.Gaitonde via Wikimedia commons)
Efficiency of hydropower projects affected by climate change. (Photo: IWP Flickr photos; photo for representation only)
People of Delhi came out in large numbers recently and kick-started a movement to save trees. (Image: Delhi Trees SOS)
The Superfloc promises a sustainable and cost-effective solution to fluorosis. (Image: Martijn Nitzsche)
Increasing desertification is a challenge India needs to tackle. (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)


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