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Yamuna near Taj Mahal (Image: Flickr Commons, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Combating desertification and land degradation in semi-arid regions of Maharashtra, India (Image Source: WOTR)
Image credit: CEEW Centre for Energy Finance
Water talk Series at Mumbai (Image Source:Tata Insitute of Social Sciences)
There has to be a policy shift for decentralised off grid or distributed generation catering to small communities. (Image: MAJLIS)
Charles Vorosmarty, Chair, COMPASS Initiative, Water Future at the opening plenary on advanced water system assessments to address water security challenges of the 21st century.
Dr. Akhilesh Gupta , head of the climate change programme at DST. Image source: India Science Wire
This variety of bajra has extended whiskers on its seeds when on the plant. This prevented the birds from eating it. Growing bajra in Pandutalav became possible only when Majlis could lay its hands on this variety. (Image: Majlis)
Groundwater in Hyderabad, in peril (Image Source: India Water Portal)
From left to right - Siddharth Krishnan (ATREE), David Groenfeldt (Water Culture Institute), Sara Ahmed (University of Cambridge), Veena Srinivasan (ATREE), KJ Joy (SOPPECOM)
Bandhara (in Nashik, Maharashtra), a low masonry weir of 1.2 to 4.5 m height, which is constructed across a small stream for diverting the water into a small main canal taking off from its upstream side (Image:  Shailendra Yashwant, Oxfam India)
Image used for representational purposes only. Image source: Wikimedia Commons
India's demand for water will exceed supply by a factor of two by 2030, as per a NITI Aayog report (Image: Vinoth Chandar, Flickr Commons (CC BY 2.0))
Despite the ban, manual scavenging continues. (Image courtesy: The Hindu)
For Akshant Nagar, 23, schoolchildren turned out to be the biggest driving force in helping to make Pipariya block in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh become open defecation free (ODF) in just seven months. Image credit: Tata Trusts
A restored site of degraded mangroves. Image credit: India Science Wire
There is a need to turn our existing lakes and rivers into water-purifying wetland ecosystems that can cope with the amount of waste we dump inside (Image: Clean Water)

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