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)
Farm ponds are one way to deal with water scarcity (Image Source: India Water Portal Flickr photos)
Young arecanut trees grown in drylands of Tumkur region (Gubbi Taluk, Hodalur Village) Pic Credit: Chandana Eswar
Mist and clouds are atmospheric aerosols. Image used for representational purposes only. Image from India Water Portal Flickr photostream
Community pond in Doja after the first pre-monsoon rain. Pic credit: Rajat Kumar
With water outages, shortages and availability, one sees these pots in every home, village, by the rainbow-hued hundred in shops, and even in precarious bundles balanced on the bikes of travelling wallah pot-sale vendors in Chennai. (Image: McKay Savage, CC BY 2.0)
A view of cold desert in Ladakh (Photo: Annu Anand)
Hirakud, India's oldest dam (Image Source: India Water Portal on Flickr)
Studies indicate that more children stunted in India than in sub-Saharan Africa (Image: MOSPI)
A street in the city of Poonah [Pune] in 1871 (Image: Lester John Frederick, Wikimedia Commons)
Picture for representational purposes only. Picture courtesy India Water Portal on Flickr
Silverbill enjoying the cool feeling of breeze on the wet feathers in the scorching heat (Image: Koshy, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0)


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