In popular imagination, steeped in consumer culture, the hills are exotic and aesthetically sublime places to find solace away from busy urban life. This kind of imagination conveniently ignores and de-contextualizes the hills and the problems they face today. The Himalayas, often known as the Water Tower of Asia, are revered because many of the world's important rivers originate from them.
Cabinet approves Dibang hydel project in Arunachal Pradesh
Large dams, back in the game?
A Future Earth Conference
Opening new frontiers in water system diagnostics and innovative solutions to mitigate the 21st-century global water crisis
Government cuts budget for Jal Shakti Ministry by 9.4 percent; increases funds for rural drinking water mission
India not a water defict country. Neglect and lack of monitoring behind country's water scarcity: CWC
River Satluj, the powerhouse of the Himalayas
Centre launches Jal Shakti Abhiyan
Water scarcity has a history … and that history is nothing less than the history of government. – Alatout, 2008.