India, China facing water stress in shale resources
Nature-based clean water solutions spend at $9.6 bn
Slipping And sliding, Kashmiri women trek for water
Scientists discover oceans of water deep in the Earth
SIWW taps on social media to support water cause
Space technology aids water power
Harvard's John Briscoe wins 2014 Stockholm Water prize
The impacts of water insecurity in India are varied. In development process, there are increasing conflicts across economic classes and between environmental advocates and developers.
Groundwater has sustained our growth and development over past few decades. It is now a victim of unplanned, unregulated extraction and limited efforts to sustain its longevity.
President Pranab Mukherjee raised the pitch for increasing water use efficiency across sectors.
Investment in India, by large conglomerates, is stalling due to poor basic infrastructure including water supply.
President of India Pranab Mukherjee said pricing mechanism should act as incentive to save water.
The theme this year is 'Efficient management of water: Challenges and opportunities'