June 16, 2012

India's Man-Made Water Crisis

Hindustan Times, Hindustan Times

AP Photo

You can call it a summer ritual. Every year, without fail, there are reports in the media on India's water scarcity and spats between states over the control of this precious resource. This year too, it's the same story.

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