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Water supply still not normal in city


Bengalureans continued to suffer due to lack of water supply even on Friday, even as the BWSSB maintained that the supply has returned to normal.

Many areas in the city did not get any water, though

Thirsty India can even make the oceans rise

Is India’s thirst for fresh water causing ocean levels to rise? Already, experts warn that the backwaters of Kerala and the deltas of the Ganga, Krishna, Godavari, Cauvery and Mahanadi on the east coa

Registration for tankers begins


For the first time in the state, the city corporation has launched a registration drive of tankers supplying drinking water to the city.

On Friday, mayor Tony Chammany inaugurated the registration p

No drinking water facility in 13000 Bihar schools

Shortage of infrastructure in schools in Bihar was a 'major challenge', state Minister for Education P.K. Sahi said on Saturday adding there was no drinking water facility in around 13000 government s

Water tankers must register


In an effort to address complaints about the quality of drinking water supplied in the city, the civic body has decided to make registration mandatory for all water tankers.

“All tankers distributin

Water tanker stir withdrawn


Owners of drinking water tanker lorries called off their strike on Thursday, following talks with district collector P.I. Sheikh Pareeth.

During the meeting, permission was granted to the tankers fo

Drink from the backwaters!


Despite being surrounded by water bodies, the city continues to be troubled by scarcity of drinking water for almost two decades now.

According to experts, a large quantity of river water that can be

No guarantee on water quality


The special squad formed by the food safety designated officer in the district raided eight tanker trucks that distribute drinking water and took samples from eight water sources from the Thiruvankula

Mafia flouts rules, loots public money


Despite being surrounded by water bodies, uninterrupted water supply remains a distant dream for many of the residents who rely on water of dubious quality supplied by tanker lorries, controlled by th

Casualties increase, blame game continues

While more people get admitted to the Isolation Hospital with gastroenteritis and other water-borne diseases the civic agencies which can come to the city’s rescue are busy playing the blame game. The

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