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Year: 2016
India has made significant progress in developing its water resources and the supporting drinking water infrastructure
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Year: 2016
The study, which was conducted in two of the most heavily earthquake-affected districts, found that the migration from the villages had both positive and negative effects at different stages after the disaster
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Year: 2016
Hyderabad as a city started growing when it was declared the capital of Andhra Pradesh
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Year: 2016
One of the major changes in the water sector over the last few decades has been the enhanced thrust on institutional reforms, including the increasing recognition of the bottom-up approach to management as against the techno-centric top-down one
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Year: 2016
Are our urban spaces growing thirsty by the day? What implications do unplanned urban expansion and climate change have on judicious accessibility to water resources among the multitudes who have made urban fringes their home in South Asia? A significant gap exists in current studies of adaptation and vulnerability to the vagaries of climate change that tend to focus on purely agrarian or urban contexts
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Year: 2015
If energy cooperation is to take centre stage for the South-Asian regional cooperation agenda, it is hydropower that can be of immense importance
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