Waterways of Bangalore: In Search of Lost Paradise

Reviving traditional water conservation methods can help solve the problems of groundwater depletion in Bengaluru. Bangalore was once known as ‘the city of lakes’. The city had an extensive network of canals, waterways, step wells, and Kalyanis. These human-made water bodies catered to the needs of the population. For centuries Bangalore survived without a major […]

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Youngsters are unlikely to work in agricultural sector

Youngsters are abandoning their own farm land due to high-cost modern farming technology and a water shortage. They are relocating to new positions and opting for other jobs. Harsha Yadav, a 19-year-old student, living in Golahalli, Bengaluru, returned home from his college.  He began reading his computer class textbook right away. He expressed his desire […]

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Water scarcity not the only woe for Chennai residents

People facing shortage do not maintain social distancing while filling water in the open By Aarthi N Chennai|| April 14, 2020 Residents of Chennai who depend on roadside hand pumps and water tankers do not maintain social distancing. Standing close to each other exposes them to the risk of being infected by coronavirus. Aisha, a […]

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