For the modern Indian city, the principle behind management of water and waste is a simple one: flush and forget. Not surprisingly, most cities are drowning in their excreta. Our cities face a twofold problem—shortage of water and the crippling health consequences of dirty water. This is decidedly not the way to the future
|• The flush, the city and the river|
|• Why excreta matters|
|• In deep water|
|• National Water Policy, 2012 silent on priorities|
|• Can the National Water Policy do away with priorities?|
|• Channels of interest|
|• Smart but pricey|
|• Telengana's water grouse|
|• Grand distraction called river interlinking|
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