Jal Saheli: women water warriors of Bundelkhand

In the Talebhat block of Uttar Pradesh's Lalitpur district, women have been made water managers. Their water conservation initiatives have turned Talebhat to an oasis in this drought prone region of Bundelkhand

 
Last Updated: Friday 09 September 2016 | 06:01:24 AM

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