New Internationalist

Troubled Water - India is heading for a water crisis

The New Internationalist, April 2006
The New Internationalist, Oxford, U.K. 2006

 
Around 3,000 years ago the wise men who compiled the Upanishads, the most sophisticated spiritual textbook of the Hindus, praised Indias rivers and lakes: These waters are the source of everything, of what is visible and invisible. These waters are the image of All. Today, with accelerating industrialization and rapid population growth, India seems poised to destroy its holy rivers. The riverlink project could just be the fatal blow. more...
 

See also:

India's Programme on Interlinking Rivers
Oxford University Paper

Narmada: India's Soul in Danger
Sanctuary Asia, April 2000
Sanctuary Asia, Mumbai, India 2000

Water Harvesting against Droughts
Deutsche Welle Radio, 31. July 2001
Deutsche Welle, Cologne, Germany 2001

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