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बुधवार, 22 मार्च 2017

63 million in India do not have access to clean water

63 million in India do not have access to clean water
India has the maximum number of people -- 63 million -- living in rural areas without access to clean water, according to a new global report released to mark World Water Day tomorrow.
This is almost the population of the United Kingdom, said "Wild Water", a report on the state of the world's water. Lack of government planning, competing demands, rising population and water-draining agricultural practices are all placing increasing strain on water, said the WaterAid's report.