Punjab’s woes are worsening on the water front. The conclusion of a draft report of the Central Ground Water Board is that the state will be reduced to a desert in 25 years if the exploitation of its underground
Shashikant Trivedi / Bhopal December 28, 2009, 0:02 IST Madhya Pradesh, which cradles many rivers, lakes and waterfalls in the great Malwa plateau, is today finding its water sources not enough to quench the thirst of its fast-growing cities.
People pump out water as if it rains underground. There is no shortage of water but a dearth of application of mind