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India’s farm sector accounts for 90% of total water drawn, but contributes only 15% to the country’s GDP

By Moin Qazi*
India has long undervalued one of its most precious resources – water. The country’s chronic mismanagement of water is staring at it now. The country breaks out in a cold sweat every time the monsoon is delayed. Despite these alarming signals we continue to abuse and use water so profligately.

Redefining India’s freedom: Observing Justice Sunday, Church needs to address internal injustices, too

Ahmedabad metro: No salary slip to 82% workers, 65% paid less than Rs 350 a day, no social security to 98%

It wasn't difficult for Imran Khan to win World Cup, but would he show the same acumen in Pak politics?

"Largest" healthcare scheme? Modi remained mum on how Dr Khaleef Khan of Gorakhpur hospital was framed

Who bought and sold electoral bonds to political parties? SBI refuses to divulge under RTI for second time

Delhi High Court decriminalizes begging, but are Indian authorities ready to rehabilitate 4 lakh beggars?

India's household savings slowed down in fiscal 2012-17; to adversely impact GDP growth: Rating agency

Industrial waste in Sabarmati river off Vasna barrage: The other side of "prestigious" Ahmedabad riverfront

"False" cases like waging war on Indian state continue for three decades: Whither independence for Adivasis?

Rise in US border arrests of Indians: Detainees seeking asylum "cite" politico-religious persecution in India

A gentle communist versus a fanatic inquisitor: Somnath Chatterjee was a democratic socialist and a humanist

Define limitations of media channels promoting "They vs Us" psychosis: Minority rights activist writes to Modi