India’s water crisis may affect 10 crore people

India's water crisis

India exports more water-dependent goods than any other country, but the country itself ready to run out of water. Two lakhs people in the country die each year because of the lack of safe water access. India’s water crisis may affect 10 crore people as Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and 18 other cities are likely to reach zero groundwater levels by the end of 2020. Chennai has more rains and better water resources than any other metro cities, but three rivers, four water bodies, five wetlands and six forests have already…

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India’s metro rail network is growing rapidly

Lucknow Metro

  India’s growth curve is moving rapidly as the country is taking forward step in different sectors. India is now a reliving Navbharat where metro is a big project. The government is trying to connect more and more cities to the metro network. The first metro line service in India which connected Esplanade and Bhuwanipor in Kolkata in 1964. The people of Kolkata enjoyed and benefits of a metro system in today carries about 5 lakh passengers a day. Indian cities that have metro rail connectivity in services are Delhi-NCR,…

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