Water Security in India's Neighbourhood

Kaushiva, Pradeep
July 2009
USI Journal;Jul-Sep2009, Vol. 139 Issue 577, p336
Academic Journal
The article discusses the need to secure India's water resources. Water is a scarce resource that needs to be conserved and managed well. India has to work out several tasks to have its access to fresh water like working out ways to share river water and expanding water treaties with neighbor nations. Issues that distinguish water from the other life critical elements are discussed.


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