India grapples with insufficient supply of potable water

03/13/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

India is struggling to find a way to provide enough drinkable water to satisfy its growing population. The problem is likely to intensify in the coming years, as one study found the country will have to double its water-generation capabilities by 2030. "Not one city in India provides water on an all-day, everyday basis," said World Bank economist Smita Misra.

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