Initiating and Sustaining Water Sector Reforms: A Synthesis
Water is becoming an increasingly scarce resource in India. India faces an increasingly urgent situation with its finite and fragile water resources being stressed and depleted while various sectoral demands are growing rapidly. 'Initiating and Sustaining Water Sector Reforms' offers detailed solutions to this complex and important concern.
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