Photo Essay | The watercard4 min read . Updated: 09 May 2014, 09:58 PM IST
Can water ATMs help solve the acute drinking water shortage faced by slum dwellers?
Rampreet Saini, 50, runs a general store in the Savda Ghevra resettlement colony on the fringes of west Delhi. He lives nearby. There is a water ATM, or a drinking water dispensing kiosk, in front of his house. So whenever he needs water, he fetches it from the kiosk, at 30 paise per litre.
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