Fixing India’s water crisis will need saner policies, meticulous strategy and a massive amount of public participation
Nagpur: The drought did not wait for the elections. It has been here for months anyway. Staring at his wilting guava plants in Vadgaon village on the Beed-Aurangabad road, Prahlad Jagtap breaks down. He hasn’t come here in days. “I can’t see this," he says.