In India, a water tanker is the only way to transport water for large household, commercial and industrial purposes.
But a lot of this water is also used to heat homes and businesses in the form of cooking gas.
The government has taken several steps to prevent water shortages.
According to the latest figures, water consumption in India rose by 1.6 per cent in the last financial year, a record, and has already reached a record high of 32.4 billion litres.
It’s a big increase from the previous year, when the figure was just 8.6 billion litres, but this does not tell the whole story.
The actual figure is much higher, as many households do not use water efficiently, and it’s also higher in some areas.
The situation is getting worse, as more households are building more homes and building more houses that use water for cooking and cooling.
It is also a problem for people living in rural areas, where there is little or no water.
The water crisis is affecting people living near rivers, lakes, reservoirs and other bodies of water.
This has been a huge challenge for the Indian government, which has tried to keep up with the demands of the water crisis.
The country’s water authorities have also had to do a lot more work to make sure that the water they provide is good quality and safe.
Here are some of the things they are doing to help protect the country’s environment: The Ministry of Water Resources has a water management strategy for managing water resources.
The strategy is based on the premise that it is better to use water when it is available.
This is an important step in reducing water shortages and to increase efficiency of use of water in household and commercial use.
The Government of India has set up the World Water Council (WWC) to oversee the governance of the countrys water resources and to coordinate and oversee the activities of water authorities in the country.
It also established the Water Resource Protection Council (WRPC) to ensure water management and water safety of the nations water supply systems.
In the first six months of 2016, the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation started implementing the new strategy.
The WWC has started to work with the Ministry to set a target for the number of households to be connected to water supply, the use of which will be capped at a certain level.
The WRPC has also launched an online water management system to enable households to manage their water use and use water-saving measures.
The Indian government has also established a national water strategy to monitor water supply and usage in the nation.
In this strategy, the government is developing an overall plan to reduce water scarcity and pollution, and to make use of scarce water to improve the quality of the drinking water.
According, it is committed to improve water management, to reduce pollution and to improve supply of drinking water to meet the needs of the people.
The Water Resource Management Act, 2016 (RSMA), 2016 has been enacted.
The RSMA aims to reduce the water demand by providing a framework for managing and sharing water resources, through the establishment of regional water managers, which are empowered to make decisions on water use in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Act.
A number of stakeholders have also taken an active role in the development of the new RSM, including water resources experts, the industry and the government.
The Ministry is also working on the National Water Management System (NWMS), which is expected to be implemented by 2022.
This new system will provide a more detailed picture of water usage in India.
The NWMS has already been introduced in the United Kingdom, which already has a very high level of water use.
It provides a better view of water demand, and can assist water authorities to make better decisions.
The first national water management scheme in India is being implemented in Kerala.
Kerala has a population of some 2.5 million people, which means that around 90 per cent of the population consumes water.
It has a long history of water problems, but the situation is improving.
According the latest data, the number and quantity of drinking-water bottles has gone down in Kerala by more than 70 per cent.
The amount of drinking drinking-waters in Kerala has also been increased from 2.4 million litres per day to 4.4 and 6.4 litres per month, respectively.
The state government is also taking action on improving water management in the state.
The State Water Supply and Drinking Water Board (SWSB) is implementing the State Water Resources Management Act (SBRA) 2016, which provides for the establishment and management of water management districts and water conservation projects, including irrigation and treatment projects, to address the water scarcity problem.
In addition, the State Department of Environment and Forests is also looking at various water conservation strategies, including through the implementation of water conservation measures, water conservation by-products (wastewater treatment), water conservation activities, and various other activities.
The Department of Environmental Development (Deve Gowda,