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  2. 1)
    Three-fourth of Earth's surface is covered by water bodies. 97 per cent of this water is present in oceans as salt water and is unfit for human consumption. Fresh water accounts for only about 2.7 per cent. Nearly 70 per cent of this occurs as ice sheets and glaciers n Antarctica and other inaccessible places. Only one per cent of fresh water is available and fit for human use. So it is very important to conserve this precious resource. And yet we are contaminating the existing water resources with sewage, toxic chemicals and other wastes. Increasing population and rapid urbanisation has led to over-use of water resources leading to water pollution and scarcity.

    Water scarcity can be defined as a situation when people don't have enough water to fulfil their basic needs. India is one of the many countries that are facing water scarcity today. In Rajasthan and some parts of Gujarat, women have to cover long distances on foot in order to get a pot of water. In cities like Bangalore, a family has to spend from Rs. 15 to Rs. 20 to meet their daily water needs. The problem becomes severe during summer months when availability of water decreases again. A recent study has revealed that about 25 per cent of urban population lack the accessibility to fresh water. Also there are several cases of privatisation of water bodies. This often leads to water scarcity in the nearby areas.

    There are different methods to deal with water scarcity. Rain water harvesting is the best and most suitable method. Forest and other vegetation cover reduce surface runoff and recharge ground water. So, practise afforestation. We can also promote water conservation through media and by conducting public awareness programmes.

    By practising these simple steps we can conserve water and ensure the availability of water to future generations. So don't tarry; start saving each and every drop of water. Let our motto be “Save water, save life, save the world”.

    3) Uttrakhand declared animal as legal person

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  4. 1.day by day as there is scarcity of water we have to use 3r policy reduce,reuse,recycle in water consuming like reduce the water usage in functions,marraiges etc because they use the water as it super free of cost if govt levy tax which impact people to reduce the usage and the water which is reusable can be reused like tap water which is used for hand washes those through new infrastructure these should be cleaned and that recycled water is used effectively awareness campaign should be more effective as we all see that swatch bharat is effective program like wise blue mission should be encouraged .
    2.both a and b
    3 .rajasthan

  5. ⏩ It is said that water crisis can wage a new war among the Nations, States, civilians etc. To tackle this crisis , an adequate amount of water should be ensured to every citizen to meet their basic needs.
    Ways to ensure every citizen adequate amount of water are:
    ➡ Public awareness about the judicious use of water and promoting its multiple uses.
    ➡ Making it obligatory for large buildings to opt for water harvesting program as done by Delhi government.
    ➡ Penalising those found wasting water .
    ➡ Using Technology for in situ treatment of water at the point of discharge as done by Israeli government.
    ➡ Promoting to conserve water wasted by the RO purifiers.

    ⏩ Uttarakhand State High Court declared animals as legal persons.

  6. Sir aapse ek request hai ki aap topic ko start karne se phle upsc ke lie wo kaise important hai wo bta de kon se paper se related hai wo bhi aur usse related kaise question pucche ja skte hai please sir ye hmare lie ek bhot bra value edition hoga please sir do it

  7. Sir aur agar wo koi international topic hai to usme india ka ya interest hai wo bhi btae please sir ye sb chije bhot important hai aur ise janane se hm topic ko aur accge se smahg pate hai

  8. Sir, Guinea ( Conakry) it's is the biggest & Northern country.
    2 nd most larger is LIBERIA (Monrovia) but it's population is less than SIERRA LEONE, WHERE AS SIERRA LEONE (Freetown) & it's is the smallest country in these three but population is larger than LIBERIA.

  9. Hindu mobs killed my mother and brother…Nov 1984 sikh genocide

    Indian government killed my grandfather who was 87 years old at the golden temple when he went to pray

    I lost my family because if hindu mobs and the corrupt Indian government

    My family's neighbors daughter was raped by hindu mobs in Nov 1984

    In 2018 a Muslim girl was raped by hindu priests in a hindu temple

    Shame on you
    Hurting minorities

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