Watch | Why is Bengaluru staring at a severe water shortage?

In this video we explain why households in Bengaluru, dependent on water supply from the Cauvery river or water tankers are staring at a water shortage

Updated - March 20, 2024 11:25 am IST

Published - March 03, 2024 11:53 am IST

Households in Bengaluru, dependent on water supply from the Cauvery river or water tankers, are preparing for the situation to worsen as the city stares at a severe summer.

Whitefield and Varthur, which house the Information Technology corridor in eastern Bengaluru, are some of the worst-affected areas by the drinking water crisis.

As the city stares at a long, hot summer. K.C. Deepika and K.V. Aditya Bharadwaj report on the worries of the people at a time of drought.

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Reporting: K.C Deepika, K.V Aditya BharadwajVideo and Production: Ravichandran N

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