By M. Pawar

Manohar Pawar discusses the relevance and value of social coverage for water matters. by way of analysing a number of interrelated views on water, he indicates center values as bases for formulating and imposing social regulations so one can supply common unfastened entry to secure ingesting water for all, relatively for the main bad and disadvantaged.

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