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Not a drop to spare

10 June 2019 By Una Galani
Women collect fodder for animals in cattle camp at Mhaswad, Satara district, in the state of Maharashtra, India, on April 20, 2019/UNA GALANI

Maharashtra boasts one-tenth of the country’s population and the biggest economy of any state, but it is parched. Beyond the capital, Mumbai, a cattle camp offers a window into India’s struggle with water. Skewed incentives need to be reset, and more, to avert a stirring crisis.

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