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(190626) -- CHENNAI, June 26, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Residents collect drinking water in colorful pots in Chennai, capital of Tamil Nadu state, India, on June 25, 2019. Acute potable-water crisis has hit India's southern city of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state, even as the state government has all gone into a tizzy to address the problem. According to official estimates, Chennai requires as much as 1,200 million liters per day (MLD) of water every day, whereas, at present only 525 MLD is being provided. TO GO WITH Spotlight: India's southern city Chennai reeling under acute water shortage crisis (Xinhua/Stringer)
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(190626) -- CHENNAI, June 26, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A resident collects drinking water in colorful pots and others in Chennai, capital of Tamil Nadu state, India, on June 25, 2019. Acute potable-water crisis has hit India's southern city of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state, even as the state government has all gone into a tizzy to address the problem. According to official estimates, Chennai requires as much as 1,200 million liters per day (MLD) of water every day, whereas, at present only 525 MLD is being provided. TO GO WITH Spotlight: India's southern city Chennai reeling under acute water shortage crisis (Xinhua/Stringer)
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(190626) -- CHENNAI, June 26, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Residents collect drinking water in colorful pots in Chennai, capital of Tamil Nadu state, India, on June 25, 2019. Acute potable-water crisis has hit India's southern city of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state, even as the state government has all gone into a tizzy to address the problem. According to official estimates, Chennai requires as much as 1,200 million liters per day (MLD) of water every day, whereas, at present only 525 MLD is being provided. TO GO WITH Spotlight: India's southern city Chennai reeling under acute water shortage crisis (Xinhua/Stringer)
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Indian women with empty plastic pots protest as they demand drinking water in Chennai on June 22, 2019. - Angry residents fight in queues at water taps, lakes have been turned into barren moonscapes and restaurants are cutting back on meals as the worst drought in living memory grips India's Chennai. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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Indian women with empty plastic pots protest as they demand drinking water in Chennai on June 22, 2019. - Angry residents fight in queues at water taps, lakes have been turned into barren moonscapes and restaurants are cutting back on meals as the worst drought in living memory grips India's Chennai. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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Indian women with empty plastic pots protest as they demand drinking water in Chennai on June 22, 2019. - Angry residents fight in queues at water taps, lakes have been turned into barren moonscapes and restaurants are cutting back on meals as the worst drought in living memory grips India's Chennai. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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Indian workers collect water from the Puzhal reservoir on the outskirts of Chennai on June 20, 2019. - Water levels in the four main reservoirs in Chennai have fallen to one of its lowest levels in 70 years, according to local media reports. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, Indian worker carry the last bit of water from a small pond in the dried-out Puzhal reservoir on the outskirts of Chennai. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, Indian residents queue with plastic pots to get drinking water from a distribution point on the outskirts of Chennai after reservoirs for the city ran dry. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, Indian residents queue with plastic pots to get drinking water from a distribution point on the outskirts of Chennai after reservoirs for the city ran dry. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, an Indian resident carries plastic pots of drinking water on his bicycle after getting it from a community well in Chennai after reservoirs for the city ran dry. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, Indian residents pour water into pots after getting from a community well in Chennai after reservoirs for the city ran dry. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, Indian residents get water from a community well in Chennai after reservoirs for the city ran dry. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, an Indian resident fills up a plastic pot with water at a distribution point in Chennai after reservoirs for the city ran dry. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP) / To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, Indian workers carry the last bit of water from a small pond in the dried-out Puzhal reservoir on the outskirts of Chennai. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP) / To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
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In this picture taken on June 20, 2019, an Indian youth walks on the dry banks of Puzhal reservoir on the outskirts of Chennai. Indian residents carry a plastic pot drinking water from a distribution point in Chennai on June 19, 2019. Water levels in the four main reservoirs in Chennai have fallen to one of its lowest levels in 70 years, according to Indian media reports. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP) / To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, Indian residents wait with plastic to get water at a distribution point in Chennai after reservoirs for the city ran dry. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP) / To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, an Indian resident pours water collected from a community well in Chennai after reservoirs for the city ran dry. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP) / To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
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In this photo taken on June 20, 2019, Indian residents collect water from a community well in Chennai after reservoirs for the city ran dry. - The drought is the worst in living memory for the bustling capital of Tamil Nadu state, India's sixth largest city, that is getting less than two thirds of the 830 million litres of water it normally uses each day. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP) / To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
To go with 'INDIA-ECONOMY-WATER,FOCUS' by Alexandre MARCHAND
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