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Rohini Nilekani on Water, Societal Platform Thinking and COVID-19 Response

Water | Civil Society | Societal Thinking | COVID-19 | May 6, 2020

Rohini talks about the water sector, the COVID-19 pandemic and her vision for the city of Bengaluru.

You can read the full interview at the India Water Portal.

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