Singapore teaches India about water purification

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India is enjoying a much better monsoon this year, with rains expected to help boost output of grain and oilseeds.

But that doesn't mean that India's water issues are gone.

The World Bank has warned that unless something is done, India's fresh water supplies could be used up by 2050. Singapore faced the same problem, but it has found a solution and the view is that India can also use the same technology.

Mariko Oi reports from Singapore.

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