As the country becomes more dependent on tap water, some states are making it easier to purchase and drink it.
India is the world’s biggest market for bottled water, but it is also the world leader in its use of tap water.
The country is home to some of the world top drinking water supplies, including the Brahmaputra River and the Ganges, as well as the vast Brahmaputris, a huge freshwater tributary of the Ganga.
In the past year, some parts of the country have started experimenting with the use of bottled water.
In Kerala, a new brand of bottled tap water is being made by the state’s Water Resources Development Corporation (WRDDC), the largest water company in the country.
In December, the company unveiled a new product, which has been nicknamed the “Brahmaputra-to-Tripoli” (BOT).
The product comes in two types, and has been branded as the “Tripolis-toilet-topper.”
The product is available at local supermarkets and also online, and comes in five different colours: green, blue, pink, orange and white.
While the brand is popular with Kerala residents, it is not popular with the public, who prefer to use tap water for drinking and cooking.
“We are not a big fan of the product.
We are very disappointed that people are buying this water, especially in areas where there are many people who don’t have access to tap water,” said Nandan, who has been using the product for about three months.
“The product has no water content, and its only for those who do not have access.
We have seen many people using it in our market.”
He said that the government has instructed WRDDC to create a marketing campaign around the brand, so that people would not feel like it was cheap.
“This is our first taste of this product, so we are trying to convince people that it is worth buying,” Nandan added.
The company has also launched a “beverage” line, which is a selection of tap and bottled water in the company’s three colours.
The “BOT” water is priced at Rs.3.49 per litre, with a free bottle of water available for every customer who signs up for the service.
The beverage company says that the price has been reduced for the first time in two years, with the price of tap-water being Rs.2.79 per lit, while bottled water has been priced at about Rs.5.49.
The drinker can also buy bottled water at local stores.
According to a survey by the World Bank, around 60 percent of India’s population does not have sufficient access to clean drinking water.
As a result, the use and storage of tap, drinking water and hygiene products in the Indian households is highly limited, as is the provision of basic sanitation services.
India has a total of 4.6 million people who live in poverty, according to a report published by the UN Development Programme in June.
In 2016, the country’s GDP was estimated at Rs 4.5 trillion.
While some states have tried to ease the restrictions on the use or consumption of tapwater, other states have banned its use altogether.
The states of Maharashtra, West Bengal, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu have all banned tap water usage in some cases.
According in a 2016 report by the International Rivers, water scarcity is a growing problem in the world.
The World Bank has warned that water scarcity will have a significant impact on development.
“A major consequence of the current situation is the need for sustainable development strategies to address water and sanitation related challenges,” the report said.
In May, the government of Karnataka announced that it was making its own water available in tap water containers.
The Karnataka government has also made a commitment to make a supply of tap tap water available to every household in the state.
According the World Food Program, Karnataka has one of the highest per capita consumption rates of tap liquids and is one of India ‘s worst water-scarce states.