Islamabad’s taps dry up as water shortages worsen

AlertNet: Fatima Batool lives in a two-story house in a posh residential area of Islamabad that features shiny air-conditioned shopping plazas and restaurant-lined streets. But for the past two months, she has been lacking one key thing: water. As the reservoirs that supply Pakistan's capital with water run dry, so has Batool's tap. "It really feels traumatic, like living in a village, when one has taps like this without water for weeks,' said the 34-year-old mother of three, as she tested a tap in her......

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