A water crisis at a picturesque tourist resort in northern India is posing a threat to tourism and in turn, to the economy of the region. Here's more on the situation.
Mussoorie, also known as the "Queen of the hills," for its scenic beauty and cool climate is in for a severe drinking water crisis. Locals say that most of the wells and hand pumps in their area have dried up due to a decreasing water table.
Women have to walk miles and children cycle for kilometers to fetch water for daily living, while temperatures continue to soar.