Water supply disruption in Petaling, KL and Hulu Langat on Oct 10
Water supply is expected to be fully restored at noon on Oct 12.
Why are countries racing to the moon's heavily cratered south pole?
Scientists are interested in pockets of ancient ice because they could provide a record of lunar volcanoes, material that comets and asteroids delivered to Earth, and the origin of oceans.
Russia launches lunar lander in race to find water on moon
Luna-25 will aim to operate for a year on the moon's south pole, where scientists at Nasa and other space agencies in recent years have detected traces of water ice in the region's shadowed craters.
Indian capital faces drinking-water shortage as pumps flooded
Delhi's river is at its highest level in 45 years after unusually heavy downpours in neighbouring states like Haryana, to the north.
Nearly half of US drinking water may contain toxic 'forever chemicals'
The US Geological Survey study tested tap water samples from more than 700 residences, businesses and drinking-water treatment plants for the presence of perfluoroalkyl or polyfluoroalkyl chemicals known as PFAS.
No water supply crisis during El Nino, SPAN assures
The water services commission says most of the dams in the country have water levels of above 90%.
Water woes plague village in Hulu Langat
Residents say low water pressure in the village makes it difficult for water to be supplied to homes located in high-lying areas.
Asia water, energy supplies at risk as climate woes mount, research shows
Climate-related disruptions to the crucial Hindu Kush-Himalayan water system are posing risks to economic development and energy security in 16 Asian countries.
Decades of living through a water crisis
The residents of Kampung Bongor in Gerik have long struggled with a shortage of clean water supply resulting from low pressure.
Charles Santiago reappointed as SPAN boss
His appointment as chairman of the National Water Services Commission took effect on March 20.
Prioritise sustainable water management to avert disaster
The time has come for the government to address the urgent need for the sustainable management of water and the environment.
UN warns 'vampiric overconsumption' is draining world's water
A quarter of the world's population relies on unsafe drinking water while half lacks basic sanitation, the UN says.
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