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Further, the National Water Policy (2012), which has been forwarded to all State Governments/UTs and concerned Ministries/Departments of Central Government for appropriate action, also highlights the need for augmenting the availability of water through direct use of rainfall.
The National Water Policy of the Government of India, Minister of Water, proclaims that "water which is already a scarce resource, will become even scarcer" and "non-conventional methods of sourcing and utilisation of water need to be practiced.
The agenda of the meeting included number of topical issues related to improving the efficiency of water use, the national water policy and international cooperation in this field.
According to official sources, the National Water Policy has been approved by the Cabinet in September 2009.
As recently as 2006, the fourth World Water Forum lauded Yemen for incorporating IWRM tenets into the letter of its national water policy.
In India, the new Water Ministry said that he will prioritize the country's National Water Policy by accelerating the completion of water-related programs that have been delayed.
First, work to establish a much-needed national water policy in order to avert or mitigate the current and future water scarcity problems that face the nation if today's electric generation mix remains unchanged or becomes even more dependent on fossil fuel-fired and nuclear power.
The meeting also discussed and reviewed in detail progress and recommendation on establishment of National Water Commission and formation of National Water Policy.