Maybe this is why Maori are making a play to control water?
The Indian government believes it has found a new revenue source: It will bottle and sell water from the holy, and filthy, Ganges River online.
For years the government has been racking its brains to save the national post office given email, mobile phones and courier services have almost killed letter delivery revenues.
The plan is to sell water from the holy river through a government portal to Hindus who can have a bottle of Gangajal (Hindus call the Ganges “Ganga” and “jal” is water) delivered to their homes by the postman. Read more »