Lakes Of India

Lakes Of India

The philanthropic arm of the IT firm Infosys has announced the revival project of the polluted Panchakalyani lake in Karnataka ...
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In Karnataka’s Bidadi village, untreated waste disposal has turned the once clean Byramangala lake into a hub of chemical pollution ...
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Water quality of the Dal lake has deteriorated due to flow of untreated sewage and solid wastes, encroachments of water channels and clogging leading to extensive weed growth of water hyacinth which has emerged as a health hazard ...
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The National Green Tribunal (NGT) report heavily criticised the role played by Bengaluru’s civic agencies in cleaning up the Bellandur lake ...
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Continuous flow of untreated sewage and waste is killing off Dal Lake’s once crystal clear water as conventional cleaning methods have failed to provide results ...
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Waste flowing into the lake from paddy fields, untreated sewage from Imphal, plastic and degradation of the biomass have deteriorated its water quality ...
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The NGT’s order comes after the January 19 outbreak of fire on the lake, which took over 30 hours to be brought under control ...
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Bellandur Lake, the largest of the 262 lakes and tanks in Bengaluru, receives about 40 per cent of the city's sewage. ...
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At Bengaluru's 1,000-acre Bellandur Lake, infamous for pollution and toxic foam, a massive fire broke out this afternoon. It took more than 5,000 army personnel and fire-fighting equipment to bring the fire that raged for seven hours under control. ...
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Lakhs of visitors and its timeless beauty notwithstanding, Udaipur’s Pichola lake is gradually falling prey to pollution for disposal of untreated sewage ...
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The Dal Lake is battling waste disposal, deposition of pollutants and depleting water quality to hold on to its existence ...
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The twin lakes of Bhopal, of which the Upper lake is a major drinking water supplier for the city, are dealing with problems of urban encroachment and sewage disposal ...
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