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Delhi Jal Board writes to Manohar Lal Khattar over high ammonia levels in Yamuna, short supply of raw water
India

Delhi Jal Board writes to Manohar Lal Khattar over high ammonia levels in Yamuna, short supply of raw water

The official said that the production capacity at the two water treatment plants in Delhi has reduced by an alarming 40 percent due to the combination of these two factors

Journeying along the Ganga, in photos: The past, present and future of India's holiest river
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Journeying along the Ganga, in photos: The past, present and future of India's holiest river

For more than 1,700 miles, stretching from the Gangotri Glacier in the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal, the Ganga flows across the plains like a timeline of India's past, nourishing an extraordinary wealth of life.

Coronavirus Lockdown: Yamuna river water turns transparent in Mathura as human, commercial activity remains suspended
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Coronavirus Lockdown: Yamuna river water turns transparent in Mathura as human, commercial activity remains suspended

Nature activists and enthusiasts are thrilled to find that the water of river Yamuna is gradually turning transparent in the wake of the national lockdown

Delhi Assembly polls: Centre, AAP clash over water quality, but voters give Arvind Kejriwal's scheme thumbs up
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Delhi Assembly polls: Centre, AAP clash over water quality, but voters give Arvind Kejriwal's scheme thumbs up

Supplying free water, especially to areas that had no supply, was one of AAP’s key promises when the party made its foray into politics.

Delhi targets 25% green cover by 2025; officials say it's possible only if DDA gives land on Yamuna river banks to forest department
India

Delhi targets 25% green cover by 2025; officials say it's possible only if DDA gives land on Yamuna river banks to forest department

The Delhi government has set an ambitious target of increasing the city's green cover from 20.6 per cent to 25 per cent by 2025, but officials say this is possible only if the DDA hands over land on the Yamuna riverbanks to the forest department

Chennai's Marina Beach froths with toxic foam: From crying foul to calling for an investigation, how Twitterati reacted
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Chennai's Marina Beach froths with toxic foam: From crying foul to calling for an investigation, how Twitterati reacted

Known for being the longest naturally occurring beach in India, Marina beach looked white as the sea spilt toxic foam with each wave on Chennai shores due to pollution.

Arvind Kejriwal says water production back to normal day after ammonia levels force Delhi treatment plants to stop operations
India

Arvind Kejriwal says water production back to normal day after ammonia levels force Delhi treatment plants to stop operations

Arvind Kejriwal said that 'water production' was back to normal in the city, a day after water supply to several areas of the national capital was hit due to spike in ammonia levels.

Residents of low-lying areas in Uttar Pradesh's Prayagraj suffer as rise in water level of Yamuna and Ganga leads to flooding
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Residents of low-lying areas in Uttar Pradesh's Prayagraj suffer as rise in water level of Yamuna and Ganga leads to flooding

The continuous rise in the water levels of Ganga and Yamuna rivers due to flooding has made the lives of residents in low-lying areas in and around Prayagraj difficult. They are forced to wade through knee-deep water in order to reach from one place to another in the flood-affected region.

Yogi Adityanath visits flood-affected areas in Varanasi, says relief and rescue operations underway
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Yogi Adityanath visits flood-affected areas in Varanasi, says relief and rescue operations underway

Yogi Adityanath visited the flood-affected areas on Friday in Varanasi and said that the relief, rescue operations are underway

Toll due to rains in north India rises to 42 as floods continue to cripple normal life; IAF, NDRF deployed for rescue operations
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Toll due to rains in north India rises to 42 as floods continue to cripple normal life; IAF, NDRF deployed for rescue operations

India witnessed heavy rainfall, leading to floods, in various parts of the country over the past week. The death toll in the recent rain that triggered landslides in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand and floods in Punjab and Haryana rose to 42 with four more bodies being retrieved in Uttarkashi. AP.

Arvind Kejriwal meets people affected by floods along Yamuna riverbank; Delhi govt says water level likely to recede
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Arvind Kejriwal meets people affected by floods along Yamuna riverbank; Delhi govt says water level likely to recede

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday met people affected by the flood and said the government will ensure availability of relief materials if there is any 'shortage'.

North India grapples with heavy rains over weekend, toll climbs to 42; Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand worst hit
India

North India grapples with heavy rains over weekend, toll climbs to 42; Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand worst hit

The northern states grappled with the aftermath of the heavy rain during the weekend with damaged roads still to be repaired, flooded fields, rivers in spate and more bodies of victims being recovered.

North India Floods 2019: IMD predicts heavy rainfall in Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh; nearly 60 dead in rain-related incidents
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North India Floods 2019: IMD predicts heavy rainfall in Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh; nearly 60 dead in rain-related incidents

Several states across the country continue to grapple with heavy rainfall and floods as parts of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh are likely to receive heavy rainfall on 20 August

Delhi district magistrate orders evacuation of National Capital's low-lying areas with Yamuna water expected to rise today
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Delhi district magistrate orders evacuation of National Capital's low-lying areas with Yamuna water expected to rise today

In view of the rising water level in the Yamuna River in the national capital, the District Magistrate (East) has issued orders to concerned Sub-Divisional Magistrates to evacuate people and shift them to relief camps or suitable locations.

Daily Bulletin: Primary schools in Srinagar to re-open today amid tension in Valley; flood alert in Delhi as Yamuna swells; day's top stories
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Daily Bulletin: Primary schools in Srinagar to re-open today amid tension in Valley; flood alert in Delhi as Yamuna swells; day's top stories

Daily Bulletin; Over 190 Primary Schools in Srinagar to re-open today, say officials; Flood alert for Delhi as Yamuna likely to cross danger mark on Monday; day's top stories

Floods in North India: 22 dead in Himachal Pradesh, eight missing in Uttarakhand; flood alert in Delhi, Haryana and Punjab
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Floods in North India: 22 dead in Himachal Pradesh, eight missing in Uttarakhand; flood alert in Delhi, Haryana and Punjab

Heavy rains continued in Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi and Uttarakahand, while the situation improved in Rajasthan and West Bengal.

Mission Paani: Delhi govt's Yamuna water conservation project appears feasible, but needs nod of NGT, farmers
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Mission Paani: Delhi govt's Yamuna water conservation project appears feasible, but needs nod of NGT, farmers

Plans are afoot to conserve water in the 22-kilometre Yamuna floodplain stretch — starting from Palla, where the river enters Delhi, to the other end in Wazirabad — to tide over the looming water crisis.

Mission Paani: At least 300 lakes in and around Delhi have dried up due to rapid, unchecked urbanisation
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Mission Paani: At least 300 lakes in and around Delhi have dried up due to rapid, unchecked urbanisation

The teenagers seldom think of the fact that they are standing at the bottom of what was once 700-year-old Satpula lake.

Delhi's water quota unchanged since 1994, will urge Centre to increase it, says Arvind Kejriwal
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Delhi's water quota unchanged since 1994, will urge Centre to increase it, says Arvind Kejriwal

Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said he will request the Centre to increase the quota of water allocated Delhi which has remained constant since 1994.