Sunday, June 17, 2007

Rivers in India 'dying'

The rivers are lifeline of Indian people. But the lifeline is in danger because of poor infrastructure across the cities located on the banks of the rivers. These rivers are in dying condition and the threat is coming from the continuous routine dumping of millions of tonnes of sewage across the country. Indian cities are lacking the basic infrastructure of sewage system and drainage system. These are the culprit factors behind the killing of India’s rivers.


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