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In Kashmir, 45-Day Deadline Set to Save Damaged ‘Water Kidney’

In Kashmir, 45-Day Deadline Set to Save Damaged ‘Water Kidney’

Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole recently directed officials to ensure removal of all encroachments within 45 days period from wetlands. But a quick follow-up revealed a deep-rooted mess in the shrinking wetlands of the valley.

Prevent Dumping, Encroachments On Wetlands: Div Com to DCs

Prevent Dumping, Encroachments On Wetlands: Div Com to DCs

The meeting found no mention of the dying Anchar lake and surrounding wetlands of Khush-hal Sar and Gilsar. Anchar, the second biggest waterbody in Srinagar is shrinking fast as encroachments around the lake go on unchecked.

Kotwal Launches 1st Census Of Water Bodies In J&K

Kotwal Launches 1st Census Of Water Bodies In J&K

The Census of Water Bodies will capture information on important parameters of water bodies like their number, size, condition, type of use, storage capacity

Kashmir, Jammu & Ladakh May See Temp Rise Of 7 Degrees By 2100: Study

Kashmir, Jammu & Ladakh May See Temp Rise Of 7 Degrees By 2100: Study

Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh may witness a temperature increase of up to 6.9 degrees Celsius by the end of the century due to climate change, according to a study which warns that the glaciers in this Himalayan region could shrink by 85 per cent if the projections come true.

HC Seeks Report On Stopping Sewage Flow Into Dal

HC Seeks Report On Stopping Sewage Flow Into Dal

JK HC has directed LAWDA to submit within two weeks action taken by it before Committee of Experts (‘CoE’) regarding measures among others to stop sewage and polluted water flowing into the Dal lake

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