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India's Yamuna river regains sparkle as virus lockdown banishes waste
by Sunil Kataria
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5 June 2020
On 5 June 2020 reported:
The sparkle has returned to the Yamuna river flowing through India's capital of New Delhi, residents say, after decades of filthy ... waters ... In a feat that eluded years of government cleanliness efforts, a nationwide lockdown against the coronavirus has brought about the transformation of a river many Hindus consider holy, with a halt in industrial activity since late in March.
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... From its source among Himalayan peaks, the river meanders 1,376 km (855 miles) through a clutch of northern states to join the river Ganges in the city of Allahabad, where Hindu tradition says the two merge with a third, the mythical Saraswati.
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