NMCG working to restore the upstream migration of Hilsa fish, catches in UP, Bihar are signs of success: Jal Shakti Minister
“The work has started now for the last one-and-a-half to two years or so. The results are coming. They are visible," said Jal Shakti minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat in the article in Mint.
Every year, on 10th day of Jyestha month (according to Hindu Calender) Ganga Dussehra is celebrated to mark the day on which Ganga came down to Earth
Allahabad HC dismisses petition seeking directions to UP govt to cremate dead bodies buried on banks of Ganga
Noting that there are traditions, customs, and people from various communities reside on the banks of Ganga, the Court asked the petitioner to show the court the contribution he made in this cause before passing any order and asked if he had dug out and cremated bodies himself.
Dead bodies at river banks, the seemingly ghoulish practice goes much beyond Covid-19. This is why Hindus ‘bury’ too
Several Hindu communities in UP bury dead bodies at riverbanks, and its not a recent phenomenon as claimed by media
Congress leader Udit Raj run Dalit organisation shares 13-year-old image to claim that dogs are scavenging bodies of Covid-19 victims
Udit Raj run All India Parisangh shares stock image from 2008 to attack PM Modi for the current Covid-19 situation in the country
Raebareli officials clarify no corpse found buried in sand at Gegaso ghat, 2015 image of corpses floating in Ganga shared as recent
Following reports that many decomposed corpses were found floating in the Ganga, old images were circulated on social media
At least half a dozen corpses were also found floating in the Runj river in the Panna district of Madhya Pradesh.
The Yogi administration in Uttar Pradesh has directed all officials to extend all help possible to the Uttarakhand government.
Clean Ganga Mission: Yogi Govt set to launch Ganga Aarti at 1100 places from Bijnor culminating in Ballia on a daily basis
The Yogi government has marked 1038 villages within a 5 km radius on both sides of the river Ganga as the new Aarti Sthal
Large scale survey conducted in Prayagraj, 50 sites of archaeological importance found along the Ganges: Details
ASI New Delhi, has licensed the Prayagraj college for conducting the archaeological survey in this area