Indian activist dies during hunger strike over Ganges river pollution

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Oh I'm sorry it has come to that.

I've walked past their orange tent a few times recently. Even snapped of photo of the "Guns don't die, Children do" sign. I don't know but the Proffessor must have been the balding gentlemen in normal attire rather than the skinny as a rail sanyasi who was up and about last time I passed that way just a few days ago.
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https://swarajyamag.com/insta/namami...omes-to-a-stop

Well that's at least something. 14 chore litters of raw sewage that used to be dumped into the Ganga daily, now be in being piped to a sewage treatment plant in Kanpur.
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Related news -

Ganges: The holy men fasting to death keep a river alive


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-46436841

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