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Will Saharanpur city’s proposed smart city tag help revive the Paondhoi river once again?

River Paondhoi is best known today as a sewer running through Saharanpur city. Originally, however, it was an important source of drinking water for the city. In its heyday, the water of the river ran ankle deep, just enough to wash one’s feet. People coming into the city would wash their feet in the river giving it the name, Paondhoi.

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Paondhoi in 30 years witness the first Ramlila on its banks; revival of heritage and celebration at the riverfront.

Saharanpur (9 Oct) :  History was created in Saharanpur once again.  Today, Paondhoi had thousands of visitors (e.g.

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Celebration of people's realisation and tradition at Paondhoi.

Blessed are those whom Almighty gives a chance to see their dreams coming true in their life time itself.   My pleasure today knows no bounds. When the idea of converting the Paondhoi river from an eye sore to the Pride of Saharanpur  had struck my mind way back in 1997,  I was hoping that may be a decade would be needed for this vision to become a reality. An action plan was prepared and work was started.

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The present study aims to estimate the soil moisture movement and recharge of groundwater in Saharanpur due to monsoon rains through the unsaturated porous media.

The present study aims to estimate the soil moisture movement and recharge to groundwater in Saharanpur due to monsoon rains through the unsaturated porous media in case of cultivated and uncultivated fields. Artificial radioisotope was injected at two uncultivated and five cultivated sites before the onset of monsoon and soil samples were collected from the injection points after the rainy season.

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The study aims at determining the threshold toxicity level of paper mill effluent in the receiving water body

This paper describes the study conducted by People's Science Institute that aimed at determining the threshold level of toxicity of a paper mill effluent, and the level of toxicity that it created in the receiving water body and at identifying the  physico chemical parameters of the effluent that may be causing the observed toxicity.

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