The Yamuna River in Delhi on November 21 was bubbling with toxic foam yet again.
Pollution has taken over skies as well as river in national capital.
The Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has sealed two polluting units and ordered closure of 15 others which may have caused frothing in the Yamuna.
Water-level of Ganga River and Yamuna River increased in in UP's Prayagraj and low lying areas submerged post it.
The Yamuna was flowing close to the warning mark in Delhi on Wednesday morning and is likely to swell further with more water being released into it from the Hathnikund barrage in Haryana, officials said. The water level was recorded at 203.78 metres at the Old Railway Bridge at 8 am.
The water level of Yamuna River increased and is flowing near danger level on August 25. Water level was recorded at Delhi's Old Yamuna Bridge is 204.00 metre. At 8 am, 5195 cusec of water was released from the Hathini Kund Barrage.
While speaking to media in the national capital on August 24, the Health Minister of Delhi, Satyendar Jain said that water level of Yamuna River recorded at Delhi's Old Yamuna Bridge is 204.38 meters.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday opposed the Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal project and warned that “Punjab will burn” if the state is forced to share water with Haryana.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has commenced work for the construction of the fifth metro bridge over the river Yamuna. The metro train bridge will be constructed for Phase-IV work on the Majlis Park–Maujpur corridor. All you need to know.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Sunday announced that it has commenced the preliminary work on the 5th Metro bridge over river Yamuna This bridge is coming up on Majlis Park – Maujpur corridor of Delhi Metro's Phase 4.
It seems like the lockdown in the wake of pandemic coronavirus is healing the ecosystem.