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Water | Mar 23, 2006

which Mr K N Shanth Kumar, Editor, Deccan Herald and Prajavani released the book Nashisuttiruva Neerina Gnana at Nayana hall at Kannada Bhavan on Wednesday, Dr Ananthamurthy detailed ancient and mythological references to water in order to highlight the necessity for sustainable use of this natural resource and preservation of water bodies.
Rohini Nilekani, Chairperson, Akshara Foundation and Araghyam Trust and Pratham Books opined that Bangalore had the worst urban model in the use of water.

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