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Latin America - One More US Veto

pollution is an altogether different matter. The Bhatsai river, one of Bombay's main sources of potable water, is being polluted by effluents from chemical and other industries located within its catchment area. The Bombay Municipal Corporation tenaciously persued the matter with the Maharashtra government for about six years until September 1986 when the state government set up the A K Ganguly committee to study the situation and suggest remedial measures.

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