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Yamuna Foundation For Blue Water - Welcome

Greetings from Blue Yamuna
A Foundation Dedicated to Turn the Yamuna Water Blue

Yamuna Foundation for Blue Water


Note: All Blue Yamuna team members are participating in the Yamuna Cleanup activities on their personal time and contributing their personal funds. Not a single volunteer of the Yamuna Foundation is receiving any compensation, rather they are paying towards the cause. They are conducting the activities in compliance with applicable regulations (US 18 U.S.C. ? 207 , 5 CFR ?2635, and others; India - IPC for Ethics) in their respective countries. They are dedicated To Turn the Yamuna Water Blue for the poor and needy who have no access to municipal or bottled water.

Rivers of India Aired on TV

Details from Anne Arundel County Public Television (Ch. 99) are as follows:

Barak River

"Photo by: Subijoy Dutta, June 2002"

Revised Supplementary Schedule (October 2002)

Details from Anne Arundel County Public Television (Ch. 99) are as follows:

To be Aired in Channel 99 (AA County TV station)
Date & Time of Broadcast: Oct. 4 (Fri) 10 PM (Part 3 of 4; (All approx. 26 min. shows) Oct 5 (Sat) 10 PM (Part 3 of 4); Oct 11 (Fri) 10 PM (Part 4 of 4); Oct 12 (sat.) 10 PM (Part 4 of 4).

To order copies of the video: please send a donation/check for $25.00 (Add $5 for shipping within US) in the name of: Yamuna Foundation for Blue Water

Send the donation to:

1496 Harwell Ave.
Crofton, MD 21114-2108
USA

Please feel free to send email to yamunariver at msn dot com with your name, address and phone number.

Description of the Video Coverage by Subijoy Dutta

In this 4-part documentary, I will try to walk you through a part of the diverse lifestyle and activities of people in the greater Yamuna river watershed near New Delhi, and the Sunderban Wetlands in West Bengal, India. The high level of pollution in the Yamuna river and its continual decadence is contrasted with the pristine setting of the Sunderban wetlands, the preserved habitat of the famous royal bengal tigers. The coverage begins at New Delhi on Nov 27, 1999 and continues through the greater Yamuna river watershed in Delhi area first. The Sunderban wetlands are covered next in Eastern India, about 1,050 kilometers or 650 miles East/Southeast of New Delhi, near Kolkata (formerly Calcutta).

Please let all of our Blue Yamuna Team Members know.

Regards,

Subijoy Dutta

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