Deadly Waters by Simon Townsley

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Maula Mistry (45), a fisherman, can no longer afford to buy essential food and medicines for his family because river pollution in the Damodar has caused his daily catch to dwindle.<br />
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Experts say river pollution poses a grave threat to India's health and prosperity. In June 2022, a study from the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) found at least one heavy metal in quantities toxic to human health in three quarters of 764 monitoring stations, across 117 of India's major rivers.