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Bengaluru among 10 cities in world heading towards for acute water crisis-Aaj ki khabar

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New Delhi: Bengaluru is among the 10 cities in the world that might be on the verge of an imminent acute water crisis just as the one faced by Cape Town in South Africa, a CSE-assisted environment magazine today claimed. “The number of waterbodies in Bengaluru has reduced by 79 per cent due to unplanned urbanisation and encroachment-while built-up area has increased from eight per cent in 1973 to 77 per cent now,” claimed Down To Earth, the magazine that Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) helps publish. According to a statement issued by CSE ahead of World Water Day, the water table in Bengaluru has shrunk from 10-12 m to 76-91 m in just two decades while the number of extraction wells has gone up from 5,000 to 0.45 million in 30 years.

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Need of the hour is to manufacture sanitisers over deodorants – SALMAN KHAN

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Salman took to Twitter, where he shared a video he said: “Ek brand launch kya hai haali main FRSH… Behetareen hai.. Pahele hum deodorants start Karne wale the… Lekin need of the hour yeh hai sanitisers start Karna. such dino ke baad (first we thought of brining out deodorants but the need of the hour is sanitisers).”

He captioned the video: “Launching my new grooming & personal care brand FRSH! @FrshGrooming Yeh hai aapka, mera, hum sabka brand jo layega aap tak behtareen products. Sanitizers aa chuke hain, jo milenge aapko yaha http://frshworld.com Toh try karo! @FrshGroomingko follow karo! #RahoFrshRahoSafe.”

According to Salman”s frshworld.com, a 100 ml bottle of sanitiser costs Rs 50 and a 500 ml bottle of sanitiser costs Rs 250. A combo pack of 10 bottled consisting of 100 ml costs Rs. 400.

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