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A flock of migratory birds take flight at Harike Pattan wetlands on the border of Ferozepur and Tarn Taran districts of Punjab.(Photo courtesy Ferozepur divisional forest officer, wildlife, Nalin Yadav)

Punjab’s Harike Pattan wetland on alert after bird deaths at Pong Dam in Himachal

By Vishal Joshi | Hindustan Times, Bathinda
PUBLISHED ON JAN 04, 2021 12:28 PM IST
Ferozepur divisional forest officer, wildlife, says an estimated 60,000 migratory birds are already at Harike on the border of Ferozepur and Tarn Taran districts, where the Sutlej and Beas rivers merge, though no avian casualty has been reported yet.
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The water level of river Beas has risen following heavy rains and even washed away portions of national highway in Kullu District, India on Monday, Sept 24, 2018.(Aqil Khan / HT Photo)
The water level of river Beas has risen following heavy rains and even washed away portions of national highway in Kullu District, India on Monday, Sept 24, 2018.(Aqil Khan / HT Photo)

49,000 cusecs water from Pong dam in Himachal to be released on Tuesday, people told to remain cautious

By HT Correspondent | Shimla, Shimla
UPDATED ON SEP 25, 2018 10:58 AM IST
The Bhakra Beas Management Board authorities said water in the dam reservoir had reached a height of 1,385 feet, which was very close to danger mark of 1,390 feet.
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