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Ya·mu·na

 (yŭm′ə-nə) or Jum·na (jŭm′nə)
A river of northern India rising in the Himalaya Mountains and flowing about 1,385 km (860 mi) generally southeast to the Ganges River at Allahabad.
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Tenders are invited for M/o various scheme under nazul a/c-ii/ez sh-renovation of yamuna aartisthal near bela road at western bank of yamuna river.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 19 (ANI): Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a meeting to review the sewage treatment plants (STPs) on Yamuna River and discussed measures to make the water body free from pollutants.
Summary: After the Yamuna river, a tributary to the Ganges, was granted the accolade, it made sense for activists to tell police that somebody had killed it
This amount shall be used for the betterment of the environment and that of the Yamuna river.
The event is taking place in the shadow of a raging controversy over alleged flouting of environmental damages on the banks of the Yamuna River.
The leaders paid floral tributes at Rajghat - the Mahatma Gandhi memorial on the bank of the Yamuna river.
NEW DELHI -- Rescuers say they have found 17 bodies of Hindu devotees who were swept away in the Yamuna River during a religious festival in the Indian capital.
Similar to the River Thames, the Yamuna River is a main tributary of the Ganges River and flows through New Delhi, the capital of India.
5 inches from the tip of his nose to the tip of his tail INDIA Two Hindu holy men get a lift on their teacher's motorcycle after being delayed for rituals at the confluence of the Ganges and Yamuna River.
Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) officials at the Taj Mahal took a look at the rear of the Taj Mahal facing the Yamuna river after the alarm.
It contrasts the grossly polluted Yamuna river in Delhi with what he found in the North East, where rivers have been transformed from waterways poisoned by sewage.