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Mumbai lakes have the lowest water levels in the last 3 years

Mid-Day Saturday, 1 June 2019
Mumbai has 7 lakes that supply water to Mumbai of which only Tulsi Lake and Vihar Lake are located within Mumbai. As per the latest reports, water levels in the lakes supplying water to Mumbai have dipped to 1.47 lakh million litres or 10.16 percent of the required supply as on May 31. This is the lowest quantum of water that is...
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