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watershed ecological compensation, water pollution control, and
emergency prevention, and it identifies the measures needed to

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NEW DELHI:

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Black Gold has lost its sheen, and how! Today, the cost of a litre of petrol or diesel for Indian oil majors is less than the price of the bottle of packaged water that you buy.

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