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June 18, 2008


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Excellent pictography.Underwater pollution is the major cause of many disasters and environmental pollution.Industries are the major cause for underground water pollution.All the waste materials are dissolved in ground water and by usage of those water several health problems may arise in people which may cause physical or mental malfunctions and may sometimes lead to death.Government has to take measurements to avoid such things and save the life of inhabitants living in the surroundings of such industries...

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