Organize Crime and Gangas
Poaching, illegal invasion of hunting, or theft of games is a global trend for criminal groups to participate. Countries with high poaching rates include the United States and Africa, but parts of animals taken from these countries are traded around the world. For many years, poaching has been proved unnecessary for many reasons, but since 1989 the horn of elephants and elephants, the killing of ivory has increased by more than 300%. Many people who are not significantly affected by these changes are questioning why this is reasonable and how it relates to health.
Ganga Jamuna or Ganga Jamna is a 1961 Indian Dakot crime drama movie produced by Technicolor. It was written and produced by Dilip Kumar, directed by Nitin Bose and written by Wajahat Mirza. It is a classic entertainer with a strong story, excellent performance and riveting music. It affected generations of actors and filmmakers. This movie is a trend setting movie that stimulates movies such as Deewaar (1975), Amar Akbar Anthony (1977), Trishul (1978), Sholay (1975), and the inspiration of the screenwriter Duo Salim-Javed It is a source. . In India, the box office income of Gunga Jumna is Rs. Rupee 700 rupees, net price is rupee. It became the most expensive Indian film in 500 rupees, 1961. After adjusting for inflation, movie box office revenue was 79.3 billion rupees (120 million dollars).
The Ganga River is the most sacred river in Hinduism. The Ganges was always a symbol of divinity, spirituality, purity, and Moksha. Swami Vivekananda said: "Paris is the source of civilization in Europe, because Gomukh belongs to the Ganges river Ganga is mentioned in many ancient documents; she gives mother, goddess, life A belief in groups of rivers and people In the northern part of India, it is a major river that has built a civilized river since long ago and a journey of about 2525 km (approx) began from Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand Province. Merging in the Bay of Bengal, the river of life passes Uttar Pradesh, Bihar Province, West Bengal State, then encounters the sea of Bangladesh.
The Ganges River flows through a densely populated area in India. Among the large-scale industries on the bank of the Ganges, 86 are located in Uttar Pradesh, 3 in Bihar and 43 in West Bengal. In Uttar Pradesh, 59 industries out of 86 industries are in the leather industry and handle large amounts of toxic chemical substances. Harmful industrial waste such as acid, base, sulfate and nitrate is directly mixed directly in the Ganges River. The largest garbage mixture in Ganges, West Bengal. Therefore, on average, 80% of pollutants contaminating the Ganges River are household waste and 20% are industrial waste. Household pollution in the large city of Kolkata of the Bhagirathi-Hooghly River and waste in neighboring textile industry, paper industry, leather tanning factory