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The turnaround has mainly been the result of the internal management and plugging of huge leakage of water from old pipes and a faulty distribution system. Thus, hoteliers have to make arrangements for meeting additional water needs. Many users of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) have reported that it is very effective in reducing the signs of aging in the skin and longer eye lashes. As the most common free radical, superoxide, infiltrates our bodies, SOD is right there reducing any damage this strong free radical can cause. SOD is both an anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant so it has the capabilities of guarding our bodies from the effects of aging as well as other possible dangers to our systems from free radical damage. It is high time to look at possible solutions to the problem of the shortage of drinking water, especially in the light of global concern about climate change issues in the Himalayan region.

This is more than double the availability of drinking water during the water crisis period, when it had dropped to 19 to 20 MLD. Mountains are more vulnerable to such things,” he says. Omega-3 fatty acids are instrumental in eliminating any inflammation in your body. These are questions awaiting answers. As per a study done by WAPCOS Ltd, around 47 percent of drinking water pumped for supply to the town goes waste due to leakages in old pipelines, and a faulty distribution system, apart from mismanagement . Improvements have also been made in the distribution network. “Now, after the replacement of the old pipeline from Creigneno to Dhalli, the leakages have been effectively plugged with an investment of Rs 8 crore. At Gumma — Shimla’s oldest and main water supply scheme which was commissioned during the British era — four pumps have been replaced at a cost of Rs 3.50 crore. The Giri water supply scheme, which has a capacity of 20 MLD but used to supply only 12 MLD, was renovated with an investment of Rs 4.50 crore.

As an alternative scheme, the Koti Brandi project has been commissioned to add 5 MLD of water. Shimla’s average requirement is 40 to 44 MLD. The scheme now supplies 21 MLD of water. Rajesh Kashyap, executive engineer (water supplies) explains some of these aspects. What lessons have the town and the state government learnt from the worst-ever water crisis? When you have a house and a glorious garden, you need to make sure that everything stays the same. You need to invest in top notch gardening equipment so that you will be able to make the garden look fabulous and to get into a great state of mind. A Brief Look at the Best 2013 Anti-Aging ProductsIf you’re looking for the best anti aging products of 2013, this article will point you in the right direction. If you’re looking for the best anti aging products of 2013, this article will point you in the right direction. Officials expect good snowfall this winter, and say that there will never be a repeat of the situation from this year’s summer. Six months down the line, the ‘queen of hills’ will face a reality check of sorts this winter, during the snow season which attracts thousands of tourists.

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On 29 September, the municipal corporation created a record of sorts by pumping 52.05 MLD of water against an installed capacity of 54 MLD. One cannot ignore the effect of massive construction activities in and around Shimla, forest felling, indiscriminate dumping of debris along hillsides and growing pollution on water availability. As of now, there is a dramatic improvement in the availability of drinking water in Shimla. In June this year, there was no drinking water supply in Shimla for eight to ten days —a situation that had forced hoteliers to put up boards advising tourists not to visit the town. A series of steps taken by Shimla Jal Prabandhan Nigam — an entity formed to manage the city’s water and sewerage affairs — has led to a cumulative discharge of 49 MLD of drinking water from all eight sources. It is important to consider that the impact of changes in weather patterns (erratic rains and less snowfall) have already hit availability of water discharge at natural sources.