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28th October 2018 Part-1: Daily News Analysis
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Pulicat lake, lagoon and Sriharikota

Jatin Verma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Jatin Verma
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seychelles island - Assumption Island
Seychelles:- assumption island Madagascar :- Diego garsia island
Seychelles:- assumption island Madagascar :- Diego garsia island
pulicat lake is the second largest brackish water lake in India..lie in border of Andhra Pradesh (40%) and Tamil Nadu (60%)..
Pulicat Lake touches Andhra Pradesh and Tamilnadu
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  5. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE but th As work gets under way on one of India's prize projects in the Indian Ocean to upgrade facilities on the Agalega islands in Mauritius, the government is watching a battle brewing in the Mauritius parliament over the project. het y hav p he After facing resistance over placing its helicopters in the Maldives' Addu Atoll and the virtual cancellation of its project to develop the Assumption Island in the Seychelles earlier this year, New Delhi is moving swiftly but quietly to ensure its project in reve layer Mauritius to construct a jetty, rebuild and extend the runway, and build an airport terminal-does not run into trouble. The $87 million project, to be funded by India, has been awarded to AFCON or us hink h cause l erent construction group and RITES engineering consultancy. Surveys have begun to fulfil the contract signed on September 28 this year, which stipulated that construction begin by February 12, 2019, and be completed in 2021. a pu ' Earlier this week, Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth's government faced tough question rk and t sta in the National Assembly over Indian involvement in the project and its costs and whether it would involve a military component.

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  7. Page-8 South: Dry spell hits arrival of birds at Pulicat. [GSM-3: Env. and Ecology] . October is the month when migratory birds flock the picturesque Pulicat Lake in a big way at th before returning to their homelands. It is not so this year in view of the prolonged dryspell, disappointing bird lovers who make e p it to the lake with great hopes to enjoy the scenic beauty of a large number of migratory te birds thronging the second largest brackish-water eco-system in the country. Thanks to climate change, last year also Sulurpeta and its surrounding areas did not get copious rains during the southwest monsoon, delaying the arrival of among other birds, flamingos, storks and pelicans, which usually visit the lake from September. . e an k h ent . "We hope that the northeast monsoon brings bountiful rains to these parts later this year," said a group of fishermen busy trying to find some catch in the fast depleting lake. At least a foot of water spread should be there in the 300 sq km water body for flamingos u to feel comfortable, they say. It was during 2016 when the Vardah cyclone struck the coast, migratory birds came in tens of thousands. ksa that

  8. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th The drought in the previous two years saw lesser arrival of the avians. Flamingos from Rann of Kutch find the Pulicat ecosystem with saline water spread most ideal for catching prey P lake used to be safe haven when both southwest and northeast monsoons brought y hav ph copious rains helping growth of vegetation. he g Meanwhile, the Forest Department, which runs the bird sanctuary, has planned to set up reve slay artificial perches for the avians at a cost of 20 lakh for them to feel comfortable. The artificial perches will aid growth of vegetation and enable visitors enjoy the beauty of the avians feeding the younger ones, says Sullurpeta Division Forest Officer (Wildlife Division) Ravindranath Reddy. Last year too, only a few thousands of migratory birds arrived at the Pulicat Lake in October. But the winter migratory birds came in tens of thousands in December after th northwest monsoon brought bountiful rains, especially in the catchment areas feeding Swarnamukhi and Kalangi rivers, Mr. Reddy told The Hindu. or us hink h causel erent rk and t sta ch

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  10. LT to but th Pulicat Lagoon is the second largest brackish water lagoon in India, after Chilika Lake. Pulicat Lagoon is considered to be the second largest brackish water body in India measuring 759* km2. The Lagoon is one the three important wetlands to attract North-East Monsoon rain clouds during October to December season to Tamil Nadu. The lagoon comprises the following regions: 1) Pulicat Lake (Tamil Nadu-TN & Andhra Pradesh-AP) 2) Marshy/Wetland Land Region (AP) 3) Venadu Reserve Forest (AP) 4) Pernadu Reserve Forest (AP) The lagoon was cut across in the middle the Sriharikota Link Road, which divided the water body into lake and marshy land. The lake encompasses the Pulicat Lake Bird Sanctuary The barrier island of Sriharikota separates the lake from the Bay of Bengal and is home to the Satish Dhawan Space Centre. he las ch that par eent

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