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Kya Yahi Pyaar Hai | The Ultimate Sax Collection | Best Sax Covers #181| Stanley Samuel | Singapore
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Jaane Jaan Dhoondta Phir Raha Instrumental | Hawaiian Guitar | Accordion
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A timeless song composed by the Great R.D. Burman and sung by the two legends, Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhosle, here is being played by Indian Hawaiian Guitarist Sonali Nath and Indian Accordionist Sanjeev Sachdeva. Enjoy... :)
 

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Chura Liya Hai Tumne Jo Dil Ko Instrumental | Hawaiian Guitar | Accordion
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A landmark song of Bollywood, awesomely sung by Asha Bhosle and Mohammed Rafi, composed by R. D. Burman, here is being played by Indian Hawaiian Guitarist Sonali Nath and Indian Accordionist Sanjeev Sachdeva
 

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Leh administration asked to remove all structures around Pangong Lake
“Not only this, a scheme/policy is also important to be formulated by the state government, if not already formulated, for preservation and conservation of Pangong Lake,” the court said.

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Srinagar, Publish Date: Aug 29 2018 12:55AM
Updated Date: Aug 29 2018 12:55AM



Leh administration asked to remove all structures around Pangong Lake

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The High Court has directed the Leh district administration to remove all structures around the Pangong Lake.
A bench of Justice Tashi Rabstan also directed the administration to take up the issue of shifting of the structures erected by army around the lake to any other area.

The direction came after the court observed that the administration is required to take well planned, sustainable and scientific steps to prevent degradation or ultimate death of the lake.
“Not only this, a scheme/policy is also important to be formulated by the state government, if not already formulated, for preservation and conservation of Pangong Lake,” the court said.
The court held the district administration should also endeavour to save, protect and preserve the flora and fauna in and around Lake.
“Insofar as bore wells and hand pumps are concerned, the administration shall seal all bore wells and hand pumps which are operating illegally, unauthorisedly and without permission from the authority,” it added.
Observing that the lakes are an important feature of earth’s landscape, the court said these water bodies are extremely valuable ecosystems and provide a range of goods and services to humankind.
Pointing out that Pangong Lake is one of the biggest tourist attractions of the country, the court said: “Pangong requires preservation and conservation from being contaminated and polluted under the guise of developmental works, construction and erection of structures around the lake”.
The court issued the directions after it was informed that several camps, restaurants and other structures have been set up illegally along bank of Pangong Lake without any permission, generating all type of effluents and contaminants which pose serious threat to the very existence of the lake besides threatening the ecologically fragile region as also the wildlife.



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Admn demolishes illegal camps at Pangong Lake; residents march towards Chinese Border in protest

on: April 11, 2019

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LEH: The picturesque Pangong Lake, which falls under Changthang Cold Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, in the eastern part of Ladakh is yet again in the limelight after residents of Spangmik, a village located near the famous lake, reportedly marched towards Chinese border on Wednesday morning in protest against District Administration’s demolition drive to dismantle illegal tourist camps near Pangong Lake.
According to sources Spangmik residents left their livestock locked at home and marched towards Chinese border. They were later stopped by Army at Border Personal Meeting (BPM) Point.
Councillor Chushul Constituency Stanzin Konchok said that Pangong dispute has been there between the administration and residents for quite sometime and administration should find an amicable solution without hurting the sentiments of local residents of the villages around Pangong Lake.
While former Councillor of the area Tsering Angchok told on phone that the administration carried out demolition drive in the area and destroyed number of tourist camps owned by locals. He claimed that administration didn’t demolish Wildlife Department structures raised in the same area and said that rule should be same for all. Terming the situation as critical Angchok alleged that it is an injustice to the residents of the area for not being allowed to carry out business activities on their own land.
District Administration has reportedly allotted alternative land to the people of the area to raise camps away from the Lake and notice in this regard has also been served several times. Apparently the administration has direction from the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir also to remove illegal infrastructures that existed close to the lake. Meanwhile, it is learnt that the district administration is in the process of sorting the issue out although no official comment was given by the administration.
The picturesque Pangong Lake has been drawing the attention of thousands of tourists every year, mostly domestic, mainly after the release of Bollywood blockbuster film ‘3 Idiots’. Tourist camps established and constructions took place over the last one decade are all said to be illegal and in the past the Wildlife Department had issued notices to the restaurants and camp runners for immediate removal of establishments and even cautioned that department of wildlife protection would be forced to forfeit illegal constructions as the area falls under Changthang Cold Desert Wildlife Sanctuary.
Raising infrastructure on the shore of Pangong Lake in Changthang Cold Desert Wild Life Sanctuary is said to be a clear violation of J&K Wildlife (Protection) Act 1978 amended up to 2002.


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