Ramganga


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Ramganga

 

a river in India, a left tributary of the Ganges. It is approximately 600 km long. Originating on the southern slopes of the Himalayas, the Ramganga crosses the Siwalik Range and below it flows over the Indo-Gangetic Plain. It is fed by snow and rain. Flash floods, during which the flow rates reach 2,800 cu m per sec, occur in the summer, causing severe damage. The river basin has numerous irrigation systems. The city of Moradabad is situated on the Ramganga.

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The incident is said to have taken place on Sunday, when people relieving themselves in the open were beaten up by men, on the bank of River Ramganga.
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Singhal has prayed that Ramganga, a significant tributary of Ganga, be freed of waste emanating from brass factories along UP's Moradabad.
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We even took the vehicles along the bed of the Ramganga to test their off-roading capabilities.
The main rivers being the Ramganga, the Yamuna, the Tamsa, the Gomti, the Ghaghara, the Son, the Gandaki and the Kosi that feed the Ganges.
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However, if you plan properly, you can cover the 300-odd kilometres to the Corbett Ramganga resort in under six hours, but that plan involves leaving Delhi before six in the morning, praying to most gods in the Hindu pantheon that devotees aren't going to take a dip in the Ganga at Brijghat and having a car with an engine powerful enough to overtake the far too frequent overloaded tractors even when there is a smidgen of a gap in oncoming traffic.
Landslide hazard zonation using the GIS approach--A cases study from the Ramganga catchment, Himalayas", Engineering Geology, Vol.
Srivastava P, Prakash B, Sehgal JL, Kumar S (1994) Role of neotectonics and climate in development of the Holocene geomorphology and soils of the Gangetic Plains between Ramganga and Rapti rivers.