Mahi


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Mahi

 

a river in western India. It flows down from the northern slopes of the Vindhya Range. It passes mainly through flat country and empties into the Gulf of Khambhat of the Arabian Sea, forming an estuary. Length, more than 550 km. During periods of summer monsoon rains the river becomes copious. During low-water periods it dries up in places. The Mahi is used for irrigation.

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If the NDRF team from Ghaziabad could reach within two hours on the fateful night when Mahi fell into the borewell, she probably could have been saved.
Earlier, it was reported that an army rescue team was just inches away from retrieving four-year-old Mahi after over 81 hours on Sunday morning.
Residents of Mahi's native Khoh village raised slogans against the rescue teams and the district administration on hearing of her death.
Meanwhile, Mahi's family said that they were not informed properly about the status of the operation being carried out to rescue her.
But caterers for Mahi's birthday party removed it after it obstructed a vehicle carrying some items for them.
Oxygen was supplied to Mahi since the rescue operation began, but to no avail.
Commandos have managed to dig about 70 feet and are now trying to determine the exact spot where Mahi is.
Officials supervising the rescue operation said they are supplying Mahi with oxygen through pipes and giving her food as well.
Mahi's family has been inconsolable for the past two days, pleading with the authorities to save her.
"He whakamiharo nga mahi a Paraone Gloyne ki te whakarauoratanga o te reo Maori, he mea nui te kaupapa Mahuru Maori nana i timata, ana mahi tataki i te ropu o Motai Tangata Rau, me ana mahi i runga Taringa, he paohorangi reorua.