Restoring Wular: Clogged lake dying in Kashmir

It was once Asia's largest freshwater lake, but now, Wular Lake in the Kashmir Valley is in desperate need of restoration.

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    It was once Asia's largest freshwater lake, but now, Wular Lake in the Kashmir Valley is in desperate need of restoration.

    Decades of mismanagement have left it dying and clogged with silt.

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports from Indian-administered Kashmir.


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