Israel To Help India Clean Up The Ganges River
MAY 5, 2012
Young Israeli tourists are so common in India that in certain regions, restaurants hang signs and write menus in Hebrew. At the end of April, Israeli news site Ynet reported that Israel would be sending engineers, researchers and representatives from water technologies companies to help India clean up the notoriously-polluted Ganges River. The river has become an increasingly problematic site for India as it has caused the spread of infections and diseases.