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Clean River

Global River Discharge Database
This site contains a compilation of monthly mean river discharge data for over 3500 sites worldwide. The data sources are RivDis2.0, the United States Geological Survey, Brazilian National Department of Water and Electrical Energy, and HYDAT-Environment Canada. The period of record for each station is variable, from 3 years to greater than 100. All data is in m3/s.

Interesting facts about rivers
A river is a large natural stream of water flowing in a channel to the sea, a lake, or another river.
Rivers normally contain freshwater.
Rivers are found on every continent and on nearly every kind of land.
A river begins at a source (or more often several sources), follows a path called a course, and ends at a mouth or mouths.
The passage where the river flows is called the river bed and the earth on each side is called a river bank.
The movement of water in a river is called a current. The current is usually strongest near the river’s source.

30 Things You Didn’t Know About Rivers

Six Spotlessly and Cleanest Rivers of India
The latest report of Pollution Board say’s Narmada River and Chamabal are the cleanest rivers of India and amongst India’s 10 major rivers, water of Narmada and Chamabal are cleanest and even fit for drinking.
There are various projects are going on to clean Indian rivers such as Namami Gange,Narmada Sewa Yatra,Rally for Rivers and Clean Ganga Project. As per Uma Bharti, River Ganga to be one of the cleanest rivers by October 2018.