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Indian fishermen take advantage of increasing water area for fish farming


Bhopal, Aug 24 (EFE/EPA).- Local fishermen in the Indian city of Bhopal on Monday took advantage of increasing water area in Madhya Pradesh for fish farming while the state government also provided subsidy to construct ponds on its fields. (Camera: SANJEEV GUPTA).FOOTAGE OF INDIAN FISHERMEN IN BHOPAL, INDIA.

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