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Clay Mining Sounds Death Knell for Chinnavedampatti Lake
While other water bodies in the city continue to brim with with water, thanks to recent monsoon showers, Chinnavedampatti Lake's sprawling 150 acres is bone dry.

The lake, which was a source of irrigation for acres of farm lands, has now weeds thriving all over.  Villagers around the locality said they last saw water in the lake 13 years ago and blamed it on brick kiln units that have damaged the inlets to the lake from its main feeder channel.  Craters formed due to haphazard clay mining has restricted regular flow.

 
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