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More than 100 bodies recovered from India's Ganges
January 15th, 2015 
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The Ganges is India's most polluted river
More than 100 bodies have been found in the river Ganges in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, prompting the authorities to order a probe.
Reports said the bodies were of people who were dumped in the river or buried on the banks after their families could not afford a proper cremation.
Many Indians regard the Ganges as holy and use its bank for cremations.
The 2,500km (1,500-mile) river has been badly polluted by industrial waste, farm pesticides and sewage.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowed to clean up the river after his election victory last year.
Bodies were first found floating near the banks of the river on Tuesday in Uttar Pradesh's Unnao district.
Villagers noticed the bodies when many had become stuck on the river bank with dogs and vultures circling the area.
More were found on Wednesday, and authorities said so far 104 bodies had been retrieved.

"It seems that as the water level has receded in the river, these bodies have surfaced," news agency AFP quoted district magistrate Saumya Agarwal as saying