Asola eco-sensitive zone in Haryana to miss major spots [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=75061]
Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary may get an eco-sensitive zone (ESZ) on Haryana land, but this zone will stretch to only one kilometre. This will barely cover 10 per cent of the Aravalli hills, which are under threat from the real estate industry, and will
leave out almost all prominent ecological spots in the state such as Mangar Bani forests, Dhauj Lake, Damdama Lake and Badkhal Lake. Only the Surajkund Lake may be covered under the proposed protected area.