by M Asnikumar Singh, Chairman | LDA
by Priya Ranganathan
Loktak Lake and
Explore and discover Loktak Lake
and associated wetlands.
Wetlands constitute 6.8% of the total land area of the Manipur River Basin. The important wetlands locally called pats are : Loktak, Lamphel, Waithou, Ikop, Kharung, Lousi, Khoidum, Lamjao and Pumlen.
Celebrating 33rd Loktak Day
A one-day workshop on ‘Conservation and Wise Use of Loktak and…
A need for sustained effort to conserve Loktak Lake
Shri Moirnagthem Asnikumar Singh chaired a joint meeting attended by PD,…
Ecosystem regeneration initiative – A success story
The Tokpa Kabui upland landscape was degraded in the 1990s.
Read about the unique characteristics of the Loktak Wetland Complex, and issues and challenges faced by LDA in restoring and developing the Loktak Lake resources and biodiversity.
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