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Private sector plans for Jog Falls

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BANGALORE: The Jog Development Authority is examining several proposals received from the private sector for the development of Jog Falls.

The falls, being developed as an all-weather international tourist destination, now has a boat ride facility, an adventure gear store. The stone for a commercial complex has been laid. Meanwhile, a plan of letting water into the falls during December-May is likely to be prepared.

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