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Work on Narmada canal to affect AMC water supply for 10 days
AhmedabadMirror.com

Work on Narmada canal to affect AMC water supply for 10 days

Water supply to several parts of the city is likely to be affected over the next 10 days as the Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd on Monday started civil work on removing a coffer dam (a watertight enclosure pumped dry to permit construction work ... AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 month ago

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Financial Express

Sardar Sarovar Dam overflows, Gujarat Tourism converts crisis into opportunity

The Gujarat tourism grabbed the opportunity and published special advertisements on social media to attract tourists from across the states to witness the 'White water' flowing from the Dam. The dam on Narmada River in South Gujarat started ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Sardar Sarovar dam begins to overflow  Times of India2 weeks ago Sardar Sarovar dam starts overflowing  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago PTI - DAM (BES25) - Sardar Sarovar dam starts overflowing  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

Hydropower station at Sardar Sarovar becomes operational

Vadodara, Jul 19 (PTI) Six main power-generating turbines of Sardar Sarovar Dam at Kevadia in Narmada district of Gujarat have become operational since July 12, producing electricity at its full capacity after 65,000 cusec of water was released from ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago
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Financial Express

Narmada Dam's height increasing work to finish before schedule

Construction work to increase the height of Narmada dam at Kevadia in Gujarat's Narmada district to 138.72 metres from existing 121.92 metres will be completed by December this year, nine months ahead of the schedule, a top government official said ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago

J N Singh appointed CS

Gujarat government has appointed 1983 batch IAS officer J N Singh as the chief secretary. He will replace Gangaram Aloria, who retired on Saturday. Known for his administration skills, Singh's prowess will be tested to the full at a time when Dalit ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com3 weeks ago JN Singh appointed new Chief Secretary of Gujarat  The Hindu3 weeks ago Gujarat names J N Singh as new Chief Secretary  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

J.N. Singh is Gujarat's new Chief Secretary

The Gujarat government has appointed J.N. Singh, a 1983-batch IAS of Gujarat cadre, as new Chief Secretary of the State in place of G.R. Aloria, who is superannuating on July 31. His order was issued by the personnel department headed by ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Energy News Monitor | Volume XIII; Issue 6

Monthly power news summary: Who destroyed power shortages? India Claims by concerned Ministers from the Government that their efforts had reduced power shortages even at the time of peak demand in June continued to grab headlines. According to ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 month ago

Rain in MP will help raise Ukai dam water level

Surat: Many areas in Maharashtra and central Madhya Pradesh have received heavy rainfall in past three days. Several of these places happen to be catchment areas of Tapi river that flows through south Gujarat. Hence, it is expected that the rain ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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