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Depleting Indian water reservoirs need rains to prevent crop loss - govt
Reuters India

Depleting Indian water reservoirs need rains to prevent crop l...

By Mayank Bhardwaj NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's reservoirs are depleting fast and monsoon rains need to pick up now if they are to have enough water to prevent a drop in output of major winter crops such as wheat and rapeseed that are sown from ... Reuters India, 11 hours ago
Protests over drinking water crisis in Madurai Times of India, 23 hours ago

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14.73 tmcft Water Released to TN: Patil

BANGALORE: Karnataka has released 14.73 tmcft of water to Tamil Nadu from Cauvery reservoirs, Water Resources Minster M B Patil informed the Assembly on Monday. However, the minister denied the opposition charge that the government has compromised ...
 New Indian Express18 hours ago KRS water level reaches 100 ft.  Star of Mysore1 day ago Tamil Nadu govt has released Rs 682 crore to tackle water, fodder crisis: Minister  Times of India10 hours ago Protest over release of water to Tamil Nadu from Cauvery  NewKerala.com5 days ago
Business Line

Despite Widespread Rain, State Low on Power

BHUBANESWAR: With no visible improvement in water level in reservoirs despite widespread rains across the State, power crisis continues to persist as cash-strapped Gridco is unable to buy costly thermal power to meet the deficit. Even as the ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago River levels continue to rise  The Statesman23 hours ago DRY STATES  Global Water Intelligence4 days ago Largest reservoir in U.S. drops to historic lows  Reuters India5 days ago

TN dams brim as monsoon intensifies in Karnataka

Reservoirs in Tamil Nadu, including the Mettur dam, are brimming with the increasing inflow of water as the southwest monsoon continues to intensify in Karnataka and Kerala. The Stanley reservoir in Mettur, the lifeline of delta farmers, continued to receive ...
 Deccan Herald21 hours ago Dam levels in Tamil Nadu up as Karnataka, Kerala get rain  Times of India4 days ago Unseasonal rain boosts TN farmers' hopes of higher output  Deccan Herald1 month ago Rain kills 7 in Tamil Nadu  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Water level down in 63 reservoirs, says July 3 CWC report

There is a fall in water level in 62 reservoirs monitored by the Central Water Commission (CWC) since May, the Centre told the Rajya Sabha today. Replying to a query, Minister of State for Water Resources Santosh Kumar Gangwar said that the CWC ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Govt taking urgent steps to avert power crisis: Goyal  Money Control5 days ago

Lower Bhavani reservoir level increases to 56.18 feet

Following heavy rain in catchment areas in Udhagamandalam, the water level in lower Bhavani Project reservoir touched 56.18 feet today against its full level of 105 feet. PWD officials said that the level of the dam has increased by 12 feet ...
 Business Standard2 days ago Water levels dip in major reservoirs  The Hindu3 days ago Water levels in major reservoirs surge following recent showers  Times of India4 days ago It's bounty time in major reservoirs of the State  Deccan Herald5 days ago

India's reservoirs at 26% of capacity in past week

NEW DELHI: Water levels in India's main reservoirs in the week to July 17 were at 26 percent of capacity, down 16 percentage points from the year ago, government data showed on Friday. However, on a week-on-week basis, the figure has improved from ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Water, power production rises in Tehri Dam  NetIndia123.com5 days ago Water reservoirs at 26% of capacity in past week  Livemint.com4 days ago Water reservoirs at 24 percent of capacity in past week  Sify1 week ago
Times of India

Raising water level in Mullaperiyar reservoir to 142 feet is victory to people, Jayalalithaa says

CHENNAI: A day after the shutters of the Mullaperiyar dam were lowered to raise the water level in the reservoir to 142 feet from 136 feet in accordance with a decision of the monitoring committee, Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on Friday ...
 Times of India4 days ago Mullaperiyar dam shutters lowered to raise water level to 142 feet  Times of India5 days ago TN set to raise water level in Mullaperiyar dam  Hindustan Times2 months ago TN Govt Begins Steps to Raise Water Level in Mullaperiyar  Outlook2 months ago

India's water reservoir levels at 26% capacity last week

Live water storage available in 85 important reservoirs of the country as on Jul. 17, 2014 was 39.995 BCM which is 26% of total storage capacity of these reservoirs. This storage is 61% of the storage of corresponding period of last year and 87% of ...
 MyIris4 days ago Water reservoir levels at 24% capacity in past week  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Falling water level in Bhakra reservoir adds to power woes in Punjab

Water level in Bhakra dam is already four metres lower than what it was in the corresponding period last year - one of the reasons for the existing shortfall of 183 lakh units (LU) in supply as on Friday.
 Times of India1 week ago Weak monsoon slows down crop sowing in Punjab  Business Standard1 week ago Weak monsoon:crop sowing trails in Pb,lesser water in Bhakra  Business Standard1 week ago
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