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Cauvery River Gallery to be set up in Mysuru

The National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI) will establish the Cauvery River Gallery in Mysuru to showcase the life, culture and biodiversity supported by the river, at a cost of Rs. 3.5 crore. Officials of the NASI and the State Tourism ... The Hindu, 1 month ago
Mysuru to get Cauvery river gallery Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago

Flood alert along the course of Amaravathi, Cauvery, Coleroon

People living along the rivers have been asked to move to safer places A flood alert has been sounded for people living along the course of the Amaravathi, the Cauvery and the Coleroon rivers in Karur, Tiruchi and Ariyalur districts as the ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Sand to be extracted from rivers with shrunken width

The drying up of rivers ahead of the approaching summer may be a cause for concern for farmers. But, it has presented the sand-starved real estate industry a golden opportunity to meet its growing requirement of sand for the burgeoning construction ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Government body likely to save TG Halli reservoir

The state government s expected to form a statutory authority to protect the catchment area of the TG Halli reservoir, built in 1933 to provide drinking water to Bengaluru. In the 1990s, the reservoir met the drinking water needs of a third of the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Mysuru DLSA best in State

Dinesh Hegde, Member Secretary, District Legal Service Authority, in Mysuru on Monday.— PHOTO: M.A. SRIRAM In a country where cases prolong for decades, more than 12,500 litigants have secured relief under the alternative dispute resolution ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
Counter Currents

Shame! We Are Turning Our Rivers Into Sewers

By Marianne Furtado de Nazareth 31 January, 2016 Countercurrents.org The Vaigai river at it's source. Plenty of sand with fairly clean water and out of the city limits. Pic credit: Francis Harry Roy S T he fronds of grass waved ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago

Farmers demand SAP for sugarcane

SISMA has said that paying more than FRP will be difficult for mills Farmers representatives of the district have urged the State government to ensure that private sugar mills paid the State Advised Price (SAP) for sugarcane this crushing ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Action sought against illegal sand quarrying in six districts

A PIL petition has been moved before the Madras High Court alleging irregularities in sand quarrying in the districts of Karur, Tiruchi, Thanjavur, Ariyalur, Cuddalore and Nagapattinam. The PIL sought the court to direct the authorities concerned to ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
The Hindu

'Revive water bodies'

With scenes of heavy floods devastating Chennai last month still fresh in everyone's memory, steps should be taken to prevent such calamities. According to the district administration, nearly 40,000 canals and tanks are spread across the district.
 The Hindu1 month ago Revive water bodies  The Hindu1 month ago

People Power of RBI Colony Residents on Mahadayi Project

Bingipura Residents Protest Garbage Dumping After 2014 and the first few months of 2015, it was the turn of the residents of Bingipura to rise against the unregulated dumping of garbage near their village. The movement began in September, and ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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