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Levels Rise
Saudi Gazette

Water level in Mettur dam at 72.83 feet

The water level in the Mettur dam today stood at 72.83 feet against its full level of 120 feet. The inflow was 225 cusecs while outflow was increased from 1,000 cuseces to 1500 cusecs, PWD sources said. Business Standard, 3 hours ago
PTI - METTUR - Water level in Mettur dam at 73.58 feet Namibia Press Agency, 1 week ago
Levels Rise Saudi Gazette, 1 week ago

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Sacrifice in vain

Residents gave up their homes, land, school and places of worship for the Selaulim dam project. Till date, they don’t get a drop of water
 Times of India13 hours ago

Mekedatu: Govt yet to seek forest clearance, survey

The State government may be resolute in its decision to build a dam across the River Cauvery at Mekedatu in Ramanagar district, but it hasn't done anything so far to get the mandatory forest survey and clearance. The government has informed the Cauvery Water ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago State will go ahead with Mekedatu: CM  Deccan Herald2 days ago TN's Objection to Mekedatu Dam Politically Motivated: Siddaramaiah  Outlook4 days ago Implement Mekedatu project on war footing: JDS  Business Standard5 days ago

Karnataka yet to approach Centre on Mekedatu dam

Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday said the Centre has not received any request from Karnataka seeking environmental clearances for the proposed Mekedatu project. "The ministry has not granted any permission to Karnataka for building a ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Mekedatu row: Tamil Nadu Assembly adopts resolution seeking Centre's intervention  Jagran Post5 days ago Mekedatu row: TN Assembly adopts resolution seeking Centre's  Business Standard6 days ago
Sudan Tribune

Don't Torpedo The Dam, Full Speed Ahead For Ethiopia's Nile Project

I once met a popular spoken word poet in Ethiopia who was asked by a government official to write a poem about the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. But since Ethiopia began construction in 2011, Egypt has spun the dam as a threat. Former president ...
 Austin American Statesman1 week ago Egyptian experts divided over Ethiopian Dam declaration  Albawaba1 week ago : African press review 24 March 2015  Radio France Internationale1 week ago Egyptian president in Ethiopia to bury dispute over Nile dam  Zee News1 week ago

MDMK seeks PM's intervention on Mekeddatu issue

MDMK on Monday said it is the responsibility of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to prevent Karnataka from constructing a dam across the Cauvery at Mekeddatu, which would adversely affect the interests of Tamil Nadu farmers.
 Zee News2 days ago MDMK seeks PM's intervention on Mekeddatu issue  Business Standard3 days ago MDMK seeks Prime Minister's intervention on Mekeddatu issue  Economic Times2 days ago MDMK seeks PM Modi's intervention on Mekeddatu issue  Jagran Post2 days ago
New Indian Express

TN vows to thwart Mekedatu dam plan

The Tamil Nadu government on Wednesday said it would make all efforts, including legal measures, to thwart Karnataka's effort to raise two dams across the Cauvery near Mekedatu. "We have been continuously taking action to ensure that the rights of Tamil Nadu ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago 'Tamil Nadu to Thwart Karnataka's Attempt to Build Dam Across Cauvery'  New Indian Express1 week ago TN govt assures all steps to 'thwart' attempts to build check dam by Karnataka  Zee News1 week ago All steps to 'thwart' attempts to build check dam  Press Trust of India1 week ago
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Karnataka govt should build Mekedatu dam quickly: JD(S)

JD(S) MLA Y S V Datta said when Tamil Nadu has stated it will not allow us to go ahead with the Mekedatu dam project, project, why shouldn't Karnataka legislators go ahead and pass a resolution stating that "we will go ahead with the project at any cost?" ...
 Economic Times5 days ago JD(S) asks Karnataka govt to implement Mekedatu dam project on war footing  Economic Times5 days ago Iloilo P11.2-B mega-dam project could start in May  Business World1 week ago Gov to implement Kaiduan Dam project within three years  New Sabah Times1 week ago

Opposition bandh over Karnataka dam evokes mixed response in TN

As many as 4,200 people were arrested across the state, including 437 in Chennai. Protesters blocked trains at Chennai Egmore and Central stations.
 Times of India4 days ago Karaikal ryots to observe bandh on dam issue on March 28  Business Standard6 days ago Farmers meet Tamil Nadu CM seeking support for bandh  Zee News6 days ago Farmers meet Panneerselvam seeking support for bandh  Hindu Business Line6 days ago
IndiaTV News

Tamail Nadu Congress slams check dam by Karnataka govt

Chennai: Congress’ Tamil Nadu unit today condemned the party-led government in Karnataka over its decision to construct a check dam across river Cauvery at Mekedatu, saying it was going ahead ‘unilaterally’ without Central clearance.With the ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago Congress in TN Flays Party Government in Karnataka Over Check Dam  New Indian Express1 week ago Cong in TN flays party govt in Karnataka over check dam  Press Trust of India1 week ago Congress in TN Flays Party Govt in Karnataka Over Check Dam  Outlook1 week ago
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