From its 10-km long wall, the reservoir of Jayakwadi dam, the biggest irrigation project in Marathwada which is at the dead storage level, looks like an inexhaustible water body. Tackling the fourth consecutive drought in Marathwada has gotten ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
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Barely 20km from Jayakwadi, one of Asia's largest earthen dams, is Nanegaon village in Paithan taluka. Shrivelled sweet lime orchards, barren cotton fields, dried up wells and water tankers belie the fact that this village, like nearly 40 others, is ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Water crisis: 0% water is left in Jayakwadi, Purna Siddheshwar, Majalgaon, Manjra, Lower Terna, Mannar and Sina KolegaonDNA, 2 months ago State's major dams dry up, but pre-monsoon rain brings hope Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago Maharashtra drought: Seven out of 11 dams have no water left in them Mid Day, 2 months ago 7 out of 11 major irrigation dams have no water left The Freepress Journal, 2 months ago
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. Express Photo Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Thursday said the government will reconstitute the project affected people's relief and rehabilitation authority, which had become defunct for the last six ...Indian Express, 2 days ago Maha govt to reconstitute defunct authority for relief to project affectedpeople Yahoo! India, 2 days ago
With delayed monsoon, the water crisis situation in Nashik has gone from bad to worse as the dams in the district show a total availability of 3% of water stocks which is supposed to last till July 31. This means the administration and Nashik ...DNA India, 1 week ago Maharashtra: Only 3% water left in Nashik dams DNA India, 1 week ago
Nashik: With uncertainty looming over the arrival of monsoon, the water situation in the district seems to be going from bad to worse. The water level in dams across the district has collectively touched a new low of 2.14%, which was 11% during ...Times of India, 1 week ago Reservoirs across Nashik have 8% stock left Times of India, 2 months ago
The delay in the arrival of monsoon has affected water storage and supply all across the state. The quantity in reservoirs in Maharashtra is speedily depleting with only 10% water left in state dams as against 17% last year and 21% in 2014. If it ...DNA India, 2 weeks ago Water in major reservoirs at less than 17 per cent of combined capacity Economic Times, 3 weeks ago Pre-monsoon showers fail to improve water levels in main reservoirs Economic Times, 4 weeks ago Reservoirs dip to 18%: Central Water Commission Economic Times, 1 month ago
Four weeks after the Bombay High Court asked the Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority (MWRRA) to consider releasing water from Ujani dam to Jayakwadi dam on humanitarian grounds, so that residents of Aurangabad and surrounding areas can ...Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago Drought check: HC directs govt to put new water regulator in place Times of India, 1 month ago
On Monday, the Maharashtra government told the Bombay High Court that it was declaring drought in over 29,000 villages in Maharashtra. The state is facing drought for the second straight year. According to statistics on Factly , Maharashtra has ...Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
Last year, Sudhakar Borwankar's two-acre sugarcane field in Bhada village of Ausa taluka in Latur, failed him after all his six borewells dried up, yielding him one third of the normal output of cane at around 10 tonnes off one acre. This is, ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
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