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Historic power station stops generation

With levels of the Krishna Raja Sagar reservoir nearing dead storage level, power generation in the historic hydro electric stations have been hit. While all 10 power generating units at the Sir K. Sheshadri Iyer Power Station — the first hydro ... The Hindu, 6 days ago

Water Supply Hit Due to Power Outages: BWSSB Chief

BENGALURU: There is no shortage in supply of water as far as the Krishna Raja Sagar Reservoir is concerned but power disruptions affected distribution of water in a few areas on Monday, said T M Vijaya Bhaskar, BWSSB Chairman. Due to power ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Will Krishna, Sharavathi be Bengaluru's Lifeline?

BENGALURU: After Cauvery, what? The state government is looking at other rivers to quench Bengaluru's thirst. It proposes to get water from river Krishna, a good 500km away from Bengaluru, and river Sharavathi, some 370km away. The water proposal ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

MCC Commissioner inspects Melapura pumping station

Sand bags being placed at the river site at a cost of Rs. 4.95 lakh to facilitate uninterrupted pumping of drinking water Mysuru, Apr. 26 - Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) Commissioner Dr. C.G. Betsurmath yesterday visited the Melapura pumping ...
 Star of Mysore2 days ago

108 Parks Face Water Crisis

BENGALURU: The city's biggest parks -- Lalbagh and Cubbon -- are keeping green in summer, thanks to water treatment plants. But the smaller parks are facing a shortage and the city corporation is hiring tankers and tapping lakes to meet the demand. ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago

Where Have all the Big Fish Gone?

BENGALURU: With the water levels in tanks and reservoirs dipping, fish rearers and consumers alike are looking skyward and praying for rain. While bigger varieties of fish have become rare and their price gone up drastically, smaller fish in market ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Bengaluru: Do you know where this water came from?

Come summer, as the borewells dry up, the private water tanker industry is out to make a killing. Doubtless, the tankers serve some three lakh apartments and an even higher number of individual homes in the newly added areas of the city, where ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Water Woes Escalate As Dams Near Dead Storage  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Dry Days Ahead for Karnataka as Reservoir Levels Dip Alarmingly  New Indian Express1 month ago

Short film Why Not wins accolades

A jilted lover should neither deride his fiancée or womankind as a whole nor drown himself in liquor and abruptly end his life. The revenge taken by the jilted lover gives a positive result! Roop Journo PS, a student of B. Sc Visual ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Early bricks of development

The rich tapestry of paddy fields that stretches for miles on both sides of the road on the way to Hampi, a renowned UNESCO world heritage site of the State, indicates the ‘change’ that the Tungabhadra Dam has brought to the lives and ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Protests over Venkatappa Art Gallery may sully culture, and a revered institution, in Karnataka

The Karnataka state government's 'Adopt a Destination' scheme involving the corporate sector in 46 of the state's 319 tourist attraction spots, has run into rough weather. One of the MOUs signed, for the Venkatappa Art Gallery (VAG), has raised the ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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