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Mettur level touches 60 feet mark

With heavy rains continuing in the Cauvery's catchments in Karnataka, the flow into the Stanley reservoir at Mettur has crossed the 60 feet mark, raising farmers' hopes for water release for cultivation in the delta areas. Officials said here on ... The Hindu, 15 hours ago

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The Hindu, 6 months ago

Rising Mettur Inflow Cheers Delta Farmers

TIRUCHY / TIRUVARUR: Considerable inflow of water into the Mettur reservoir is kindling hope among delta farmers to undertake Samba cultivation. Farmers say they would be doubly happy if the government decided to open the reservoir in the first or ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago Cauvery flow brings first bounty of season  Deccan Chronicle4 days ago Water woes to continue for TN delta farmers  Deccan Herald1 month ago Rs.32.95-cr. aid package fordeltafarmers  The Hindu1 month 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 Herald2 days ago Reservoirs almost dry in Tamil Nadu  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

Mettur Dam level 53.06 feet

Water level in the Mettur Dam today stood at 53.06 feet as against the maximum of 120 feet. Inflow into the reservoir was 19,829 cusecs while the outfolow 800 cusecs, PWD officials said. The storage was 19.793 tmc against the capacity of 93.4 ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Mettur Dam level at 53.06 feet  Smart Investor3 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Karnataka Water Flows into Mettur

DHARMAPURI: The surplus water discharged from Krishnarajasagar (KRS) and Kabini reservoirs in Karnataka has reached Biligundulu, the entry point in Tamil Nadu, here on Thursday evening. According to the sources in the Central Water Commission, The ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago Tamil Nadu govt has released Rs 682 crore to tackle water, fodder crisis: Minister  Times of India2 days ago Flood alert in Tamil Nadu's Hogenakkal  India Today5 days ago Tamil Nadu: Flood Alert in Hogenakkal following heavy inflow in  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago
The Hindu

Rains push up flow into Mettur dam

Rains in catchments have pushed up water flow into the Stanley Reservoir at Mettur from 3,800 cusecs (cubic feet per second) on Tuesday to 5,477 cusecs on Wednesday morning. Billigundlu in Krishnagiri, where the Cauvery enters Tamil Nadu before ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Water level at 55.89 feet in Mettur

Salem: The water level in the Mettur dam this morning stood at 55.89 feet against the full level of 120 feet. Inflow was 23,721 cusecs while outflow 800 cusecs, PWD officials said. PWD sources said they were expecting 25,000 cusecs of water ...
 ZeeNews.com3 days ago Water level at 55.89 feet  Business Standard India3 days ago

Water level crosses 50-feet mark at Mettur

The Mettur dam continued to receive high inflow on Saturday, taking the water level to above the 50-feet mark. At 8 a.m. on Saturday, the inflow was 19,713 cubic feet per second (cusecs). The water level stood at 50.55 ft against the full level of ...
 The Hindu4 days ago
Times of India

Reservoirs dry up as monsoon weakens

NEW DELHI: Monsoon deficit has already taken a toll on key water reservoirs in the country, raising a fear of scarcity if rains fail to pick up. Water level of reservoirs in most parts of the country has declined to a point that it is now not only ...
 Times of India1 week ago Water level in reservoirs in 12 states dips due to rain deficit  Times of India2 weeks ago Water level in reservoirs in 12 dips due to rain deficit  Times of India2 weeks ago Unseasonal rain boosts TN farmers' hopes of higher output  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Chennai water sources go dry, future looks grim

CHENNAI: It's past the peak of summer and the southwest monsoon has picked up pace after a sluggish start, but the city is staring at a drinking water crisis more alarming than any it has faced in more than an a decade. For the first time, the ...
 Times of India1 day ago
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