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About 12 results for "nagarjuna sagar dam"

Jagan to Fast Against Telangana Water Projects

HYDERABAD: As the exodus of MLAs from his party to the ruling TDP continues unabatedly, YSRC chief Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy seems to have decided to undertake a series of agitations on issues relating to people so as to keep his flock together and also ... New Indian Express, 22 hours ago
Times of India

Water crisis hits Machilipatnam Kalmkart art...

MACHILIPATNAM: The takes a heavy toll on the Machilipatnam Kalamkari craft made at Pedana in Krishna district during the summers in the last few years. A few hundreds of craftsmen in Machilipatnam, Pedana and Guduru in the district keep this dying ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Hyderabad stares at water crisis as reservoirs dry up 1st time in 30 yrs

Hyderabad is facing a major water supply crisis, with all four reservoirs supplying water to the city drying up for the first time in 30 years. The water level in the only two existing reservoirs is also falling steadily. A second consecutive ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Water level in India's 91 reservoirs falls to less than 23% of total capacity  Economic Times2 weeks ago Water dips to alarming levels in many parts of India, no water in three reservoirs in Maharashtra  Economic Times3 weeks ago

Poor monsoons, coupled with dry reservoirs and heatwave have hit farmers hard

PUNE | NEW DELHI | KOCHI | KOLKATA: Farmers in Kasegaon, a village in south Maharashtra, have been spending Rs 20 crore every month to make sure their grape orchards get enough water — without irrigation, the crop would shrivel up and die. But they're ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

How country's drastic water economics have hit the rural India hard

gaon, a village in south Maharashtra, have been spending Rs 20 crore every month to make sure their grape orchards get enough water — without irrigation, the crop would shrivel up and die. But they're luckier than some of their counterparts ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Drought may hit crop output across South India

Drought in southern states has affected the cultivation of major commodities like rice, cotton and spices. Production of these commodities is likely to come down sharply if the absence of summer rains prevails, experts said. The effect of drought ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
Times of India

100-million-year relic struggles to survive

Pune: Nearly 100 million years ago, the Indian subcontinent broke away from Gondwanaland and began its journey northwards until it collided with the Asian landmass. This geological event help major consequences for all animals and plants living on ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

China demand may push chilli prices up

KOCHI: Chill prices have increased almost 50% over the past one year to Rs 125 per kg due to 20-30% decline in output in Andhra Pradesh, the principal producer of the commodity in the country, owing to inadequate rainfall. Traders said that the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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