Idukki Reservoir


'Idukki Reservoir' - 9 News Result(s)

  • It Was Mullaperiyar: In Top Court, Kerala Blames Tamil Nadu For Floods

    It Was Mullaperiyar: In Top Court, Kerala Blames Tamil Nadu For Floods

    Sudden release of excess waters from Mullaperiyar dam by Tamil Nadu was one of the reasons why the floods happened, Kerala has told Supreme Court today. The release caused an overload in the Idukki reservoir downstream and water had to be released, Kerala said in an affidavit in the Supreme Court, filed in response to a petition that wanted to redu...

  • How A Dog Saved A Kerala Family From Devastating Landslide

    How A Dog Saved A Kerala Family From Devastating Landslide

    The raging water from the Idukki reservoir in Kerala has left behind a trail of destruction along its path. On Thursday, Mohanan P and his family were fast asleep in their home in Kanjikuzhy village in Idukki district. At around 3 am, he woke up to the sound of his dog barking, usual for that hour.

  • Kerala Floods: Number Of Deaths Rises To 29, Army Rescues 54 Tourists

    Kerala Floods: Number Of Deaths Rises To 29, Army Rescues 54 Tourists

    When it rains, it pours; and Kerala is experiencing it. Dams, reservoirs and rivers have overflowed, roads have caved in, sections of highways collapsed, and homes swept away in ferocious floods. People are homeless, tourists are stranded, and wildlife is in danger as more than half of Kerala is dealing with severe flooding due to the unforgiving r...

  • Kerala Rain LIVE Updates: Number Of Dead Increases To 37

    Kerala Rain LIVE Updates: Number Of Dead Increases To 37

    So far, 29 people have been killed in Kerala as heavy rain and landslides hit the state since Wednesday. The situation came to a head after the shutters of one of the dams of the Idukki reservoir had to be opened to control the rising water level because of incessant rain. One of the dams in the reservoir were opened for the first time in 26 years.

  • Why Kerala Opened All 5 Gates Of Idukki Reservoir For The First Time

    Why Kerala Opened All 5 Gates Of Idukki Reservoir For The First Time

    The Idukki dam, which is one of Asia's largest arch dams, is part of the three dams of Idukki reservoir. This is the third time in history that gates of Idukki reservoir have been opened.

  • As Idukki Reservoir Swells, Gates Are Opened For 3rd Time In Its History

    As Idukki Reservoir Swells, Gates Are Opened For 3rd Time In Its History

    More gates of the Idukki reservoir in Kerala were opened today because of incessant rain, which has taken 26 lives. The shutters of the Cheruthoni dam - which is one of the dams in the reservoir - were opened for the first time in 26 years yesterday, with the water levels in the reservoir dangerously close to full capacity.

  • Non-Stop Rain In Kerala, All 5 Gates Of Idukki Reservoir Opened: 10 Facts

    Non-Stop Rain In Kerala, All 5 Gates Of Idukki Reservoir Opened: 10 Facts

    All the five gates of one of the dams of the Idukki water reservoir in Kerala have been opened to control the swelling water which is nearing the full capacity because of the incessant rain. 29 people have been killed in the state, battered by rain and landslides. Over 15,600 have been evacuated from affected areas and around 500 relief camps have ...

  • Heavy Rain Kills 26 In Kerala, Red Alert For Idukki Dam: 10 Points

    Heavy Rain Kills 26 In Kerala, Red Alert For Idukki Dam: 10 Points

    As water levels continue to rise in rivers and reservoirs of Kerala, a third red alert has been issued for Idukki reservoir and the shutter of one of the dams will be opened again today to maintain the water level. Four naval teams and a Sea King helicopter have been sent to Wayanad to evacuate stranded people. Army has deployed over 200 personnel ...

  • 22 Dead As Rain Pounds Kerala, Red Alert Sounded For Idukki Reservoir

    22 Dead As Rain Pounds Kerala, Red Alert Sounded For Idukki Reservoir

    Twenty two people have been killed in Kerala in landslides due to heavy rain across the state. The Kochi airport had suspended all arrivals at the international and domestic terminals for two hours this afternoon fearing flooding of the runway after the gates of the Idukki dam was opened today. All incoming flights had been diverted to other destin...

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  • It Was Mullaperiyar: In Top Court, Kerala Blames Tamil Nadu For Floods

    It Was Mullaperiyar: In Top Court, Kerala Blames Tamil Nadu For Floods

    Sudden release of excess waters from Mullaperiyar dam by Tamil Nadu was one of the reasons why the floods happened, Kerala has told Supreme Court today. The release caused an overload in the Idukki reservoir downstream and water had to be released, Kerala said in an affidavit in the Supreme Court, filed in response to a petition that wanted to redu...

  • How A Dog Saved A Kerala Family From Devastating Landslide

    How A Dog Saved A Kerala Family From Devastating Landslide

    The raging water from the Idukki reservoir in Kerala has left behind a trail of destruction along its path. On Thursday, Mohanan P and his family were fast asleep in their home in Kanjikuzhy village in Idukki district. At around 3 am, he woke up to the sound of his dog barking, usual for that hour.

  • Kerala Floods: Number Of Deaths Rises To 29, Army Rescues 54 Tourists

    Kerala Floods: Number Of Deaths Rises To 29, Army Rescues 54 Tourists

    When it rains, it pours; and Kerala is experiencing it. Dams, reservoirs and rivers have overflowed, roads have caved in, sections of highways collapsed, and homes swept away in ferocious floods. People are homeless, tourists are stranded, and wildlife is in danger as more than half of Kerala is dealing with severe flooding due to the unforgiving r...

  • Kerala Rain LIVE Updates: Number Of Dead Increases To 37

    Kerala Rain LIVE Updates: Number Of Dead Increases To 37

    So far, 29 people have been killed in Kerala as heavy rain and landslides hit the state since Wednesday. The situation came to a head after the shutters of one of the dams of the Idukki reservoir had to be opened to control the rising water level because of incessant rain. One of the dams in the reservoir were opened for the first time in 26 years.

  • Why Kerala Opened All 5 Gates Of Idukki Reservoir For The First Time

    Why Kerala Opened All 5 Gates Of Idukki Reservoir For The First Time

    The Idukki dam, which is one of Asia's largest arch dams, is part of the three dams of Idukki reservoir. This is the third time in history that gates of Idukki reservoir have been opened.

  • As Idukki Reservoir Swells, Gates Are Opened For 3rd Time In Its History

    As Idukki Reservoir Swells, Gates Are Opened For 3rd Time In Its History

    More gates of the Idukki reservoir in Kerala were opened today because of incessant rain, which has taken 26 lives. The shutters of the Cheruthoni dam - which is one of the dams in the reservoir - were opened for the first time in 26 years yesterday, with the water levels in the reservoir dangerously close to full capacity.

  • Non-Stop Rain In Kerala, All 5 Gates Of Idukki Reservoir Opened: 10 Facts

    Non-Stop Rain In Kerala, All 5 Gates Of Idukki Reservoir Opened: 10 Facts

    All the five gates of one of the dams of the Idukki water reservoir in Kerala have been opened to control the swelling water which is nearing the full capacity because of the incessant rain. 29 people have been killed in the state, battered by rain and landslides. Over 15,600 have been evacuated from affected areas and around 500 relief camps have ...

  • Heavy Rain Kills 26 In Kerala, Red Alert For Idukki Dam: 10 Points

    Heavy Rain Kills 26 In Kerala, Red Alert For Idukki Dam: 10 Points

    As water levels continue to rise in rivers and reservoirs of Kerala, a third red alert has been issued for Idukki reservoir and the shutter of one of the dams will be opened again today to maintain the water level. Four naval teams and a Sea King helicopter have been sent to Wayanad to evacuate stranded people. Army has deployed over 200 personnel ...

  • 22 Dead As Rain Pounds Kerala, Red Alert Sounded For Idukki Reservoir

    22 Dead As Rain Pounds Kerala, Red Alert Sounded For Idukki Reservoir

    Twenty two people have been killed in Kerala in landslides due to heavy rain across the state. The Kochi airport had suspended all arrivals at the international and domestic terminals for two hours this afternoon fearing flooding of the runway after the gates of the Idukki dam was opened today. All incoming flights had been diverted to other destin...

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