Water Level In Reservoirs

'Water Level In Reservoirs' - 45 News Result(s)

  • Drought Reveals Lost Temple In Thailand Submerged By Dam 20 Years Ago
    World News | Reuters | Tuesday August 6, 2019
    Thousands are flocking to see a Buddhist temple in central Thailand exposed after drought drove water levels to record lows in a dam reservoir where it had been submerged.
  • Water Crisis In Chennai, Desperate Locals Pay Double For Private Supply: 10 Points
    Chennai News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Wednesday June 19, 2019
    Chennai is facing an acute water crisis after its four reservoirs - that are the main sources for drinking water in the city - have turned dry and ground water levels have plummeted due to scanty rain. Authorities in the Tamil Nadu capital have piped water supply by 40 per cent. The shortage of water has hit IT companies, five-star hotels and high-...
  • K Palaniswami Says Steps Underway For Drinking Water Supply To Chennai
    Tamil Nadu News | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday June 18, 2019
    With reservoirs supplying water to Chennai drying up and ground water levels plummeting in absence of rain, water has become scarce but the government is taking necessary steps to supply drinking water to people, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami said on Tuesday.
  • Only 17% Water Left In Nashik Dams, Say Officials
    Cities | Press Trust of India | Tuesday May 7, 2019
    Reservoirs in Maharashtra's Nashik district have only 17 per cent water stock of their total storage capacity as of now, almost nine per cent less compared to last year, officials said on Tuesday.
  • New Technology Will Assess Water Level Rise In Rivers By Rain: IMD
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday November 23, 2018
    A new technology has been developed to assess the rise of water level in rivers and reservoirs by rain and can help state governments to minutely monitor the impact of rainfall, IMD chief K J Ramesh said, in the aftermath of the deadliest deluge in Kerala. The technology, 'Impact Based Forecasting Approach', which shows "pre-event scenario" can hel...
  • It Was Mullaperiyar: In Top Court, Kerala Blames Tamil Nadu For Floods
    India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Friday August 24, 2018
    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...
  • As Water Level Rises, Mullaperiyar Dam In Kerala To Be Opened
    Kerala News | Press Trust of India | Thursday August 16, 2018
    Rain-hit Idduki district in Kerala is bracing for surplussing of Mullaperiyar Dam as officials issued an alert for people living on the Periyar River banks with the water level in the reservoir crossing the 137 feet mark against its maximum of 142 feet today.
  • 37 Dead, 31,000 In Relief Camps; Kerala On High Alert For Heavy Rain
    Kerala News | Reuters | Sunday August 12, 2018
    More than half of the 14 districts in Kerala have been put on high alert, officials said on Saturday, as the death toll from one of the worst floods in the southern state reached 34.
  • Kerala Rain LIVE Updates: Number Of Dead Increases To 37
    Kerala News | Edited by S Shobana | Saturday August 11, 2018
    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.
  • As Idukki Reservoir Swells, Gates Are Opened For 3rd Time In Its History
    Kerala News | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday August 10, 2018
    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
    Kerala News | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Shylaja Varma | Friday August 10, 2018
    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
    Kerala News | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Friday August 10, 2018
    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 ...
  • "Monsoon Has Been Good, Tamil Nadu To Get Cauvery Water": HD Kumaraswamy
    Karnataka News | Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Saturday June 16, 2018
    As Karnataka has received generous rainfall in the last few days and water levels in its reservoirs have soared, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy said he is happy to release Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu, which is expected to get 20,000 cusecs from Kabini dam in Mysuru. He also promised to give Tamil Nadu's share of 10 TMC in June as per the Cauve...
  • As Water Levels Dip, Gujarat To Organise '<i>Yagna</i>' For Good Monsoons
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday May 25, 2018
    As water levels in reservoirs across Gujarat are dipping rapidly, the state government has decided not to take any chances with the vagaries of monsoon. The Gujarat government is going to organise 'Parjanya Yagna', which, it believes, will ensure good rains.
  • Water Level In India's 91 Big Reservoirs Falls 15%, Shows Data
    India News | Reported by Himanshu Shekhar Mishra, Edited by Subrat Nanda | Monday May 7, 2018
    The water storage level in India's 91 big reservoirs is 15 per cent less than what it was around this time last year, according to the latest data released by the Central Water Commission (CWC)

'Water Level In Reservoirs' - 45 News Result(s)

  • Drought Reveals Lost Temple In Thailand Submerged By Dam 20 Years Ago
    World News | Reuters | Tuesday August 6, 2019
    Thousands are flocking to see a Buddhist temple in central Thailand exposed after drought drove water levels to record lows in a dam reservoir where it had been submerged.
  • Water Crisis In Chennai, Desperate Locals Pay Double For Private Supply: 10 Points
    Chennai News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Wednesday June 19, 2019
    Chennai is facing an acute water crisis after its four reservoirs - that are the main sources for drinking water in the city - have turned dry and ground water levels have plummeted due to scanty rain. Authorities in the Tamil Nadu capital have piped water supply by 40 per cent. The shortage of water has hit IT companies, five-star hotels and high-...
  • K Palaniswami Says Steps Underway For Drinking Water Supply To Chennai
    Tamil Nadu News | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday June 18, 2019
    With reservoirs supplying water to Chennai drying up and ground water levels plummeting in absence of rain, water has become scarce but the government is taking necessary steps to supply drinking water to people, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami said on Tuesday.
  • Only 17% Water Left In Nashik Dams, Say Officials
    Cities | Press Trust of India | Tuesday May 7, 2019
    Reservoirs in Maharashtra's Nashik district have only 17 per cent water stock of their total storage capacity as of now, almost nine per cent less compared to last year, officials said on Tuesday.
  • New Technology Will Assess Water Level Rise In Rivers By Rain: IMD
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday November 23, 2018
    A new technology has been developed to assess the rise of water level in rivers and reservoirs by rain and can help state governments to minutely monitor the impact of rainfall, IMD chief K J Ramesh said, in the aftermath of the deadliest deluge in Kerala. The technology, 'Impact Based Forecasting Approach', which shows "pre-event scenario" can hel...
  • It Was Mullaperiyar: In Top Court, Kerala Blames Tamil Nadu For Floods
    India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Friday August 24, 2018
    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...
  • As Water Level Rises, Mullaperiyar Dam In Kerala To Be Opened
    Kerala News | Press Trust of India | Thursday August 16, 2018
    Rain-hit Idduki district in Kerala is bracing for surplussing of Mullaperiyar Dam as officials issued an alert for people living on the Periyar River banks with the water level in the reservoir crossing the 137 feet mark against its maximum of 142 feet today.
  • 37 Dead, 31,000 In Relief Camps; Kerala On High Alert For Heavy Rain
    Kerala News | Reuters | Sunday August 12, 2018
    More than half of the 14 districts in Kerala have been put on high alert, officials said on Saturday, as the death toll from one of the worst floods in the southern state reached 34.
  • Kerala Rain LIVE Updates: Number Of Dead Increases To 37
    Kerala News | Edited by S Shobana | Saturday August 11, 2018
    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.
  • As Idukki Reservoir Swells, Gates Are Opened For 3rd Time In Its History
    Kerala News | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday August 10, 2018
    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
    Kerala News | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Shylaja Varma | Friday August 10, 2018
    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
    Kerala News | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Friday August 10, 2018
    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 ...
  • "Monsoon Has Been Good, Tamil Nadu To Get Cauvery Water": HD Kumaraswamy
    Karnataka News | Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Saturday June 16, 2018
    As Karnataka has received generous rainfall in the last few days and water levels in its reservoirs have soared, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy said he is happy to release Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu, which is expected to get 20,000 cusecs from Kabini dam in Mysuru. He also promised to give Tamil Nadu's share of 10 TMC in June as per the Cauve...
  • As Water Levels Dip, Gujarat To Organise '<i>Yagna</i>' For Good Monsoons
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday May 25, 2018
    As water levels in reservoirs across Gujarat are dipping rapidly, the state government has decided not to take any chances with the vagaries of monsoon. The Gujarat government is going to organise 'Parjanya Yagna', which, it believes, will ensure good rains.
  • Water Level In India's 91 Big Reservoirs Falls 15%, Shows Data
    India News | Reported by Himanshu Shekhar Mishra, Edited by Subrat Nanda | Monday May 7, 2018
    The water storage level in India's 91 big reservoirs is 15 per cent less than what it was around this time last year, according to the latest data released by the Central Water Commission (CWC)
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