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User: iihs_blore Topic: iihs_feeds_v3
Category: All-Channels :: WaterBodies
Last updated: May 20 2019 02:07 IST RSS 2.0
 
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10 fall ill after drinking contaminated water in Kosigi 2.1.2021 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
The villagers said that panchayat employees have not maintained the tanks properly and hygiene and cleanliness went for a toss
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Bornadi languishing due to neglect of BTC, State govt 22.12.2020 The Assam Tribune
Bornadi languishing due to neglect of BTC, State govt
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News Capsule 19.12.2020 The Shillong Times
Distribution West Jaintia Hills Deputy Superintendant of Police (Crime branch), Crescency W Lyngdoh, along with other personnel, distributed blankets to people identified by the Dorbar Shnong of Mootyrchiah village on Thursday evening. The headman and secretary of the Dorbar Shnong were also present on the occasion. Closure Pine Mount School will be closed from December ...
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India's biggest natural sewage treatment plant coming up in Tirupati 18.12.2020 deccanchronicle.com
It is the biggest in the country after the 3 MLD natural STP in Delhi
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Government agencies, ULBs caused disappearance of water ponds in AP 12.12.2020 deccanchronicle.com
The water bodies especially in and around urban areas are facing a threat from rapid urbanisation without adequate attention to ecology
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Cyclone Nivar rips apart villages in Andhra Pradesh 27.11.2020 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
Traffic on the National Highway No 16 that connects Chennai and Kolkata was affected, and vehicles were stranded for over eight km
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Quami Ekta Week observed in Imphal 24.11.2020 The Assam Tribune
Quami Ekta Week observed in Imphal
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KHADC to revamp fishery infrastructure 9.11.2020 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council (KHADC) Executive Member (EM) in charge of Fisheries, Mitchell Wankhar, has come up with a number of measures to revamp the infrastructure of fish ponds at Lai Lad in Ri Bhoi. Stating that the inspection was fruitful, Wankhar told The Shillong Times that the department will set up staff ...
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Giant freshwater prawn seeds distributed among Rangjuli farmers 29.10.2020 The Assam Tribune
Giant freshwater prawn seeds distributed among Rangjuli farmers
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Rampant encroachment of lakes led to Hyderabad deluge: GSI 28.10.2020 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
Experts say it has become easier to encroach land in lakes and then apply for regularisation
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Hyderabad rains aftermath: 53 lakes damaged, others may breach too 22.10.2020 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
The threat of breach of any or all water bodies is not ruled out if the city receives further rainfall.
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Rain fury in Telangana: At least 50 people dead, Rs 5K crore lost 16.10.2020 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
The city and other affected parts started limping towards normalcy.
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Central Hyderabad bears the brunt of unprecedented rainfall 15.10.2020 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
Hussain Sagar lake reached its full tank level (FTL), with the surplus water flooding Padma Colony, and other areas
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Pauskar promises tap water to every household by 2021 9.10.2020 The Navhind Times

Vasco: The state government has made an estimate of Rs 50 crore to provide clean tap water to every household in the state under the centrally sponsored scheme ‘Jal Shakti Abhiyan’ which is restructured and subsumed into Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) of the National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP), PWD Minister Deepak Pauskar informed on […]

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Five SWKH villages face water crisis, locals depend on rainwater 30.9.2020 The Shillong Times
MAWKYRWAT: At a time when the state witnessed incessant downpour, five villages in South West Khasi Hills are being subjected to water crises since past few months Albeit water taps have been provided, the locals from the villages – Manad, Pynden Lyngdoh, Mawbidong, Lummawbah and Pynden Sohlang villages in Riwar Sepngi area – have been […]
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CM announces Rs 6.4 cr for better water supply in Mawlai 9.9.2020 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Tuesday sanctioned Rs 6.4 crore for the renovation of old pipelines and feeder lines in Mawlai constituency. The funding for the first phase of work will be met through the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), a centrally-sponsored scheme for urban development. Meeting PHE officials and other stakeholders in the […]
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Training on prevention of malaria 22.8.2020 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: In its bid to eradicate malaria from the country by 2030, the National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP), Baghmara, organised a training programme for ASHAs on ‘Malaria and other Vector-Borne diseases’ at Siju Primary Health Centre on Thursday. Last month, Siju area had reported the high spike of malaria cases. Interacting with the […]
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Heavy rains batter Telangana: Several villages submerged, flood alert sounded 17.8.2020 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
Two woman, one about 80 years old and her 50-year-old daughter died after their house in Nagarkurnool district collapsed
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India-China fail to achieve breakthrough in Pangong Tso disengagement talks 5.8.2020 deccanchronicle.com
Indications are that China has shown reluctance to move out of the finger areas in the Pangong Tso
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Good rains boost water levels in Telangana reservoirs 25.7.2020 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed
Water being released for agriculture purposes from Medigadda, Sundilla, Annaram barrages
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