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Rescue operations continue in Uttarakhand 16.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Three days after a cloudburst triggered a flash flood in Uttarakhand's Pithoragarh district, rescue operations are still underway, officials said on Wednesday.
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Hydel storage inches above last year’s mark 10.8.2017 Hindu: National
Rain in Western Ghats in the last 15 days has risen water level at the Linganamakki, Supa, and Mani reservoirs
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Mhadei case: K’taka’s witness agrees to overestimation 14.7.2017 TOI: Goa
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Curb sewage flow into Ganga tributary: NGT 1.7.2017 Hindu: Home
Treatment plants for 26 drains
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Heavy rain in parts of Uttara Kannada 20.6.2017 deccanherald.com
Gokarna, Karwar and Siddapur in Uttara Kannada district received heavy rain on Tuesday morning. In the last 24 hours till 8.30 am, the district received a total of 60.7 mm of rainfall. The average rainfall stood at 5.5 mm. The details of rainfall in different places of the district are as follows: Ankola - 4.2 mm, Bhatkal -1.8 mm, Honnavar -16 mm, Karwar - 11.4 mm, Kumta - 1.6 mm, Siddapur - 18.2 mm, Sirsi - 4.5 mm, Joida - 2.6 mm and Yellapuar - 0.4 mm. The water level at Supa reservoir stood at 530.08 metres against the maximum of 564 metres. The inflow was 313 cusecs while the outflow was 795 cusecs. Heavy rain pounded KR Nagar town and surrounding villages in Mysuru district for more than two hours on Tuesday. The weather in the town was cloudy since morning and the skies opened up around 1 pm and poured till 3 pm. The roads of the town were waterlogged, causing inconvenience to residents. Mysuru city also remained cloudy since morning and parts of the city received light showers in the afternoon. At ...
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Heavy showers lash parts of Karnataka 18.6.2017 Deccan Herald - State
Rain continued to lash several parts of the state on Sunday. Parts of Bagalkot district received heavy rainfall. Farmers of Mudhol were overjoyed by the rain which lasted 45 minutes. They are now ready to begin agricultural activities. Heavy showers, accompanied by lightning, lashed parts of Badami taluk in Bagalkot district. Kulageri Cross, Khanapur, Haganur, Govanakoppa, Vadavatti, Somanakoppa, Narsapur, Belavalakoppa, Kalasa and other villages witnessed heavy rain. Water overflowed from Deshi Halla, where a bridge is being constructed, inundating fields, buildings and roads. Rain took a break in Uttara Kannada district. Karwar received light rain for a while. The inflow of water into Supa dam was 505 cusecs. Ballari city and its surroundings witnessed gusty winds and moderate rainfall. Water from drains overflowed onto the streets. The railway underbridge near the district stadium was covered under three to four feet of rainwater. Commuters had to struggle to navigate through the ...
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Monsoon gains steam in Malnad, coastal districts 16.6.2017 Deccan Herald - State
Several parts of the state received good rain on Friday. There was widespread rain in Shivamogga with Hosanagar, Thirthahalli, Sagar and Bhadravathi receiving heavy showers for the whole day, though intermittently. Several roads in Shivamogga were waterlogged affecting movement of vehicles and pedestrians. Shikaripur and Sorab received moderate to heavy rain for a short period. Monsoon intensified in Uttara Kannada district with Karwar, Honnavar and Kumta receiving rain throughout the day. There were reports of moderate rain in Bhatkal, Honnavar, Yallapur, Sirsi and Siddapur. The district recorded 413.6 mm of rainfall in the 24 hours ending at Friday 8.30 am. Honnavar recorded 78.6 mm of rain followed by Ankola (70.4 mm) while Karwar received 58.8. mm of rain. The inflow into Supa reservoir stood at 1,768 cusecs. The dam had water up to 530.15 metres against the full level of 564 metres. Hubballi received intermittent rainfall in the day while there was drizzling in the evening. It rained for the whole ...
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The bridge to a better life 12.6.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
We could not afford to fall ill during the monsoons until the bridge was built," recalls Gopal Bhat of Shivapura village in Uttara Kannada. The district has many such villages that are surrounded by rivers or backwaters and thus cut-off from the mainland. For example, though Shivapura is in Joida taluk, reaching the taluk centre was difficult for the villagers as one had to cover a distance of 40 km on non-motorable roads crossing hills and forests in the Kali Tiger Reserve. While Yellapur town is just 20 km away with good road connectivity, the backwaters of Kodsalli Dam blocked the access throughout the year. Barge was the only means of transport and people always lived in a state of readiness to manage the situations. Circumstances have changed for the better after a suspension footbridge (SFB) was constructed across the backwaters two years ago. Shivapura Bridge has not only connected two taluks, but also improved the lives of people and boosted tourism in the region. "Shivapura has become a tourist ...
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‘Kali Kayak Festival’ from tomorrow 1.6.2017 Hindu: Cities
Over 125 persons to participate in white water kayaking on Kali river
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RTPS production plummets, sets off alarm bells in Karnataka 8.5.2017 TOI: All Headlines
RTPS production plummets, sets off alarm bells in Karnataka
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Consecutive Krishi Karman Award is due to Maa Narmada’s blessings : Chouhan 1.5.2017 Central Chronicle » Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has given credit for progress in agriculture sector... more »
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Landslide near border village changes Kali river's course 19.10.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Landslide near border village changes Kali river's course
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Rain in Kodagu, Uttara Kannada dists 7.9.2016 deccanherald.com
Kodagu district received an average of 6.65 mm rainfall in the last 24 hours.

Madikeri taluk received the highest of 12.5 mm rainfall followed by Somwarpet taluk — 3.88 mm and Virajpet taluk — 3.57 mm.

Dakshina Kannada district did not receive rainfall. Meanwhile, some taluks in Uttara Kannada district, including Karwar and Honnavar, received good rain on Wednesday. Yallapur received rain for sometime in the aftertoon.

The water level at Supa reservoir stood at 544.76 metres as against the maximumn level of 564 metres. The inflow of water was 1,681 cusecs. Moderate rain lashed some parts of Shivamogga district on Wednesday.

Shivamogga, Bhadravathi, Hosanagar and Thirthahalli received rain in the morning for a while. Water level in Linganamakki dam rose to 1,794.30 foot against the maximum level of 1,819 feet.
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Fluoride contamination hits model village Balitara 22.8.2016 The Assam Tribune
Fluoride contamination hits model village Balitara
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One last time: Water train makes 111th trip to Latur 10.8.2016 TOI: All Headlines
One last time: Water train makes 111th trip to Latur
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Conservation efforts pay off, Latur gets water through taps 2.8.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Conservation efforts pay off, Latur gets water through taps
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20km from Kaiga power plant, but Haruru is in darkness 29.7.2016 Hubli - City - The Times of India
No Connectivity, But Youth Flaunt Mobile Phones
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Heavy rains lash U-K district 5.7.2016 deccanherald.com
Heavy rains lashed Uttara Kannada district affecting movement of National Highway-66 for a while. Bhatkal, Kumta, Ankola, Karwar, Sirsi, Siddapur received rains since morning. With heavy rains in catchment areas, the inflow into Supa reservoir increased to 13,178 cusecs. The dam has 527.55 metres of water against the maximum of 564 meter. The executive engineer of Kali Hydel Project has warned people living on the river bank. In the last 24 hours, Uttara Kannada district has received 877.4 mm of rain. A hillock by the side ofNH-66 near Ramatheertha turn in Honnavar taluk caved in, affecting movement of vehicles. Belagavi and Khanapur taluks continued to receive intermittent showers on Tuesday. Villages on the western side of both Belagavi and Khanapur taluks received heavy downpour. Though the coastal districts of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi did not receive heavy rains, the Dakshina Kannada district recorded 81.6 mm of rains on Tuesday. While Belthangady received a maximum of 112.4 mm rains throughout the ...
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Reservoir levels in Karnataka rise after incessant downpour 30.6.2016 The New Indian Express - Karnataka - http://newindianexpress.com/states/karnataka/
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Heavy rains raise water levels in Karnataka dams 29.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
Incessant rains since Sunday have raised water levels in dams and reservoirs across Karnataka, an official said on Wednesday.
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