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Did Koyna quake set trend of opposing hydro projects? (December 11 is the 50th anniversary of the Koyna quake) 10.12.2017 All News-IANS Stories
December 11 is the 50th anniversary of the Koyna earthquake. The tremor claimed 199 lives and caused minor damage to the Koyna dam in Maharashtra and some houses in its vicinity -- but it is an event that affected science, society and engineering. Till the Koyna earthquake, peninsular India was considered quake-free and most big civil engineering projects were constructed under this assumption.
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Record water discharge from Almatti dam 21.9.2017 deccanherald.com
A total of 90,000 cusecs of water was released from the Almatti reservoir on Thursday, a first for this year. Fifteen out of the total 26 gates were opened to let the water out to River Krishna. Of the total amount of water discharged, 45,000 cusecs flowed out through the hydel power station of the dam, generating 290 MW. The Almatti dam has reached the maximum level of 519.6 metres with 123 tmc ft of storage. The inflow has been high due to heavy discharge from dams in Maharashtra and good showers in the Krishna basin of the state. A total of 18,764 cusecs has been released from Koyna dam in Maharashtra. The inflow to the river through Rajapur barrage is 79,470 cusecs. Release of more water depends on the amount of inflow as rain has receded in Maharashtra, reservoir sources said. Six low-lying bridges in Chikkodi taluk, Belagavi district, have been submerged. The Shinglapur bridge on the outskirts of Gokak town was also submerged due to the increase in inflow to River Ghataprabha, due to heavy rain in ...
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Rains paralyse Mumbai, airport operations badly affected 20.9.2017 Deccan Herald - National
Heavy spells of intermittent rains accompanied by strong winds completely threw the normal life of Mumbai and its suburbs completely out of gear on Wednesday. However, weathermen had made it clear that there was no cyclone over the Mumbai Metropolitan Region or Maharashtra. The flight operations at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai continued to be affected because of various issues like heavy downpour, poor visibility conditions and one SpiceJet aircraft skidding and overshooting the main runway and getting stuck into the mid. There were 183 persons including crew members on board, however, all were safe. The main runway is expected to return to normalcy late Wednesday. As many as 120 flights were cancelled and more than 50 were diverted to other airports during the day. "The NOTAM (notice to airmen) for the closure of the main runway has been extended till 0600 hrs Thursday," an official of Mumbai International Airport Ltd said. This is the biggest disruption at the Mumbai airport ...
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Heavy rains lash Mumbai, Konkan coast 19.9.2017 deccanherald.com
Heavy rains accompanied by strong winds, lightning and thunder-battered Mumbai and its suburbs on Tuesday. However, there were no reports of any major disruption of road and rail traffic in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) covering Mumbai and parts of Thane, Palghar and Raigad districts. There were, however, incidents of traffic snarls in the evening peak hours. Trains of Central Railway reported delays of five to 10 mins while Western Railway was on time but there was an incident between Vile Parle and Santacruz when some branches of trees snapped with an OHE of a local train. The coastal Konkan districts of Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg and Western Maharashtra districts of Kolhapur and Satara too received heavy rains. The water stock at the Koyna and Radhanagri dams had shown increase in the wake of the heavy downpour in the last two days. According to the IMD's Mumbai-based Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC), monsoon was active over the region and the wet spell would continue on Wednesday. Most ...
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Mild tremors get locals buzzing on social media 5.6.2017 TOI: Goa
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Mild tremors felt in Dharwad, Belagavi 4.6.2017 deccanherald.com
Mild tremors were experienced in Hubballi and Dharwad around Saturday midnight.

People residing in apartments and multi-storey buildings said they felt tremors for more than five seconds around 11:45 pm on Saturday.

When they realised that it was an earthquake, many people ran out of their houses. Strong tremors were felt in various localities in Dharwad. But, there was no damage anywhere.

Officials stated that an earthquake of a magnitude of 4.8 on the Richter scale occurred at a depth of 10 kms with Koyna Dam in Satara district of Maharashtra as the epicenter. But, senior geologists said that there is no authentic report on the magnitude of the earthquake and denied rumours that houses have developed cracks.

Mild tremors were experienced for a few seconds in several parts of Belagavi too.
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Magnitude 4.8 earthquake hits Maharashtra 4.6.2017 TOI: Home
​The epicentre of the earthquake was Koyna area of Satara district in Maharashtra. The tremors were also felt in Sangli and Kolhapur areas of south Maharashtra. No casualties or damage to property was recorded till the report was filed.
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Maharashtra releases Koyna water to crisis-hit Karnataka 21.5.2017 Hindu: Other States
Officials say 0.5 TMC water to be discharged over a 10-day period
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BJP govt in Maharashtra more generous to Karnataka in water release' 6.5.2017 deccanherald.com
Union Minister Ananth Kumar said on Saturday that wherever the BJP was ruling, the government was pro-people. Addressing the executive committee meeting of the state BJP, he said, "Till the Congress was in power in Maharashtra, whenever Bagalkot, Vijayapura and other districts of Karnataka were in distress, it would not oblige the request of Karnataka for release of water from Koyna dam. Even when Maharashtra released water, Karnataka was charged an exorbitant Rs 3 crore per tmc feet. Now, the Devendra Fadnavis government of the BJP in Maharashtra has released 5 tmc feet of water in two instalments, free of cost." BJP general secretary Muralidhar Rao said a Congress-free Karnataka movement would give a big boost to the Congress-free India movement launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said the two main points for discussion at the meeting were achieving 150-plus target in the 2018 Assembly elections and 25-plus target in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Asserting that development agenda alone will ...
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Water being pumped from Almatti backwater into Kolhar Jackwell 5.5.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
Drinking water scarcity will ease in a day or two: Minister
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Media shouldn't sensationalise earthquakes (Comment: Special to IANS) 25.4.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Most educated people are used to sipping tea and reading a newspaper in the morning. If other family members are sitting in the same room, they sometimes exchange news. Disaster-related news is one of the big sources for initiating a discussion. Earthquakes which occur suddenly have a priority over volcanoes, which give some indications of an eruption.
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Water released from Maharashtra reaches rivers in state 12.4.2017 deccanherald.com
Maharashtra on Tuesday commenced release of water from Kalammawadi dam into rivers Vedganga and Doodhganga and from Koyna dam into river Krishna.

Assistant Commissioner Geeta Koulgi said 340 cusecs of water was released from Kalammawadi dam reached River Doodhganga from Sulkud barrage on Tuesday and water inflow on Wednesday was 525 cusecs. The water crossed Karadga barrage on Wednesday. Water is being released into River Vedganga from Chikali barrage.

Water release from Koyna dam too commenced on Tuesday night and the 3074 cusecs of water that was released could reach the state on Thursday from Rajapur barrage, she said.

Maharashtra has been releasing water from Kalammawadi dam into rivers Vedganga and Doodhganga from November last, which has led to barrages in Jatrat, Sidnal, Karadga, Sadalga, Borgaon, Ghosarwad, Malikwad, Examba, and Dattwad in Maharashtra getting filled, say Water Resources department sources.

DHNews Service
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2 tmcft water to K'taka from Koyna dam 5.4.2017 Deccan Herald - State
Maharashtra on Wednesday assured release of 2 tmcft of water from the Koyna reservoir to Krishna river in two days.

On the request from a delegation of Karnataka BJP MPs, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said he would release the water in two days.

The delegation comprising Karnataka MPs Pralhad Joshi, Prabhakar Kore and Suresh Angadi met Fadnavis and explained him the current water crisis in north Karnataka.

"The Maharashtra chief minister agreed to release 2 tmcft of water from the Koyna reservoir in two days. This will help in addressing the drinking water crisis in Belagavi, Vijayapura and Bagalkot districts," Joshi told reporters here.
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From the edge of India’s deepest pit 24.2.2017 Hindu: Science
In Gothane village near Pune, scientists are digging a 5 km hole that will go deep under earth in search of seismic answers
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Karnataka urged to strike deal with Maharashtra on Krishna water 21.2.2017 Hindu: News
Former Minister Laxman Savadi, MLA for Athani, has urged the State government to formulate a joint agreement with Maharashtra on sharing the Krishna river water for drinking purposes, vis-à-vis Mahara...
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Chikkapadasalgi barrage set to supply water for farming, drinking water purposes 2.2.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
With the barrage filled to the brim, Bagina will be offered today
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Maharashtra Tourism supports Presidency Group in introducing Koyana in Mahabaleshwar 17.1.2017 New Kerala: Maharashtra
Maharashtra Tourism supports Presidency Group in introducing Koyana in Mahabaleshwar
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Stunning Satara 10.9.2016 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Planning a holiday during the monsoon may limit your choices, as any outing in the rain involves getting drenched. Nevertheless, this is also the time when reservoirs and dams are full and waterfalls come alive. Satara in Maharashtra, home to several forts and reservoirs, is worth a visit during the rains. Arriving in Satara on a clear afternoon, I checked into a hotel, and soon got to the business of chalking out the excursions. Nestled in the lap of the Sahyadri Ranges, surrounded by seven unique mountains, which gives it the name Satara, the city serves as the convenient base for several beautiful forts and water bodies. On top of the list is of course, the Kaas Plateau, which is regarded as an alternative to the famed Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand. Driving steadily over the hilly roads, I took in the panoramic views of the valley, and arrived at a small shrine set amidst the greenery. The temple of Yawatheshwar is dedicated to Shiva and Kalabhairava. The unique feature here are the twin nandis ...
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Residents return home as river starts receding 10.8.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Residents return home as river starts receding
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Farmers suffer crop loss as Maha releases water 10.8.2016 Mysore - City - The Times of India
Out of 5,100 hectares crops submerged along the Krishna riparian belt of Belagavi district, about 2,000 hectares of non- perennial crops have submerged.
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