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Bisalpur: Parched pipeline ‘pours water’ on D- preps 13.10.2017 DNA: Wide Angle
Bisalpur water supply was disrupted in the city on Thursday due to maintenance work on the pipeline. The disruption in water supply from Bisalpur hit the preparations for Diwali. As it is the time for cleaning of houses the absence of water affected the city people. To face the issue people had to arrange private tankers of water. Pumping was stopped on Thursday to repair a fault on the high tension line, according to the public health engineering department. It is noteworthy that main pipeline of Bisalpur water had leakage in the Manjhi Renwal area. This leakage was around 10 feet deep on the ground. To repair this leakage, the supply of water from the Bisalpur was disrupted and as a result, half of the city household suffered due to it. The repair work of pipeline was started by LNT employees on Wednesday. Due to pipeline repairs work, the water supply was stopped on Thursday during morning and evening. The areas which suffered were Walled City, Nirman Nagar, Vaishali Nagar, Malviya Nagar, Chitrakoot, ...
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Coimbatore Corporation to revise water user charges 12.10.2017 Hindu: Cities
Civic body invites suggestions/opinion from people to revise water charges
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BRIEF-RPP Infra Projects gets order from Tamilnadu Water Supply & Drainage Board 11.10.2017 Sify Finance
Oct 11 (Reuters) - RPP Infra Projects Ltd
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Councillors come to blows at meeting on land for garbage unit 10.10.2017 deccanherald.com
The members of the city municipal council sparred over securing land for setting up a garbage processing plant for Kolar, at the meeting held on Monday. JD(S) member Mubarak, who raised the issue at the beginning of the meeting, said that Kolar was one of the two local bodies in the state which were facing the problem with a suitable location for setting up garbage processing plant. He said that a delegation of all councillors be taken to the deputy commissioner seeking site. Other councillors - Narayanaswamy, Narayanamma, Nawaz and others joined the issue and urged municipal president Mahalakshmi to come to the deputy commissioner's office. However, Prasadbabu, Salauddin Babu of the ruling Congress, C Somashekhar and Manju of Varthur Prakash faction, took objection to the proposal. "The deputy commissioner is very much in the city. Let us first discuss the issues listed on the agenda. It is not right to cut short the meeting. Let us invite deputy commissioner to the meeting," they said. Prasadbabu said ...
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OPS inspects combined drinking water project 10.10.2017 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
When implemented, it will benefit 1.5 lakh people in Theni Allinagaram Municipality
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90% of rural houses to get piped water by 2022: President Ram Nath Kovind 10.10.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
The President said access to water was a byword for human dignity
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MDAVO condemns Government's decision to commission Mapithel dam 10.10.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
MDAVO condemns Government's decision to commission Mapithel dam
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As flats without Cauvery water go unsold, BDA assures supply 9.10.2017 Deccan Herald - City
The Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) could sell only 400 flats in the first two months after it introduced the "across the table" concept. Lack of basic facilities, including Cauvery water, is said to be the main reason for the poor response. The authority has 2,705 flats at various locations. Prospective buyers who visited the apartment complexes ask why BDA does not provide Cauvery water. "One can understand private apartment complexes not providing Cauvery water, but a state agency should have got the connection,'' said Tushar K, who decided not to buy the flat after learning that there was no Cauvery water supply. BDA officials, however, say Cauvery pipelines are being laid. "There is no water crisis in the flats as all apartment complexes have borewells. Each apartment complex has a provision for Cauvery pipelines. The final linking of pipelines is now being completed in a phased manner. We aim to complete all connections by December end," said a BDA official. BDA has so far laid pipelines in ...
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Water project all set to take off 9.10.2017 The Hindu - Tamil Nadu
Puducherry government, French Development Agency sign agreement for providing 24-hour supply
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‘Smart city project aimed at turning Puducherry into global tourism spot’ 9.10.2017 HBL: Home
The Smart City project being implemented in Puducherry with the French government aims at transforming the city into a global tourism destination by leveraging its heritage, cultural, spiritual and e...
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Ryots form human chain seeking water from Wyra 9.10.2017 Hindu: News
Oppose Govt. proposal to maintain water level for Mission Bhagiratha
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New water scheme for Tambaram planned 9.10.2017 Hindu: Cities
Ten more borewells and six wells to be dug in Palar
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T.N. gets basic grant for local bodies without holding elections 8.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Tamil Nadu has not held elections to local bodies but this has not come in the way of the Centre sanctioning nearly ₹1,390 crore towards the basic grant for the local bodies.Normally, the grant is gi...
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DC visits ACA Stadium 7.10.2017 The Assam Tribune
DC visits ACA Stadium
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Residents protest, seek road repair 6.10.2017 Hindu: Mangalore
Residents of Bendoorwell, traders and autorickshaw drivers on Thursday staged a protest seeking the repair of a battered stretch of the road between Karavali junction and Bendoorwell junction. The fo...
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Dream Project PMAY(G) of power packed PM at snail’s pace in Rajasthan 5.10.2017 DNA: Top News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of providing every family a ‘pucca house’, full fledged water supply and electricity seems to be just on paper as far as Rajasthan is concerned as the government has clearly failed to achieve the targets set for  2017. The aim of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Gramin was to provide the above-mentioned necessities to the needy at an ‘affordable’ price and to give shelter to each family by 2022, the year when India complete its 75 years of independence. But this dream seems far from reality. The year 2017 will be history in just three months and only five years will be left to the complete the task, which seems quite arduous for the government. Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna Gramin was launched with the aim of providing a roof to all poor and needy. The government every year sets target for the departments concerned. But it seems that the state ministry of rural development has failed to achieve even 20% percent of the target. Downfall of performance in 2 years A letter written ...
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NGT orders joint inspection of canal 5.10.2017 The Hindu - Tamil Nadu
Says report must be submitted to Rivers Restoration Trust
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Crops damaged as Visvesvaraya canal breaches 4.10.2017 Hindu: National
Concrete lining of the canal had developed cracks, say villagers
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HC seeks water supply plan for Sonshi 4.10.2017 Hindu: National
To hear petition on pollution in village next week
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Nabard sanctions ₹273.06 croreunder RIDF 4.10.2017 Hindu: National
The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) has sanctioned ₹166.51 crore under the Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF XXIII) as loan assistance for development of 114 roa...
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