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15 November 2010

How dams and irrigation canals killed Kerala s traditional kulams - An Infochange article
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The government is planning to encourage lower usage of water by the urban population, by making them pay more for it
Heavy rains which lashed Davangere district on Sunday night brought disaster to the taluk as many villages in Mayakonda constituency were inundated when water overflew from two major tanks at Kodaganaur and Naraganahalli
A colony of nearly 100 mud houses at G.M. Nagar in the city was flooded because of heavy rain on Tuesday night, leaving cots, mattresses and utensils floating on knee-high water
The Cauvery continued to be in spate on Monday with the Mettur dam recording over 50,000 cubic feet per second (cusecs) inflow
With water level in almost all the major rivers and their tributaries in southern Orissa in spate, Ganjam district faced the threat of flash flood today
Recent heavy rains that battered parts of Karnataka have caused 20 per cent crop loss to the extent of Rs 500 crore, according to preliminary estimates, Minister for Agriculture Umesh Katti said today
The heavy rains that lashed on Thursday night wreaked havoc in several places of Hassan and Chamarajanagar districts
India to release climate change report on Tuesday
India proposes a new emission check system
Call for declaring soil as national resource: Soil Conservation Society of India
Four die as diarrhoea resurfaces in KBK (Kalahandi-Balangir-Koraput) region
Boy dies, 40 ill after drinking polluted water in Mysore
People in Wayanad district in Kerala exposed to water contaminated with endosulphan
Water a more serious issue than energy crisis in India
Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), Mumbai plans to monitor daily water supply in the city
Punjab Chief Minister approves Rs 80 cr project for cleaning of canals
Only 30% of rural population has access to safe drinking water: A government survey reveals
Government working on a water pricing policy to check waste

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