Chembarambakkam

  • Residents were convinced that November was the worst but stock taking and rehabilitation had to wait a week longer as the maniacal rains of December took everyone by surprise and completely crippled the city. According the India Meteorological Department, starting October 1 through December 4, ...
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  • Govt reconstitutes panel on hydel projectsExpert Appraisal Committee for River Valley and Hydroelectric Projects reconstituted, headed by former secretary-ministry of coal. The committee has attracted opposition from water activists who allege that the panel lacks a multidisciplinary representa...
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  •  "As it is, drinking water is a big problem in Chennai," says Mani, "and now they are planning to build a dumping site near Chembarambakkam Lake. We will all suffer. The water I drink comes from this lake." The Chembarambakkam reservoir provides most of Chennai's water, a city which consumes ap...
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Chennai's limp back to normalcy will be slow and painful, especially for low-lying Velachery, Urapakkam, Kotturpuram and Saidapet which remain flooded even two days after the rain has let up.

Residents were convinced that November was the worst but stock taking and rehabilitation had to wait a week longer as the maniacal rains of December took everyone by surprise and completely crippled the city. According the India Meteorological Department, starting October 1 through December 4, the state has recieved a total rainfall of 592.2 mm as against an expected downpour of 370.2 mm, a deviation of nearly 60% a

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Chennai's main drinking water source will be affected if a proposed dumping site is built


 "As it is, drinking water is a big problem in Chennai," says Mani, "and now they are planning to build a dumping site near Chembarambakkam Lake. We will all suffer. The water I drink comes from this lake." The Chembarambakkam reservoir provides most of Chennai's water, a city which consumes approximately six million liters of water everyday.

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