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  • Hello all, We have 2 existing borewells as point marked by water dividers. We are not getting water from borewells. One of borewell has been dug upto the depth of 350 ft. We are getting very less water if we run motor once in a week. Please suggest either to go deeper on this or find new water poin...
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  • Clean chit to dam management, CWC says congested Vembanad lake worsened floods in Kerala In its assessment of the cause of the devastating floods in Kerala, the Central Water Commission (CWC) has said that it was the congestion in the carrying capacity of the Vembanad Lake, the largest lake in Kera...
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  • The soakpit is getting filled quickly, especially during rainy season. As it has been happening regularly, we created a new tank recently. It is also filling in two days. Septic tank is ok now and require emptying once in two months. Could you provide any suggestion please ?
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  • Kerala blames Tamil Nadu for massive floods in the state Entering into a legal battle, the Kerala government has told the Supreme Court that the reason behind the deluge in the state was the sudden release of Mullaperiyar dam water by Tamil Nadu. As per Kerala, it had requested Tamil Nadu to gradua...
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  • Nearly 30 percent of springs in the Himalayas are drying up: Niti Ayog According to the report prepared by five working groups set up by Niti Aayog, nearly 30 percent of springs in the Himalayas are drying up while 50 percent have reported reduced discharge. The working groups were a...
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  • Hello Sir, Recently I had dug a borewell for 300 ft in Chennai. I did not see any water splashing out during digging process. But in the evening when I dropped a stone, I could here water splashing inside. So I continually watched the water level for next 4 days and following is the observation: D...
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 10 months 3 days agoread more
  • Cauvery is Flooding and Vaigai is Dry. The Distance between Kallanai and Vaigai Dam is 180 kms. In this scenario can the Cauvery and Vaigai be interlinked? The Elevation Data's above sea level is 1) Kallanai Dam : 220 ft 2) Trichy : 270 ft 3) Inamkulatur : 370 ft 4) Kalingaptti : 500 ft 5) Man...
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 10 months 1 week agoread more
  • (Question received through email) Dear Sir, We drilled a borewell (for domestic purpose) near Chennimalai in Erode District in September, 2017 upto 1060 feet. It was completely rocky upto 900 feet and then we could find water source (about one inch according to the borewell driller)...
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  • National Rural Drinking Water Programme: Targets remain unachieved According to a report by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG), the National Rural Drinking Water Programme has been unable to achieve its target of supplying safe drinking water to all rural habitations, government sc...
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  • How to establish a mineral-water-bottleling project in Erode district of Tamil Nadu, India? And inform me about the testing & treatment places nearby.
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  • NGT slams NMCG and DJB over pollution in Ganga and Yamuna rivers Concerned about the level of pollution in the Ganga between Haridwar and Unnao in Uttar Pradesh, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has ordered the National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) to install display boards at a gap of 100 kilom...
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  • All districts but three in Bihar experience drought While lakes overflow in Mumbai and Kerala gets 22 percent excess rain, Bihar stares at a drought. With a 48 percent rain deficit, as many as 35 out of 38 districts in Bihar are experiencing drought. The only districts to have received average rain...
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  • CAG blames TN government for Chennai floods in 2015 The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has held the Tamil Nadu government responsible for Chennai floods of 2015. The CAG report, ‘Flood management and response in Chennai and its suburban areas’, has revealed that the state's wate...
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  • Decline in Dolphin population observed in India's only dolphin sanctuary As per the survey conducted by Vikramshila Biodiversity Research and Education Centre (VBREC) in partnership with researchers from Ashoka Trust for Research on Ecology and Environment (ATREE), Bangalore and Wildlife Institute ...
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  • Sir, We are residing in Saraswathi nagar, Adambakkam,Chennai. We have a bore well pump 90 feet below. It was drilled 16 years back. But now it has stopped pumping water. We doubt if ground water exists. Can the same bore be flushed out and tried again? Shall we drill a new Borewell? Pl kindly sugg...
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  • Pls provide rainfall data for Tamil Nadu districts-wise for 2003-2017 ?
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  • The districts of Tiruvallur, Chennai and Kanchipuram once boasted of a landscape densely dotted with wetlands and a lifestyle that was closely linked to the survival of these water bodies. With the boundaries of the Chennai metropolitan area considerably distended and concrete slowly creeping into t...
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  • Dear All, I have a property in Madipakkam, Chennai. I drilled borewell in the year 2000 in my property at about 200 ft. From that time till now, I am getting only one bucket of water, approximately equivalent to 50 litres per day till now. I feel that this is very low and so am thinking of reinspe...
    arunancposted 1 year 2 months agoread more
  • I'm planning to dig a borewell in my hometown (Dindigul, Tamilnadu). Our earlier 2 attempts failed. Since my place is a drought area and nearby borewells are more than 1000ft, I would like to know anyone who can help us to find the correct spot of water source with 100% accuracy. I do not believe in...
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 1 year 4 months agoread more
  • I recently drilled a borewell in my site in Erode, but could not find water source even after going beyond 940 ft, hence stopped the drilling. Before drilling borewell, I got the site verified by water diviner (who brought a machine and found a point to drill. Mr. Natarajan-9842776565). But could no...
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 1 year 4 months agoread more

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While the recent ruling of the Supreme court on the Cauvery conflict opens up new possibilities, a push for holistic and interdisciplinary river basin governance is required.

The river Cauvery—an inter-state river shared by the southern states of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu, as well as the Union Territory of Pondicherry—has often been in the news for the fight over its waters between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. What dominates the issue is the conflicting demands for irrigation from the plateau region of Karnataka and the delta region in Tamil Nadu.

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Hello, I reside in a village nearby to Madurai, Tamil Nadu. We own a farmland of five acres, in which we recently dug a borewell of 1000 ft depth, as our farm land heavily rely on the borewater. We installed submersible motor of 7.5 HP capacity and started yielding water out of it. It pumps out 1.5 inch of water for about 1 hr daily. This availability of water from this borewell is more likely to deplete in the coming months (because in summers, we face water shortage in borewells every year & other nearby farms too).

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I am thinking to do a borewell at my house. I would like to know what would be the approximate cost for it, how deep is recommended and how long does it take to complete the work?

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There is no space in my house to dig a borewell. Only space available is 10ft height and 3ft width. Is it possible to dig a borewell?

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To dig an open well near a river, is there a rule in Tamil Nadu specifying the distance between the open well and the river ?

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