Hyderabad, April 20: The Andhra Pradesh government on Tuesday strongly objected to Karnataka

Vijayawada, April 5: The minister for animal husbandry, Mr K. Parthasarathi, has made it clear that the government would safeguard the interests of the people on the issue of surplus water of Krishna river.

Vijayawada, April 4: The Communist Party of India (CPI) state secretary, Mr K. Narayana, has emphasised the need for the intervention of the Prime Minister, Mr Manmohan Singh, to find an amicable solution to the Krishna surplus waters dispute between Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

July 23: Water levels in Almatti, Narayanapur and Tungabhadra dam rose to their maximum levels due to heavy rainfall in Karnataka. Water in Krishna river started flowing towards Indira Priyadarshini project in Jurala of Mahbubnagar district while water from Tungabhadra river flowed towards Srisailam project.
The irrigation officials expect the water to reach Srisailam reservoir on Friday night.

Ganesh Chandanashiva, Bijapur,DH News Service:

The biggest reservoir in the State, Almatti is witnessing water shortage this year putting the farmers in a quandary.

The order of KSHRC in respect of a petition filed by project affected people under the Upper Krishna Project, as more than 30000 population of Bagalkot city has been deprived of their right to life and livelihood due to compulsory acquisition of their properties because of submersion under the backwaters of Almatti dam across Krishna river.

DH News Service, Almatti:

In pursuance of the direction of the Krishna Water Tribunal the study on the quantity of silt accumulated in Almatti dam will begin from Tuesday.

The survey will be undertaken jointly by the governments of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka. Tejo Vikas International Pvt Limited organisation of Delhi will be conducting the survey.

The Comptroller and Auditor General's (cag's) audit report for Maharashtra tabled on April 18, 2007 scrutinised the post-flood disaster relief expenditure in the year 2005 and 2006. It indicated that

The Supreme Court has dropped contempt proceedings against Karnataka chief minister S M Krishna following an apology made by him. Krishna had commented on the height of the Almatti dam despite a

The Supreme Court has allowed Karnataka government to go ahead with the construction of 26 crest gates on Almatti dam despite serious objections of Andhra Pradesh. The court, however clarified,