Farmers in Punjab and Haryana will have little water for irrigation and Rajasthan none at all this summer with water levels at both the Bhakra and Pong dams receding by the day. Hydropower generation has already reduced drastically and may be affected even more severely in the coming months.

The Himachal Pradesh government today rejected in the Supreme Court the Centre

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday requested neighbouring Punjab to release forthwith the State

The low water pressure over the weekend in major parts of Delhi is just the beginning of the Capital

Upping their campaign to secure Himachal Pradesh

Floods are an endemic problem in India. Every major flood event is immediately followed by a flood of a different kind

An incident in which certain Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) officials bypassed the stipulated regulations by engaging public sector consultancy firm WAPCOS to draft a report on

With filling season of Bhakra and Pong reservoir coming to an end today, both the reservoirs have more than 44 feet and 48 feet less water as compared to last year. Reservoirs with low water levels indicate a powerless winter ahead.

Wilted crops dot the countryside; farmers cry for water, electricity

Heavy rain in Himachal has reduced depletion of water level in Bhakra and Pong dams, but may not be enough for optimum level. The three-day depleting water level trend at Bhakra was broken today with report of heavy rain in its catchment area yesterday.