Enough storage at Saradagi barrage ensures water supply to the fast growing City.
Gulbarga City with a population of about 7 lakh including the floating population may not face drinking water problem during the current summer season including the two peak tropic months of April and May thanks to enough storage in Saradagi barrage constructed across the river Bhima, the mainstay of water supply to

Kartikeya | TNNMumbai: That the Mithi has been reduced to a filthy nullah is well-known.

Pune Even as Union Minister for Environment and Forests (MoEF) Jairam Ramesh has told the district administration to ready a river purification plan, a river improvement plan

Pune Civic bodies in the district will prepare a proposal for curbing river pollution of the Bhima river by April 20 and hand it over to the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board. A meeting headed by district collector Chandrakant Dalvi on Tuesday saw the representatives agree on readying the proposal in eight days

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Pune The district collectorate has asked the civic bodies of Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad and the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) to come up with a plan to curb river pollution, by April 9.

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Rich uranium deposits, a major element in nuclear power generation and its related activities, has been found in the Bhima river belt of Karnataka, ranging from Sedam in Gulbarga district to Muddebihal in Bijapur district. This is as per the intensive survey conducted by the Department of Atomic Energy.

Indapur (Pune): Jaising Nagre makes a living by fishing in the Ujjani dam backwaters in Indapur. Nagre, who is from the Bhoi community, says that in the last decade around 3,000 fishermen from other states have settled down around the Ujjani dam and have evicted the locals from plum fishing zones. There are around 6,000 local fishermen from the Bhoi community who fish in the river waters.

For people along the Bhima river in Maharashtra, illegal mining is an old story (see

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