Punjab, Rajasthan oppose state’s plea on using Hansi-Butana canal

Citing Centre’s alert on possible drought in 2014 due to the El Nino effect, Haryana today pleaded in the Supreme Court for using the 109-km Hansi-Butana canal by pumping water from the Bakhra Mainline (BML).

Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh high court on Tuesday directed the state government to constitute a high-level committee under chief secretary to discuss and resolve issues pertaining to Indira Saga

The Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court, on Tuesday, in response to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL), directed the State Government to form a high- level committee to settle issues of Indir

Union oil minister M Veerappa Moily appears to have influenced the decisions of the Karnataka cabinet on Tuesday.

State Irrigation Minister Janmeja Singh Sekhon today said as many as 112 more tubewells would be made operational for irrigation in the kandi areas of Hoshiarpur, Gurdaspur, Ropar and Nawanshahar d

Residents of 18 villages located within the limits of the Darawat Dam project are resisting relocation without settlement of their claims, pressing the Water and Power Development Authority to ask

Authorities concerned are yet to complete the Yamgha Amarai Irrigation Project though its construction was initiated 35 years ago.

The Punjab government on Wednesday approved two development schemes with an estimated cost of Rs 1028.349 million.

Under a mega project to increase water supply for irrigation in Jhang branch canal, uplift work has been started at Gojra and Toba Tek Singh tehsils.

Funds allocated for Narayanpur left bank, Upper Tunga projects
The Canal will help in irrigating an additional 1.5 lakh hectares in Yadgir, Gulbarga and Bijapur districts.

The Centre has sanctioned Rs 5,500 crore to Karnataka for two major irrigation projects -remodeling of Narayanpur left bank canal and Upper Tunga project