Aims to solve drinking water problems of Patiala city

MUMBAI: The Anti-Corruption Bureau has sought the state government's okay to launch an "open inquiry" against irrigation minister Sunil Tatkare over allegations of land grab and disproportionate as

MUMBAI: A non-existing company owned by BJP Rajya Sabha MP Ajay Sancheti bagged irrigation projects worth Rs 1,350 crore in Maharashtra in 2007-08.

BHUBANESWAR: Utkal Bharat Party president Kharabela Swain on Saturday urged the State Government to take the people likely to be affected by the Lower Suktel irrigation project into confidence befo

Maharashtra Governor K Sankarnarayanan today accepted the resignation of Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, who quit following reports about his alleged involvement in a Rs20,000 crore irrigation sc

The state government has assured the World Bank that Uttar Pradesh will stick to the time-table proposed by the funding agency for modernisation of Lower Ganga Canal Irrigation System Project.

19 More Ministers Offer To Resign, Sharad Says No

The massive cost escalation of irrigations dotted across Konkan, Vidarbha, Marathwada, North Maharashtra and western Maharashtra, which works up to Rs26,000 crore, have proved to be a nightmare for

This study provided socio-economic scenarios for key indicators at the national and state level in India.

SSNNL-Sponsored Survey Flies In The Face Of State Govt’s Claims Of Drought

Gandhinagar: A just-published study, sponsored by Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd (SSNNL), suggests that even the existing incomplete canal network should have considerably eased the current scarcity conditions, claimed to be prevailing in large parts of Gujarat. The study acquires significance, as it comes almost about the same time when the Gujarat government regarded “lack of rains” as the chief criterion to declare 91 out of 225 talukas as “scarcity hit”. Based on the same, the state has demanded Rs 18,000 crore from the Centre as drought relief.

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