Four earthquakes of “slight intensity” have been recorded in Idukki district of Kerala so far this year where the Mullaperiyar Dam is located, the Government said today.

The Kerala Government today reiterated its willingness for bilateral discussions with Tamil Nadu or a dialogue through the Centre to resolve the vexed Mullaperiyar dam issue but insisted that it wo

“Reported panic and bandhs are all creations of Kerala government”

An open letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Mullaperiyar conflict. (Letters)

In Sikkim at least 17 large hydropower projects on the Teesta River and its tributaries have their environmental clearances in place, despite warnings, improper assessments and negotiated conditions. At a point of time when a natural seismic occurrence has shaken the stability of an already unpredictable Himalayan ecosystem, it is important to revisit the concept of hydropower projects as a green, clean and safe option.

New Delhi: The Oomen Chandy government on Thursday played its cards well in the Mullaperiyar dam case by promising the Supreme Court that it would protect Tamil Nadu’s properties in Kerala to calm

Guwahati, Dec.

Requesting PM to convene a meeting of Chief Ministers will be premature, says Tamil Nadu

The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed Tamil Nadu Government plea for deploying Central force personnel at Mullaperiyar considering Kerala’s undertaking to protect the dam from all possible acts o

In a bid to defuse a volatile situation, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today asked the Kerala government to create a conducive atmosphere for speedy resolution of the Mullaiperiyar Dam issue follow