West Godavari district, irrigated by two mighty rivers, is on the road to agricultural prosperity thanks to various schemes.

Actual irrigation has been done in 87,000 hectare area from Narmada Valley projects till December 2011 during the current fiscal.

NHDC, after having achieved considerable success in the field of hydro-power now has started diverting attention towards other sources of energy like thermal, solar and wind energy in Madhya Prades

The Supreme Court has taken strong exception to the inordinate delay by the ministry of environment and forests in taking a decision on the command area plans (CAD) of the Indira Sagar and Omkareshwar Canal projects.

The court has sought a categorical explanation as to why the ministry has not taken a clear position on this matter despite receiving four reports by Dr Devender Pandey Committee o

The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will lay foundation stone for Khargone lift irrigation project to the tune of Rs 550 crore under Indira Sagar Irrigation Project on April 17, 2011, Sunday at a grand function being held in Khargone. Narmada Valley Development Authority Chairman K.L. Agrawal will preside over the function.

The construction of canal network under Indira Sagar and Upper Veda Project was found tardy in a review conducted by Vice Chairman, NVDA, O.P. Rawat on Saturday at Sanawad, 270 km from state capital. O.P. Rawat warned concerning engineers and contractors to be up to the mark or face punitive action.

BHILALA TRIBALS often assemble next to what used to be their village, Atursumba of Khargaon district in southeast Madhya Pradesh. Dwarfing them is a 100-feet-wide canal laid high above the ground.

The state government has decided to develop tourism in Indira Sagar Dam, the biggest man-made lake in the country. As per directive of the state government, preparations have been completed for development of the islets in the dam. The land of the Islets has been transferred to the tourism department and the development works would start soon.

Fisheries Minister Ajay Vishnoi has said that like farmers, fishermen are also being provided loans at three per cent interest rate. The assistance given to fishermen will now be deposited in their bank accounts so that they can purchase fishing nets and boats of their own choice.

The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has given instructions for utilization of Narmada water by 2020 allocated to the state.