Full two months into monsoon, water levels at major hydro-electric (power) generation reservoirs in Karnataka have increased substantially.

Ramesh S Kebbehundi, December 10

The Kabini drinking water project is sure to take more months for completion, as deadlock over compensation to ryots continues, writes Ramesh S Kebbehundi

The much-ambitious project of bringing water from the River Kabini to quench the thirst of Mysoreans is likely to be delayed due to delay in settlement of compensation to be paid towards acquisition of land

Drinking water crisis never solved in Ch

The water quality information systems are being developed to manage the water quality from a point or nonpoint source of pollution. The project on

Bangalore: A drastic fall in the water level of Kabini reservoir has forced the government to request far-mers in achkat area to sow ragi and maize instead of water intensive crops like paddy... Speaking to reporters on Wednesday after a meeting with Cauvery Neeravari Nigam officials, Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Minister Shobha Karan-dlaje said the current water storage in the Kabini stood at 3.5 tmc ft this year as against 65.83 tmc ft last year.