Vijayawada, April 5: The minister for animal husbandry, Mr K. Parthasarathi, has made it clear that the government would safeguard the interests of the people on the issue of surplus water of Krishna river.

Hyderabad, April 4: Drinking water supply to the twin cities will be cut by about 10 million gallons per day (MGD) following the state government

Hyderabad, April 4: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra are all anxiously awaiting a judgment on water sharing from the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal which completed its hearings last week.

The judgment will have far-reaching implications for all three states and particularly for the future of several irrigation projects under construction in these three states.

Hyderabad, March 9: The Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal is all set to come out with an interim report in August directing that the surplus water from the river be shared by AP, Karnataka and Maharashtra.

This document contains the presentation made by Umesh Babu at National climate research conference, IIT Delhi, March 5-6, 2010.

Hyderabad, Feb. 16: The Krishna Water Dispute Tribunal report is likely to lose importance amidst ongoing Telangana agitation and the appointment of Srikrishna Committee.

Hyderabad, Jan. 29: The MPs, MLCs and MLAs on Friday unanimously decided to ask the Chief Minister, Mr K. Rosaiah, to revive the Krishna Phase-III drinking water project for the city.

They took the decision at the district review committee meeting, chaired by the home minister, Ms P. Sabita Indra Reddy.

Nov. 19: Doubts are being expressed on the strength of the Srisailam project constructed on the Krishna river.

Oct. 22: Even as India and other countries quibble about how to handle climate change and who should cut what percentage of carbon emissions, the damaging effects of global warming are being felt right in our own backyard.

Oct. 13: The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Tuesday asked the state government to clarify whether it had received any early warning from the Central Water Commission regarding floods in the Krishna River.
A division bench comprising Chief Justice Anil R. Dave and Justice C.V. Nagarjuna Reddy gave this directive while dealing with a public interest litigation filed by Mr R. Chandr-