At least one person was killed and scores of villages inundated in the torrential rains that lashed the state since Monday night.

In developing countries, 11% of arable land could be affected by climate change. Indeed, farmers are already facing the impact of climate change.

Vijayawada, May 31: The minister for rural water supply, Mr Pinepi Viswarup, said that the state government would spend Rs 10,000 crore to solve the drinking water problem in the next four years.

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

March 4: Over 11 lakh acres under the Prakasam barrage ayacut in Krishna and Guntur districts will be transformed into barren lands in the coming years due to the implementation of GO no.107 issued by the Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy government in September 2004.

Bangalore/Hyderabad: A 500-metre-long bridge across the Tungabhadra river near Gilkesugur village, 32 km from Raichur, was washed away in flash floods in Karnataka, even as the situation eased in Gulbarga, Bijapur, Bellary and Raichur districts of the State with the water-level in the Krishna, Tungabhadra and several streams and rivulets receding on Sunday.

WARANGAL: Three persons died and five others fell ill after drinking contaminated water near Kodakandla mandal here on Tuesday night.

Eight agricultural labourers who consumed the water fell seriously ill at Ramulugunda village in Tirumalagherry mandal in Nalgonda district. The labourers belonged to Maidamcheruvu thanda in Kodakandla mandal of Warangal district.

Sept. 23: Three women died after drinking pesticide-mixed water by mistaking it for drinking water at Tirumalagiri village in Nalgonda district.
The incident occurred on Tuesday evening.
According to sources, seven women and three men from Balu Tanda of Mondrai village under Kodagandla mandal went to Tirumalagiri to work in a field.

Aug. 23: Though the government is yet to officially announce drought, the agriculture department

Aug. 9: Hyderabad is the worst affected among seven Telangana districts, failing to get any rain in the last week, according to the Indian Meteorological Department