Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala water authority (KWA), which was all set to call tenders for Neyyar water supply scheme, is revising the project incorporating the suggestions made by Kerala dam safe

Restricted mining from 5 rivers for 3 years

Reservoirs across the State fast filling up; shutters of Neyyar, Moozhiyar dams opened

Difference In Water Levels Affects Migration Of Fish To Inland Water Bodies

Tamil Nadu is repeatedly requesting the Centre to advise Kerala to conclude an agreement on sharing of the Neyyar river water and release it to the State, pending finalisation of the agreement, according to Public Works Minister K.V. Ramalingam.

Apprising the Assembly on Friday of various steps taken by the government for securing water for 9,200 acres of ayacut in Vilavancode taluk of the Kanyakumari district, the Minister said that the State had, using toposheets of the Union government,

Lookout towers have been put up inside Neyyar, Peppara, and Agasthyavanam forests to spot wild animals.

At 6 a.m. on all days, except Sunday, Bhagavan Kani, a forest tribal, clambers up a narrow bamboo ladder to get to a watch house atop a tall tree deep inside the Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary to keep a look out for wild elephants.

Meet on inter-State river water issues
State keen on renewing PAP pact with Tamil Nadu
Cauvery waters available to be put to optimum use
Thiruvananthapuram: A high-level meeting convened by Chief Minister Oommen Chandy here on Tuesday to evaluate the current status of inter-State river water issues decided that the State should stick to its demand for the construction of a new dam at Mullaperiy

THIRUVANATHAPURAM: The cracks developed on the ground near Neyyar Dam on Saturday was the result of a minor landslide in the area, according to the scientists from the Centre For Earth Science Studies (CESS), who visited the site on Monday.

The CESS scientists also revealed that the crack appeared only as a regional phenomenon on primary examination.

Water Resources Minister N K Premachandra

Only soil dislocation nearby

People at risk during rain as soil may fall in chunks

Chances of tremor ruled out

Thiruvananthapuram: The fracture in the ground reported from an area near the Neyyar dam is the result of soil dislocation, a localised phenomenon that poses no danger to the dam, scientists from the Centre for Earth Science Studies (CESS) reported on Monday.


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