The Srisailam dam saw a rise in inflows to 2,07,412 cusecs, and the dam received 25 tmc ft in 24 hours till Sunday evening

Oct. 4: The irrigation department is thinking of constructing another reservoir on the Krishna river to prevent precious water from going waste to the sea.

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

Oct. 11: Power utilities in the state received a shock when they found that even the Left Bank powerhouse of the Srisailam Hydro Electric Station has suffered more damage than imagined.
The 770 mw Srisailam Right Bank powerhouse that was submerged will take at least three months to resume production.

New Delhi: The flooding of Kurnool could have been averted had successive state governments in Andhra Pradesh not avoided repeated reminders of the Central Water Commission (CWC) on doubling the spillway capacity of the Srisailam dam.

HYDERABAD Dec. 5: Delay in implementing irrigation projects has resulted in cost overrun of Rs 57,205 crore. The escalation has resulted in heavy burden on the exchequer. According to the Comptroller and Auditor General report which was tabled in the Assembly on Friday, some projects conceptualised and grounded in 1964 are still incomplete.