The Cauvery Management Board issue is all set to subvert the peaceful life in Tamil Nadu in days to come, according to senior intelligence officials in the State.
The petitioners in the plea have said that Punjab is deficient of water and even the groundwater stands depleted in at least 14 lakh tube wells.
A bench, headed by acting NGT chairperson justice Jawad Rahim directed the DJB to submit a list of illegal borewells in the capital.
Summers are the peak season for drilling borewells and several illegal companies mushroom to carry on drilling activities.
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear Tamil Nadu’s petition seeking to initiate contempt proceedings against the Centre for not constituting the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) within the stipu
A sudden burst of rain coupled with ongoing construction works have caused the Varthur Lake to froth again, while officials trusted with coordination and review of the waterbody are away on poll du
A parliamentary panel has exhorted the Ministry of Water Resources to accelerate the pace of implementation of ‘inter-linking of rivers’, project and set a timeline as many of the projects have nei
CHENNAI: In a bid to sustain pressure on the Centre over setting up the Cauvery Management Board (CMB), opposition parties led by the DMK, at an all-party meeting in Chennai on Sunday, resolved to
Indian agriculture is estimated to be consuming about 78 percent of total fresh water resources available in the country. Yet, more than half of the gross cropped area is still dependent on rains.
CHENNAI: The six-week deadline set by the Supreme Court for forming the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) came to an end on Thursday even as farmers and the public in Tamil Nadu were agitated over the
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