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The 2,585 TMC Godavari water could have filled SRSP 28 times over or 340 TMC from Krishna could have filled Jurala over 35 times!
State officials reworking strategies to protect irrigation and agriculture from impact of economic downturn
The volume of discharges from Srisailam project has been put at 800 tmc.
While the stage was set for lifting at least three of the spillway gates of the Srisailam project by Saturday, moves are afoot to announce the kharif schedule for the release of water
Review meeting soon on the water storage in the common projects on Krishna
Several proposals studied on route and alignment to divert Godavari water to Srisailam project
Located at Mulugu, it has been rated No. 1 Indian Council of Agriculture Research
He said several representations were made to the Centre to hike the MSP for paddy to Rs 2,000 per quintal.
Rooftop gardens increasingly dot Hyderabad’s skyline as residents, hospitals, offices make space for private, cozy green corners
According to NABCONS, ryots who took to micro irrigation witnessed net savings of Rs 9,455.4 crore by adopting drip and sprinkler irrigation
Commission for Backward Classes to submit report recommending their inclusion in BC list by July-end
Sowings cover only 10 per cent of the normal area in State
23,968 rural habitations, 114 towns in State water secure
With change of guard in AP, CM takes initiative in sorting out water row between the Telugu-speaking States
The first of 11 pumping units — 40 MW capacity each is getting ready for the wet run on May 8 at Kannepalli pumphouse in Jaishankar Bhupalpalli district. Six units are ready for the wet run.
Officials of the project as well as the Irrigation Department are gearing up for the release of water from the Sripada Yellampalli project by this month-end
TRS Chevella nominee confident of rich dividends as the party reached out to people with its schemes.
With his whistle-stop appearances in plush townships and humble bastis, TRS candidate Marri Rajasekhar Reddy is out to find a greater level of acceptance from voters .
Political leaders from the neighbouring States of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh are making door-to-door contact in localities with migrant population, canvassing support for their candidates.
All possible ways are being adopted to realise some of the very old tax dues without taking recourse to harsh methods, and the decision seems to be yielding big results.