Bhakra Beas Management Board

Bhakra Beas Management Board News

Jalandar: Bhakra Dam water level highest in January-June period in 38 years

Data sourced from the Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) revealed that in January, the level of the reservoir was 1,655.43 ft. Before this, the highest-ever level of the dam was recorded at 1,653.17 ft between 1981- 2018.

BBMB holds meet with principal secys to discuss ‘critical position’ of Bhakra, Pong reservoirs

It said that BBMB has asked partner states to conserve and utilise monsoon water to the maximum possible extent so that water releases from the Bhakra and Pong reservoirs are minimised so as to store water for utilisation during the coming depletion period starting September 21.

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Manohar Lal Khattar writes to Amarinder Singh, wants him to join hands on water issue

Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar mentioned in the letter that Centre had accordingly asked all partner states to build a consensus on engaging Bhakra Beas Management Board to undertake feasibility studies and start construction.

UT’s water troubles continue, likely to ease from Tuesday

This has caused water shortage in both Chandigarh and Mohali.

Bhushan Industrial Corporation power theft case: 5 witnesses not examined as CBI fails to produce record

The court had summoned nine witnesses for examination. However, the statement of only one witness could be recorded.

Bhakra dam a few inches away from 1,645 feet

The water level in the Bhakra dam on Thursday reached 1644.37 feet — perilously close to the point where the Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) might have to resort to opening the dam’s flood gates.

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No immediate water release from Bhakra,say officials

The Bhakra Beas Management Board has decided not to release excess water immediately into the Sarluj and Beas rivers.

Cops claim to crack murder mystery with arrest of hotel mgmt graduate

Police say Ankur Panwar, also a neighbour of Preeti, was jealous of her since his parents often compared him with her and taunted him.

‘Acid attack suspect used five cellphone numbers in a year’

Cops got Call Detail RecordS of all the numbers and found that Ankur Panwar was in Mumbai on the day of incident

BIS organises seminar on international standards

A seminar on ‘International Standards Ensure Positive Change’ was organised by BIS to mark World Standards Day.

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