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Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Limited to check for alternative plots for petitioners

The notice had sought that the petitioners vacate the plots allotted to them within 30 days, to make way for parking spaces in view of the increase of tourists at the Statue of Unity (SoU) situated near the said plots.

Gujarat: Monsoon deficient, but 44 per cent kharif crop sown is water-intensive paddy and cotton

Dr K P Patel, Dean, Faculty of Agriculture, Anand Agricultural University said that with both the crops — cotton and paddy — being financially rewarding, the farmers opted for the two crops despite the advisory against it.

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Water from Narmada dam to be used only for drinking, not irrigation

Dam authorities fear that reduced inflow of water into the dam reservoir could lower the level of water.

To save water, six power turbines on Narmada dam shut for a month

SSNNL concentrates on conserving water for drinking and irrigation.

Low water flow forces 6 Narmada dam power turbines to shut down

During the same time last year, nearly all turbines were in operation due to early arrival of monsoon rains, they said.

Modi inaugurates projects worth Rs 651 cr in Vadodara

The project of introducing solar top panels on a 10-km stretch of Narmada canals in Vadodara has capacity to generate 10 MW electricity.

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Waterlogging on farmland: HC order makes SSNNL respondent party in PIL

The Gujarat High Court (HC) on Wednesday joined Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Limited (SSNNL) as a respondent party in connection with a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) that has raised the issue of water-logging of 100 acres of farmland in a village of Banaskantha district. The water-logging is allegedly due to the fact that the SSNNL […]

Rs 5,000-crore hydro power plant on Narmada breaks even

Generates Rs 6,150 crore worth of power,produces 30,000 million units power.

‘Iron men’ join ceremony

The foundation stone laying ceremony of Statue Unity saw the presence of some 30 volunteers of the Citizens for Accountable Governance.

Land acquisition delays completion

Facing “land acquisition hurdles” in completing the 74,000 kilometre-long Narmada canal network,the Gujarat government is now exploring options to lay pipelines to complete the “last mile connectivity”.

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