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Only 19% water stock left in dams across Maharashtra

Across the state, so far 19 dams have zero water stock, including Khadakpurna and Pentakli (Buldhana); Gosikhurd (Bhandara); Dina (Gadchiroli); Bham and Punegaon (Nashik); Pimpalgaon, Ghod and Temghar (Pune); Bhima (Solapur); Kundali Tata and Lonavala Tata.

Water supply in parts of Gurgaon to be affected

“This plant supplies water largely to Master Supply Zone 3, and the shutdown will affect Sectors 47 to 57, as well as DLF5 on Golf Course Road,” a spokesperson said. 


Chandigarh seeks loan of Rs 550 crore from French bank for 24X7 water supply

The CSCL had written to the UT Administration to hand them over 71 acres of land near the ISBT in Sector 43 to develop it under the smart city project.

MJP’s Ambernath office not accepting water bills: residents

“After the senior citizen, others in the area voiced that they had to go to as far as Badlapur to pay their bills. When I went to speak to the officers, I was told there is no manpower,” he further said, adding, “the officers are hardly there in their chairs during working hours.”

Water supply set to be normal from today: Delhi Jal Board

The supply was affected after closure of the Upper Ganga Canal for a month to carry out annual maintenance. Hence, water was being lifted from the Yamuna.

Water supply likely to be disrupted: Delhi Jal Board

The Delhi Jal Board (DJB), in a statement, said, “Due to closure of Upper Ganga Canal, raw water is being lifted from Yamuna Intake... High content of ammonia has been found in the water lifted from Yamuna."


Get tertiary water supply by August 1 or pay higher

Even as the Municipal Corporation had made it mandatory for people having houses of one kanal and above to have tertiary treated water connection, only 1800 of nearly 7,600 houses have taken the connections.

Jat quota stir: Water supply partially restored in north, central Delhi

Water supply was partially restored in some parts of north and central Delhi on Tuesday morning.

Privatisation of urban water supply: The muddy picture

The municipal body’s financial losses from water works has reportedly increased by Rs 60 crore per annum, leading to demands, from both opposition parties and the local community, for the ouster of the private player.

In pipeline, a plan to privatise water supply in cities

Special emphasis would be on implementing the model in the 100 Smart Cities and 500 cities chosen for infrastructure augmentation under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT).