Tag: Cauvery River

Boating service resumes at Ranganathittu
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Boating service resumes at Ranganathittu

August 19, 2022

Srirangapatna: The boating service for tourists and visitors at Ranganathittu, which was temporarily stopped following heavy discharge of water from KRS Dam to Cauvery River, resumed yesterday. Following heavy rains in Kodagu and Cauvery River catchment areas last month, there was heavy inflow of water to KRS Dam and the dam had reached its maximum…

Nearly two lakh cusecs water released from KRS Dam
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Nearly two lakh cusecs water released from KRS Dam

August 8, 2022

Ranganathittu partially submerged; Historic Wellesley Bridge on the verge of getting submerged Srirangapatna: Following heavy rains in Kodagu and other Cauvery River basin catchment areas since over a week, there is an increased inflow of water to KRS Dam and for the safety of the Dam, 1,00,719 cusecs of water was let out from the…

Water inches towards Nimishamba
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Water inches towards Nimishamba

July 17, 2022

Following release of over 85,000 cusecs of water from KRS Dam yesterday, the level of water in Cauvery River has increased and water has come to the edge of Nimishamba Temple in Srirangapatna. [Pic. by G.S. Ravishankar]

Bengaluru youth drowns in Cauvery River
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Bengaluru youth drowns in Cauvery River

July 14, 2022

Srirangapatna: A 26-year-old youth, who ventured into Cauvery River for a bath, was drowned after he was swept away by strong water force at the Sangama in Srirangapatna yesterday. His body is yet to be traced. The youth, who was drowned is Ashok, a resident of Yelahanka in Bengaluru. He had come to the Sangama…

Ranganathittu boating suspended
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Ranganathittu boating suspended

July 10, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Boating facility has been temporarily suspended at Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary from yesterday following release of a large quantity of water to Cauvery River from KRS Dam. As there is heavy downpour in Kodagu, the inflow of water to KRS Dam has increased.  Once the water is released from the KRS reservoir, which is located…

KRS, Kabini, Harangi inflow increases
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KRS, Kabini, Harangi inflow increases

July 5, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Widespread and incessant rains in Kodagu district, especially at the Cauvery River catchment areas in Madikeri Taluk, has resulted in the increased inflow to the Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Dam. With the increased inflow, there are speculations that the Dam will reach its maximum capacity of 124.80 feet by July end. Yesterday morning, an…

Old Mysore… A Fond Memory
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Old Mysore… A Fond Memory

February 16, 2022

By Girija Madhavan The Past is over, you cannot get back to it. Live each day anew,” was written in the Autograph Books of our school days. In these days of uncertainty and menace, it is a comfort to reach back in memory to the lovely old Mysore of my childhood and briefly revisit the…

CM couple, 5 Ministers perform puja at KRS Dam
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CM couple, 5 Ministers perform puja at KRS Dam

October 7, 2021

‘Sankalpa’ made for good rains in catchment areas for the Reservoir to reach maximum level Srirangapatna: In the light of the Cauvery Water Management Authority (CWMA) asking Karnataka to make good in September the shortfall in the realisation of Cauvery water by Tamil Nadu and in the wake of falling water levels in Krishna Raja…

City lensman rescues two from drowning in Hassan
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City lensman rescues two from drowning in Hassan

August 17, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: In a daring rescue act, a photography trainer from Mysuru saved two persons from drowning at Cauvery River near Konanuru in Arkalgud taluk of Hassan on Sunday.  Giri Manju managed to rescue both of them though the water currents were in full force. A faculty in photography at Rural Development and Self-employment Training Institute…

Immersion of ashes banned at Srirangapatna
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Immersion of ashes banned at Srirangapatna

April 30, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: With the famous Paschimavahini in Srirangapatna taluk of Mandya district, where Cauvery River flows, witnessing a sudden surge in the number of people visiting the spot for immersion of ashes of the dead of their near and dear ones, Srirangapatna Tahsildar has ordered a ban on immersion of ashes and other associated articles in…

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