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Hale Unduwadi Project capacity now 900 MLD
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Hale Unduwadi Project capacity now 900 MLD

January 27, 2022

IISc. scientists recommend increase in volume from 300 MLD to 900 MLD Mysore/Mysuru: The capacity of Rs. 545-crore Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project that is on in full swing has been increased from the present 300 Million Litres per Day (MLD) to 900 MLD based on the suggestions from scientists from the Indian Institute of…

Water seepage from KRS Dam a daunting task
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Water seepage from KRS Dam a daunting task

January 27, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: A record amount of rocks have been extracted during deep earth digging to implement the Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project. As such, there is continuous seepage of water from the Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Dam. This year, the maximum storage at KRS Dam has crossed more than 55 continuous days and as such the…

Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project – A bird’s eye view
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Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project – A bird’s eye view

July 16, 2021

Phase 1: 30-month deadline  Project aim : To provide bulk water supply to Mysuru city, MUDA areas and villages Mysuru comprises 117 villages adjacent to MCC, MUDA region and city Mysuru Local Planning Area (2021) acquires a total area of 509.03 sq km within MUDA limits Hale Unduwadi scheme draws water from Krishna Raja Sagar…

Rs. 545 crore Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project
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Rs. 545 crore Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project

July 3, 2021

Funds will not be an impediment, assures MP Pratap Simha Mysore/Mysuru: Funds will not be a shortage for the ambitious Rs. 545 crore Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project aimed at supplying drinking water to Mysuru City and 92 villages around it. The project has already been initiated and funds will be released from time to…

Rs. 545 crore Hale Unduwadi project begins
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Rs. 545 crore Hale Unduwadi project begins

June 27, 2021

MLA G.T. Devegowda inspects works site City and 92 villages to get drinking water Mysore/Mysuru: The ambitious Rs. 545 crore Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project that is aimed at supplying drinking water to Mysuru City and 92 villages around it has begun in right earnest after the tenders for the project were floated in December…

Tenders floated for first phase of Hale Unduwadi Water Project
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Tenders floated for first phase of Hale Unduwadi Water Project

December 15, 2020

Land deadlock resolved; civil works likely to begin from March next year Mysore/Mysuru: After over eight years when the Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project was first mooted, tenders have finally been called early this month for the first phase of works. It is an estimated Rs. 540 crore project and the first phase will be…

Government approves Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project
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Government approves Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project

March 24, 2020

Bengaluru:  Urban Development Minister Byrati Basavaraj said that the Government has approved the ambitious Rs.350 crore Hale Unduwadi Water Project aimed at supplying regular drinking water from KRS Backwaters to many localities of the city and 92 surrounding villages. Replying to a query by Chamundeshwari MLA G.T. Devegowda and NR MLA Tanveer Sait during the…

Hale Unduwadi drinking water project in limbo
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Hale Unduwadi drinking water project in limbo

March 11, 2018

KIADB sells 90-acre land meant for project to realtor; now government has to intervene to cancel the allotmentCaption: The land near Beechanakuppe that Karnataka Urban Water Supply and Drainage Board wants to set up Hale Unduwadi Drinking Water Project. Picture right shows KIADB Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Pankaj Kumar Pandey leading the team during an…

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