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Echo of delayed monsoon: Harangi Dam touches dead storage level
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Echo of delayed monsoon: Harangi Dam touches dead storage level

Krishna Raja Sagar Dam inching towards dead storage level of 74.76 feet Mysore:  Mysuru is staring at imminent drinking water crisis as the Harangi Reservoir in Kodagu, the main source of water to the Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Dam in Mandya that supplies water to Mysuru and surrounding areas, has reached the dead storage level….

Rs. 130 crore to remove silt from Harangi Dam
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Rs. 130 crore to remove silt from Harangi Dam

Cauvery Neeravari Nigam Limited prepares DPR to remove 1 tmcft silt accumulated over the years Mysore: Over one tmcft (one thousand million cubic feet) of silt has accumulated at Harangi Dam in Kodagu, the main Cauvery water supply reservoir from the catchment areas to Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Dam in Mandya, the lifeline of South…

Silt Deposit Study begins at Harangi Dam
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Silt Deposit Study begins at Harangi Dam

Govt. allocates Rs. 75 crore for silt removal Geo Marine Solutions conducts survey Kushalnagar: Water level at Harangi Reservoir in Kodagu from where Cauvery water flows to Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Dam in Mandya is precariously low and is depleting by the day, causing concern. Realising the gravity of the situation, the State Government has…

Harangi Dam holds back silt, not water
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Harangi Dam holds back silt, not water

Engineering team studying silt deposit and examining if rivers have changed course Kushalnagar:  Water level at Harangi Dam in Kodagu is slowly depleting. From its maximum capacity of 8.5 tmcft, the Dam level presently stands at 0.3 tmcft. While the current inflow (recorded this morning) to the dam is 103 cusecs, the outflow stands at…

Harangi water level depletes: Kushalnagar residents worried
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Harangi water level depletes: Kushalnagar residents worried

Kushalnagar: Water level at Harangi Dam in Kodagu is slowly depleting. From its maximum capacity of 8.5 tmcft (thousand million cubic feet), the Dam level presently stands at 3.3 tmcft. The alarming depletion of water in Harangi has caused concern among residents of Kushalnagar, Koodige and surrounding areas who fear that they will face severe…

DGP inspects Harangi Dam
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DGP inspects Harangi Dam

Kushalnagar: Following rumours that nine people of Hattihole Village in Madikeri taluk have been washed away by floods, State DG and IGP Neelamani N. Raju visited Harangi Dam near Kushalnagar this morning and reviewed the search operation for tracing the bodies. Later, speaking to presspersons at Harangi Dam, Neelamani N. Raju said that following reports…

Harangi Dam full, four crest gates open
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Harangi Dam full, four crest gates open

Kushalnagar: The four crest gates of Harangi Dam in Somwarpet taluk of Kodagu were opened yesterday releasing water to KRS Dam. The gates were opened at 4 pm yesterday and 1,200 cusecs of water was released as the first instalment. Henceforth, the gates will be open as and when the storage capacity increases. Following water…

Harangi Dam repair works to be completed in a month
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Harangi Dam repair works to be completed in a month

Kushalnagar: The mega repair works of Harangi dam across Cauvery river at Hulugunda near here is all set to be complete in a month. The Harangi Dam, one of the major dams in Cauvery valley, was built over three decades ago. The Irrigation Department with a purpose of plugging leakages and further strengthening of the…

Madikeri MLA offers Bagina at Harangi
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Madikeri MLA offers Bagina at Harangi

Madikeri MLA Appachu Ranjan yesterday offered Bagina to River Cauvery at Harangi Reservoir in Kushalnagar, Kodagu, which reached its maximum level on July 23, 2017. Harangi is the only reservoir which has reached its maximum capacity of 2,859.00 feet in the Cauvery basin during the South-West Monsoon this year. Today’s level stood at 2,858.41 ft….

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