Tag: River Cauvery

The faithful throng Srirangapatna for ‘Pitru Paksha’
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The faithful throng Srirangapatna for ‘Pitru Paksha’

September 16, 2020

Thousands of families are converging on the banks of River Cauvery at the historic town of Srirangapatna to pay respects to their elders in the form of offerings during this season of ‘Pitru Paksha.’ People are crowding the river banks in and around Srirangapatna including Paschimavahini, Sopana Katte, Snana Ghatta, Gosai Ghat and Cauvery Sangama….

Three new bridges to come up on River Cauvery
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Three new bridges to come up on River Cauvery

September 11, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Mysuru-Kodagu MP Pratap Simha this morning inspected the ongoing works of Mysuru-Bengaluru 10-lane Highway along with a team of officials. The 140-odd-km Highway is being upgraded to a 10-lane Highway and as an Economic Corridor. The 10 lanes include two service roads on either sides of the eight-lane main carriageway.  The NHAI has taken…

Soon, puja to resume at Bhagamandala Temple
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Soon, puja to resume at Bhagamandala Temple

August 11, 2020

Madikeri: The puja and other rituals at Bhagamandala’s Bhagandeshwara Temple, which was disrupted due to landslides at Talacauvery, the birth place of River Cauvery, will resume soon. The decision to resume puja was taken at a meeting held at a private hotel here yesterday, which was chaired by Kodagu District in-Charge Minister V. Somanna and…

Daughters of Talacauvery chief priest reach Kodagu
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Daughters of Talacauvery chief priest reach Kodagu

August 10, 2020

Madikeri: As rains have abated in Kodagu, rescue operations have been initiated in full swing and over 150 personnel from National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) and Madras Engineering Group (MEG) are carrying out search for the priest family that was washed away at Talacauvery on Wednesday midnight.  Five persons of…

KRS Dam near full: Heavy rush of tourists
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KRS Dam near full: Heavy rush of tourists

August 10, 2020

Mandya: With the KRS Dam almost full, thanks to copious rainfall in Kodagu, the birth place of River Cauvery and other catchment areas, tourists have started visiting the famous tourist spot in large numbers for the past couple of days to have a glimpse of the splenderous sight of water gushing out from the crest…

KRS just short of 7 ft. from reaching maximum level
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KRS just short of 7 ft. from reaching maximum level

August 8, 2020

Mandya: With heavy rains battering Kodagu district, the birth place of River Cauvery and other catchment areas, the KRS Dam in Srirangapatna taluk of Mandya district, the lifeline of the people of Mysuru region, is receiving huge inflows for the past  few days, thus considerably pushing up the water level in the Reservoir with each…

Rain pounds Kodagu; all rivers in spate
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Rain pounds Kodagu; all rivers in spate

August 5, 2020

Normal life thrown out of gear; Indian Meteorological Department forecasts heavy to very heavy rains till August 9 Madikeri: Similar to the pattern that began in 2018 and continued last year, Kodagu is receiving heavy to very heavy rainfall in August coupled with gusty winds. Rain has been pounding the district since the last four…

Project on to remove silt from Cauvery River in Kushalnagar
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Project on to remove silt from Cauvery River in Kushalnagar

May 11, 2020

Kushalnagar: Ground-breaking ceremony for a mega Rs. 89-lakh project to remove silt from River Cauvery in the Kushalnagar belt to prevent flooding of the town was performed this morning. Madikeri MLA M.P. Appachu Ranjan performed the ceremony in the presence of Kodlipet’s Kirkodli Mutt Seer Sadashiva Swamiji. The Kodagu District Administration had agreed for the…

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