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Water into canals only if KRS water level touches 96 ft : Mandya DC
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Water into canals only if KRS water level touches 96 ft : Mandya DC

July 11, 2019

Mandya: Water can be released into the canal only if water level at KRS (Krishna Raja Sagar) dam touches 96 feet, said Deputy Commissioner (DC) N. Manjushri. She was addressing a progress review meeting of different departments chaired by District-in-charge Secretary Javed Akthar at the Cauvery Auditorium in the Zilla Panchayat office here  on Tuesday…

No KRS water to VC Canal from May 8
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No KRS water to VC Canal from May 8

May 6, 2019

Water only for drinking to Mysuru, Mandya and Bengaluru Mysore: Though mercury level is on the rise, there is some hope when it comes to drinking water storage in Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) Reservoir in Mandya. Water level at the Dam stands now at 84.21 feet, just enough to fulfil the drinking water needs. The…

Boy drowned in VC Canal
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Boy drowned in VC Canal

April 30, 2019

Mandya:  A 16-year-old boy, who had gone for a swim along with his friends in the VC Canal on the outskirts of Gunnayakanahalli in the taluk yesterday, has reportedly met watery grave. The deceased is Hemanth Gowda, a student of Navodaya School at Shivaragudda in Maddur taluk. Hemanth had written his SSLC exam and was…

20 feared dead as bus plunges into VC Canal
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20 feared dead as bus plunges into VC Canal

November 24, 2018

Pandavapura: At least 20 passengers were feared dead when the private bus they were travelling plunged into VC Canal near Kanaganamaradi in Pandavapura taluk this noon. The private bus was on its way to Mandya from Pandavapura via Kanaganamaradi when the ghastly incident took place. There were more than 30 passengers in the bus, including…

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