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BMC Restores Water Supply Via Malad Tunnel
Source :   Express India City :  Mumbai Published Date :   25-05-2010  

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation BMC restored the water supply to Malad, Goregaon, Kandivali and Dahisar on Sunday evening. The supply to these areas was affected after an underground tunnel burst at Malad owing to illegal borewell digging.

The BMC took 101 days to repair the tunnel and restore the supply to these areas. As many as 20 BMC engineers of its hydraulic engineering department, 12 HCC engineers and 90 employees were delpoyed to repair the tunnel......

Water Scheme Fails To Take Off
Source :   Deccan Chronicle City :  Hyderabad Published Date :   29-05-2010  

The much talked about protected drinking water scheme for villages failed to take off even a year after it was conceptualised by the former Chief Minister, Dr Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy.

Admitting delay in launching the Reverse Osmosis plants in villages, the rural water supply minister, Mr P. Viswarup, said the companies which initially showed enthusiasm to set up plants had backed out......

Rs 17 Cr For Drinking Water Projects In Kadur
Source :   Deccan Herald City :  Kadur Published Date :   26-05-2010  

The Government has released Rs 17 crore for the drinking water projects to supply water to Birur-Kadur town. The towns will receive permanent water within few months, said MLA K M Krishnamurthy.

Speaking to Deccan Herald, he said water will be supplied from Bhadra River to the twon. The work on laying pipes is under progress. The work on constructing a water tank which can store 10 lakh gallon water is under progress at Doddaghatta in Birur......

Jal Board Unveils Summer Plan To Keep City’s Water Woes At Bay
Source :   Indian Express City :  Delhi Published Date :   21-05-2010  

Apart from adding 35 million gallons to its supply a day MGD since last year in preparation for this year’s early summer, the Delhi Jal Board DJB announced its summer action plan on Thursday.

DJB complaint redress system has been made more efficient deployment of water tanker and prompt attendance to complaints and leakages, a DJB spokesperson said......

Water Gets Dearer
Source :   Express India City :  Mumbai Published Date :   24-05-2010  

As the city reels under water crisis, private water tankers are thriving. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation supplies 2,950 million litres daily, falling short of demand by over 1,000 MLD. This leaves housing societies, construction sites, hospitals and hotels with no option other than buying water.

Some housing societies need to use at least two tankers a day, says Parminder Singh, president of Water Tanker Suppliers’ Association. “Every house in our building has to spend Rs 100 a day to buy drinking water. This is besides the amount we pay for water tankers for other uses,” says a resident of Goregaon......

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