Parliamentary standing committee on water resources to visit Tamil Nadu on Thursday

Members and officials of the Parliamentary standing committee on water resources will visit Tamil Nadu and Kerala on Thursday.

published on : 26th May 2022

Five-member panel from Kerala and Tamil Nadu inspects Mullaiperiyar dam

A five-member team, including the newly-appointed technical experts of the Supervisory Committee, inspected the Mullaiperiyar dam on Monday.

published on : 10th May 2022

Cauvery Technical Cell chief on supervisory panel for Mullaiperiyar dam

The State has appointed S Subramanian, chairman of Cauvery Technical Cell-cum-Inter-State Water Wing, as technical expert in the supervisory committee for Mullaiperiyar dam. 

published on : 21st April 2022

TN to consult Oppostion over SC’s directive on Mullaperiyar panel: Durai Murugan

Replying to a special mention on the Mullaiperiyar dam issue during zero hour, the minister said if the powers of NDSA are given to the supervisory committee,

published on : 19th April 2022

Call on Central Water Commission's affidavit after meet with CM: Tamil Nadu minister Duraimurugan

Water Resources Minister Duraimurugan informed the Assembly on Wednesday while replying to the debate on grants for the department.

published on : 7th April 2022

Mullaiperiyar: AIADMK says CM Stalin 'quiet' despite Kerala scuttling even routine work

Accusing Chief Minister M K Stalin of being silent on the issue, the party said the ruling DMK's Left allies in Tamil Nadu have 'never spoken' on such matters.

published on : 14th March 2022

Dam Safety Act won’t alter ownership: Centre

Legislation only stipulates an ‘institutional mechanism’ to ensure safe functioning of dams, Union govt tells HC 

published on : 11th March 2022

Tamil Nadu urges Kerala to restore permission for felling trees at Mullaiperiyar dam site

Durai Murugan said the Kerala government should restore the permission issued for the felling of 15 trees since this is essential for carrying out the remaining strengthening works

published on : 3rd March 2022

Kerala rakes up Mullaiperiyar; won’t give up rights: TN Water Resources Minister Duraimurugan

His statement came following Kerala Governor’s address in the Assembly, where he said the government would take steps to build a new dam.

published on : 19th February 2022

Kerala's announcement on new Mullaiperiyar dam is arbitrary, amounts to contempt of court: TN

Kerala Water Resources Minister Roshy Augustine also made it clear that his state was committed to provide water to Tamil Nadu.

published on : 18th February 2022

Kerala officials’ Mullaiperiyar dam visit irks OPS

In a statement here, Panneerselvam said the dam was owned, maintained and operated by the Tamil Nadu government and Kerala officials inspecting it was condemnable.

published on : 16th February 2022

TN Govt to install statue for Pennycuick in his native town in England: CM

The Tamils living in Camberley have obtained permission from St Peter's Church for installing the statue of Pennycuick. 

published on : 15th January 2022

Idukki residents take out protest march as TN opens Mullaperiyar dam without warning

Tamil Nadu had opened 10 of the 13 shutters of the dam in the wee hours of Thursday to let out nearly 10,000 cusecs of water from the dam which ultimately resulted in water levels rising

published on : 2nd December 2021

Supreme Court to hear Mullaiperiyar case on Dec 10

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear the Mullaiperiyar dam case expeditiously for final settlement of all the points of dispute and slated the case to December 10.

published on : 23rd November 2021

Mullaiperiyar dam level at 141 ft; second alert issued

With the Mullaiperiyar dam water level reaching 141 ft on Thursday, a second flood alert was issued by the Public Works Department officials.

published on : 19th November 2021
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