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Old May 27th, 2013, 05:30 PM   #101
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These kind of projects are ruining the natural beauty of Namma Mysore.
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Old May 27th, 2013, 05:42 PM   #102
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These kind of projects are ruining the natural beauty of Namma Mysore.
dont worry this project doesn't come under namma mysore
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Old May 30th, 2013, 03:36 PM   #103
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UGD MUDDLE: MCC TEAM INSPECTS B.M.SRI NAGAR



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YADAVAGIRI WATER RESERVOIR ROOF COLLAPSES AGAIN



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Old May 31st, 2013, 04:10 PM   #105
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Pre-monsoon puts an end to water crisis

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Old May 31st, 2013, 04:35 PM   #106
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YADAVAGIRI WATER RESERVOIR ROOF COLLAPSES AGAIN



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What a pathetic state of affairs..Sorry to see mostly negative news in this thread
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Old June 2nd, 2013, 07:02 PM   #107
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IT’S TIME FOR RAIN WATER HARVESTING

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Caption: 1) A file photo of underground tank constructed at Palace premises to store rain water. 2) Rain water harvesting at home.

By Kiran Kumar

The problem of water shortage has never been so severe in the State in the past few decades and the failure of monsoons successively for the past years has not helped rejuvenate the ground water table even for drinking purposes, let alone for agriculture.

The KRS reservoir, on which depend the citizens of Mysore, Mandya, Bangalore and other places, reached its lowest level this summer. Thanks to the two TMC of water brought from Hemavathi reservoir in Hassan, the drinking water problem has been eased for the time being.

Though the population of cities is ever-increasing, water is supplied from distant sources while the tanks within the city have become dumping grounds for sewage water, turning into breeding places for disease-causing organisms.

The drilling of borewells that started in the 1970s to overcome the drought, has continued since then, with the number of borewells doubling year after year, thus depleting ground water.

At this stage, it is the right time to consider rain-water harvesting seriously and act, to replenish the ground water table.

In this backdrop, the Centre for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies (CREST) of the National Institute of Engineering (NIE) in city has launched a water campaign under which CREST staff not only spread awareness about water conservation, rain water harvesting and use of renewable energy but also plan the projects and install equipment meant for rainwater harvesting and generating energy from solar and organic wastes.

Major projects implemented, designed or supervised by NIE-CREST with its Director S. Shyamsundar as the Team Leader are:

1) Rain water harvesting for Mysore Palace, Mysore Silk Industry, Administrative Training Institute, JSS Institutions, Suttur Mutt and others.

2) Solar PV Energy System design — at a remote village in Kodagu, Mysore City Corporation Building, National Institute of Engineering and others.

3) Biogas from organic waste – JSS Institution in Suttur, ATI Mysore, villages in Gulbarga and Mandya district.

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Old June 4th, 2013, 03:48 AM   #108
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Old June 5th, 2013, 04:42 AM   #109
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Greater Mysore is much required
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Old June 9th, 2013, 06:18 PM   #110
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Kukkarahalli Lake rejuvenation on the cards

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One of the city's prides, the picturesque Kukkarahalli Lake that inspired poet laureate Kuvempu, is inching towards revival.

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Old June 11th, 2013, 09:29 AM   #111
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Mysore to get high-tech air-monitoring station

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The Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) has identified Mysore as one of the four cities where a high-tech ambient air-monitoring station will be established

Sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, suspended particulate matter and respirable suspended particulate matter are the major pollutants that are being currently monitored by the KSPCB in Mysore; with the station in place, they will monitor toxic pollutants as well. A spurt in the number of vehicles here has necessitated such continuous monitoring of ambient air quality.
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Old June 14th, 2013, 04:37 AM   #112
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Old June 15th, 2013, 06:34 AM   #113
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No need for Greater Mysore now, says Vinay Kumar Sorake

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Is the proposed ‘Greater Mysore’ — which envisages incorporation of 41 villages on the city’s outskirts into city corporation limits — as good as dead?

The question is significant as the proposal has not come before the government or the Urban Development Department and was mooted locally, according to P.N. Srinivasachary, Principal Secretary, Urban Development, here on Friday.

The issue came up at a press conference addressed by Minister for Urban Development Vinay Kumar Sorake who said that as Mysore’s population was around 10 lakh, it was not prudent to push for Greater Mysore at this juncture.

“Bangalore’s population was 5.4 million as per the 2001 census and 8.4 million as per the 2011 census; thus, Greater Bangalore is deserved — but Mysore’s population is nowhere on that scale,” said the Minister. However, he did not comment on whether the proposal would be buried or not.

The concept of Greater Mysore was pushed by the then district in charge Minister S.A. Ramdas. It received flak from the Congress for “being floated to benefit realtors”, as it would drive land prices up.

However, the Congress had, in its Mysore manifesto, specifically stated that it would give the green signal for Greater Mysore.

On the notification of Mysore Master Plan 2031, Mr. Sorake said he had been apprised of the issue and would prefer to review the plan, taking into consideration the objections of stakeholders. However, the Minister ruled out extending the deadline for filing of suggestions and objections.

He added that he would like to incorporate feasible suggestions for the city’s development in the next 30 years. The Minister also promised that the outer ring road would be completed by the end of the current financial year (2013–14).

Work on the road’s ‘missing link’ — a stretch of 9.33 km — which had not been completed for various reasons, would be launched to ensure that this target was met, he added.

Mr. Sorake said the new government would focus on providing civic amenities for all cities and improving infrastructure pertaining to drinking water, sanitation and underground drainage, among other aspects, in these places.

Funds for projects had been released under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission, but the benefits of these projects had not reached the public.

The department would ensure the completion of the work, he added.

Earlier, Mr. Sorake held a review meeting with officials of the Mysore City Corporation and the Mysore Urban Development Authority. Instead of being briefed by officials in Bangalore, he would rather visit city corporations and review progress of development projects personally, he said.

Work on outer ring road will be completed by the end of the financial year: Sorake

‘Prefer to review progress of work by personal visits, instead of being briefed in Bangalore’
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Old June 19th, 2013, 11:52 AM   #114
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Old June 25th, 2013, 04:41 PM   #117
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JNNURM 2ND PHASE: EMPHASIS ON WATER WORKS

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MCC seeks Rs. 815 crore grant from Centre

Mysore, June 25- In the development works to be taken up in city under the second phase of Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM), emphasis will be laid on water projects for which a proposal of Rs. 815 crore was prepared three months ago.

This was disclosed by MCC officials during a review meeting chaired by MLA M.K. Somashekhar this morning, attended by MCC Commissioner, engineers of the KUWSB, JUSCO, Vani Vilas Water Works and top officials of various departments, apart from a few Corporators.

A proposal to seek a budgetary allocation of Rs. 669 crore for taking up development works in Mysore city was presented before the MLA who however, sought more details about the projects to be undertaken.

Out of the Rs. 815 crore outlay for second phase of JNNURM, a detailed project report of Rs. 405.50 crore has been prepared for remodeling the underground drainage of the entire city, Rs. 136 crore for remodeling of water supply, Rs. 102.10 crore for the Hongalli 2nd and 3rd stage water supply, bringing an additional 50 MLD of water from Melapura and other projects. For the JNNURM funds, the State government and MCC will contribute 10% each while the rest will be given by the Centre.

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Old June 26th, 2013, 06:12 AM   #118
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Old June 27th, 2013, 05:26 PM   #119
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Old July 8th, 2013, 01:03 PM   #120
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'Rs 92 crore for piped water in Nanjangud taluk'

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Revenue Minister V Srinivasa Prasad said that 121 villages of Hullalli hobli in Nanjangud taluk will get piped water.

Presiding over a review meeting on Sunday, he said that survey of the `92 crore water supply project has been completed and the work would commence at the earliest.

He said that a proposal has been prepared to providing drinking water to 41 villages of Biligere hobli at a cost of `25 crore from Kapila river.

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