The worst ever monsoon failure and a severe drought has affected the water supply and the depletion of underground water table in and around bangalore will have serious potable water shortage and the civic bodies might not be able to supply the requisite quantity and have begun the rationing system.
The only source of water supply for the apartment complex is to buy from tankers and the prices have skyrocketed this year from Rs.300/- a tanker to Rs.1,500/-.
Some apartment complexes, which have swimming pools might be compelled to remain dry this season.
It is also said that this summer will be very harsh and the supply of water from cauvery river is just a trickle, will make things much worse. The Government is planning to pump the dead storage across the reservoirs to meet the scarcity.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has suo motu issued notices to all the agencies involved in the upkeep of the heavily polluted Bellandur lake following the most recent outbreak of fire. The matter is listed for Wednesday and NGT has asked for a plan of action from the agencies regarding controlling pollution in the lake, sources said.
The Bangalore Development Authority (custodian of the lake), the civic body (in-charge of storm water drains and alleged to have failed to check the dumping of waste into the lake), BWSSB for letting in untreated sewage into the lake, KSPCB and KLCDA in-charge of lakes in the city, have been served notices.
A committee formed by the Government has decided to recommend to DO AWAY WITH THE NOTORIOUS
B KATHA in the BBMP. The report may be submitted soon. The Government must take appropriate measures to STOP ISSUING the
B Katha, in BBMP limits.
This might put an end to property documents illegality and to a certain extent violation and deviation.
A group of residents are demanding that the Registration of Properties without Katha or with B katha must be STOPPED. This might take some time.
The Peripheral Ring Road, which was delayed has been taken up by National Highways Authority and will be executed soon.
It is a good news for the commuters. It is 65 Km and connects Nelamangala, Devanahally, Hosakote, Anekal, Kanakapura and Makali, thus reducing the traffic congestion in and around bangalore.
We congratulate all and every person directly and indirectly involved in this program for their contribution to the space history of INDIA.
We thank Mr.AS Kiran Kumar and congratulate him on the great success.
We thank one and all for their hard work and success.
The Indian Space Research Organisation’s workhorse rocket PSLV created a record today by launching 104 satellites in a single mission from the space centre at Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.
Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV, in its 39th flight (PSLV-C37), launched the 714 kg Cartosat-2 series satellite for earth observation along with 103 co-passenger satellites, together weighing about 664 kg at lift off.
Cartosat 2, India’s nano satellites separated from launch vehicle
Engines switched off; PSLV reaches orbit
PSLV has crossed about 5000 km since it launched (approximately)
PSLV-C37/Cartosat-2 series Mission Lift off Normal as expected. PSLV-C37/Cartosat-2 series Mission Lift off Normal as expected: ISRO
India has come out with the latest tool to safeguard its skies from enemy missiles and have developed indigenous defense mechanism, which will secure all defense sites and major cities.
Devanahalli might be another tech hub soon as the Government has already completed the acquisition proceedings and have invited the tech companies to submit the application for the allotment of lands.
2000 Acre ITIR park will be based on a role model.