With monsoon yet to hit the country’s northern region, the Bhakra Nangal dam on Tuesday registered water inflow of 35,728 cusecs — an eight-year low. On July 3, 2004, the dam had witnessed an inflow of
Anandpur Sahib, September 5 With the opening of spillways of the Bhakra reservoir this morning, villages of Anandpur Sahib situated downhill the Sutlej started flooding by the evening. As the water level touched 1680.05 ft in the morning, the Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) opened spillways at 9 am today.
An incident in which certain Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) officials bypassed the stipulated regulations by engaging public sector consultancy firm WAPCOS to draft a report on
Ropar: A large number of fish were found dead in the Sirsa-Nangal River today evening. Villagers from nearby Avankot village raised hue and cry on seeing a large number of fish floating dead on the surface of the river near the Sutlej-Sirsa confluence.
Anandpur Sahib: Dirty water, carrying large amount of silt, was found running in Bhakra main line (BML). The canal serves drinking water supply from areas of Nangal till Chandigarh passing through Anandpur Sahib, Ropar, Kharar and Mohali. Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) officials said prime reason behind heavy silt is supposed to be low water-level in Nangal dam.