News On Projects
Products & Services
Projects Database
Tenders Database
E - Newsletter
EPXonline.com
Project Financing
Contracts & Awards
Energy
Electricity
Mining
Oil & Gas
Infrastructure
Airport
Port
Railway
Road
Freezone
Construction
Manufacturing
Cement
Engineering
Automobile
Plastic
Metal
Textile
Paper & Packaging
Leather
Sugar
Edible Oil
Electrical & Electro
Processing
Chemical
Drugs & Pharma
Fertiliser
I-C-T
Communication
IT
Telecom
Water
Pump Station
Water Treatment
Water Supply
Hospitality
Hotel
Restaurant
Resort
Entertainment
Sports
Multiplex
Theme Park
Food & Beverages
Hospital
Service
Social
Science
Irrigation
Government
Policy
Economic Indicators
Company News
Commerce
Miscellaneous
News Uploaded On : Saturday, July 15, 2017 9:53:00 AM IND Back  |  Latest Projects  |  Latest Tenders
 
 E-mail this to a friend        Printable version       Story Viewed 3013 Times
Govt. approves work on Kondapochamma.
The State government has given administrative approval for two major components of Kaleshwaram project - a gravity canal with discharge capacity of 142 cumecs to Kondapochamma reservoir and formation of the reservoir with an estimated cost about ₹4,010 crore.

The gravity canal has been proposed in place of a D-shaped tunnel planned as part of the original Pranahita-Chevella project with a carrying capacity of 24.6 cumecs. However, based on the recommendations of the Cabinet Sub-Committee on the redesigning of irrigation projects, execution of a gravity canal was found to be feasible with a two-stage pumping system.

Accordingly, the administrative approval was given on Friday for execution of the work along with the associated components as part of Package-14.

The off-take point of the gravity canal would be at 8.150 km of Package-13 to carry water to Kondapochamma reservoir with a cost of ₹2,281 crore.

Similarly, the government has given approval for the formation of Kondapochamma reservoir at Pamulaparthy village in Siddipet district with a storage capacity of 15 tmc ft as against one tmc ft proposed as part of the original project and the revised capacity of seven tmc ft later.

The construction of the reservoir has been divided into two parts and the first reach of the work from 0 km to 5.5 km has been approved with a cost of ₹965.9 crore and the second reach from 5.5 km to 15.8 km has been approved with a cost of ₹762.8 crore.

THE HINDU

Post your comments:

Your name: *
E-Mail Id:
E-mail ID will not be published
Comment: *
Maximum 500 Characters
    
Related Stories
Indian companies sign 7 MoUs with Russian Defence players.
BEL to invest Rs. 2,500 cr in two new plants.
DRDO plans slew of projects, to get Rs. 18,000 cr in 2018-19.
Petronet LNG eyes first-ever overseas project.
DP World keen to set up free trade zone at JNPT.
MoU inked for Ratnagiri refinery.
Honda Motorcycle to invest Rs. 8 billion, plans to set up fifth plant.
HPCL gets green nod to set up Rs. 136-cr LPG plant in Bihar.
Cisco to set up start-up incubator in IoT domain at Kerala institute.
Centre dumps plans for port at Dugarajapatnam.
RELATED PROJECTS & TENDERS
ADVERTISEMENT
MOST POPULAR STORIES NOW
For all enquiries please contact
Tel: 022 - 25961254, 25960909
Mobile: 9821464666/09751178830
Mail: marketing@newsonprojects.com

OUR OTHER PRODUCTS & SERVICES:    Projects Database   |   Project e-Newsletter   |   Tenders Database   |   Commissioned Power Plants   |   Company Index
About Us   |   Contact Us   |   Terms of Use   |   Advertise with Us   |   Privacy Policy   |   Disclaimer   |   Feedback