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Re: Connecting Rivers of India: Searching for an Insight
« Reply #15 on: June 18, 2019, 12:40:26 PM »
Revival of the Kshipra river in Ujjain under river linking project (Initial cost INR 432 crore)
According to Executive Engineer Sanjay Joshi of Narmada Valley Development Authority, Narmada river water has been lifted to a height of 350 metres using electricity driven pumps, after which it has been diverted to the origin of the Kshipra river which is around 50 kilometres away.
3000 village and 70 towns of malwa region will benefit and 16 lakh hectares of land can be irrigated in Malwa region.

Source : https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/river-linking-project-revives-kshipra-river-with-narmada-water/articleshow/45900473.cms (year 2015)

P.S. the whole idea of this post is to have repository of information regarding river linking project.
Alok Pandey,
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Alok Pandey,
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Water Resources and Environmental Engineering,
IISc Bangalore