Give Suggestions to Reform Water Supply in Chandigarh

 Give Suggestions to Reform Water Supply in Chandigarh
Last Date Jan 01,2016 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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Chandigarh Administration is determined to provide 24x7 access to potable water to the residents of all Villages, Colonies and Sectors of U.T., Chandigarh. Towards its commitment ...

Chandigarh Administration is determined to provide 24x7 access to potable water to the residents of all Villages, Colonies and Sectors of U.T., Chandigarh. Towards its commitment to develop Chandigarh as a Smart City, the Chandigarh Administration has been making every effort, not only to ensure round the clock supply of water but also supply of water fit for human consumption.

The methodology to further strengthen the supply network of drinking water is to be chalked-out in consultation with the residents of Chandigarh. Municipal Corporation Chandigarh (MCC) is responsible for supply of quality water with sufficient water pressure throughout the day to meet their daily needs, but still there is some shadow area in which water in which water supply is problematic due to some reasons. Chandigarh Administration would ensure that all necessary steps are taken up in terms of strengthening distribution network and reduction in wastage of water etc.

Therefore, Chandigarh Administration would like to invite ideas, views, opinion and suggestions from the residents so that the objective of 24x7 supply of portable water could be achieved.

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Aditya Chatare 3 years 11 months ago

Hello all..
I m an IT student.. And i want ur opinion on what should i do for my town's development using our IT technology like softwares..
Plz comment ur opinions
Thank You in advance..

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sumitjadon 3 years 12 months ago

very nice city & agra road line pr to 250 mter tak to dustbin honi chaiye joki pedla ja rha person road pr dhuke dustubin me duke
dustbin me green colur ka cover ho joki
clean agra green agra

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chaitanya lodha 4 years 8 hours ago

CONTINUING WITH MY LAST COMMENT, THESE DAMS WONT HAVE THE PROBLEM OF SEDIMENTATION AS WHEN THE SHUTTERS OF THE DAMS WOULD OPEN, THEY WOULD OPEN FROM THEIR VERY FOOT THAT LIES ON GROUND ALLOWING ANY SEDIMENTS SETTLED THERE TO PASS OR THE SECTION CAN EVEN BE EMPTIED TO GET THE RICH ALLUVIAL SOIL AND INCREASE THE QUALITY OF THE LAND NEARBY. AS FAR AS MARINE LIFE S CONCERNED, THERE WONT BE ANY HARM TO THEM WHEN DAMS ARE OPEN AND WHEN THE DAMS WOULD BE CLOSED, IT WONT BE PERMANENT! #smartdams

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chaitanya lodha 4 years 8 hours ago

CONTINUING WITH MY LAST COMMENT, THERE IS ONE MORE FEATURE TO IT. A HUGE PIPELINE IS TO BE MADE THROUGHOUT THE COURSE OF THE RIVER WITH ONE OPENING AT EACH SECTION OF THE RIVER AND IT SHOULD BE ENDED A FEW KILOMETERS INSIDE THE SEA. THIS MAY PREVENT DROUGHT AND FLOODS THROUGH OUT THE COURSE AS WATER CAN BE DIRECTED FROM SECTION RECEIVING VERY HIGH RAINFALL TO LOWER ALTITUDES OR DIRECTLY INTO THE SEA. THESE DAMS ARE NOT ACTUALLY PERMANENT BARRIERS BUT ARE LIKE SHUTTER WINDOWS #smartdams

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chaitanya lodha 4 years 8 hours ago

I HAVE AN IDEA IN WHICH SMALL DAMS UP TO THE HEIGHTS OF 5m ARE BUILT ACROSS THE WHOLE PATH OF RIVER. THIS MIGHT BE VERY SHOCKING TO HEAR BUT THESE DAMS ARE NOT PERMANENT AS SUCH BUT CAN COMPLETELY OPENED TO ALLOW THE FLOW OF WATER LIKE A NORMAL RIVER DURING HEAVY RAINS OR IN MONSOON. BUT DURING SUMMER SEASON OR BEFORE IT, THESE DAMS CAN AGAIN BE CLOSED TO FORMA SERIES OF LONG LAKES THROUGHOUT THE RIVER BASIN. #smartdams

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Bhaveshkumar Ramanlal Patel 4 years 19 hours ago

BENEFIT TO FARMERS. HERE IN USA WE HAVE ENGINEERING DITCH AT EVERY BUSINESS TO STORE RAIN WATER. HOW THIS BENEFIT IN INDIA. HERE'S HOW, EVERYTIME THERE IS RAIN THAT WATER IS HELD IN THAT DITCH WHICH CAN BE USED LATER BY FARMERS OR IF ABSORBED IN LAND IT CAN BE USEFUL WHEN WE ARE TRYING TO DIG A WELL. IT ALSO BENEFITS LOCAL RESIDENTS IF THERE IS A WELL.

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Vishal Shrivastva 4 years 4 days ago

Our country is very unique. At the same time, there will flood in one place and draught in another. We should work on rain water harvesting and accumulate additional water in flood affected areas in huge underground tanks and transport them to the draught affected areas which can be used for irrigation or for other purposes.

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Isaac Manohar M 4 years 2 weeks ago

Sirs, Why not we refeed the already empty dry ground water bed that once existed just below 20 ft to 350 ft by drilling 40ft deep 4 to 6 inches bore and feeding rain water or water from nearby rivers. No a dam can substitute this vastness of risk free, cost effective storage space for water.Every small locality have a localised bore, connec t water source to it thro' 6inches PVC pipe and give a constant supply of water into that.
Y O U CAN TAKE IT BACK WHEN YOU NEED IT

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Parampal Singh 4 years 1 month ago

Hire top Urban Planners, Civil Engineers, and chalk a plan out to cover areas difficult to be accessed, nothing is impossible, within six months all households will have water supply, guaranteed.