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I am Deepak Ghai, father of Sanjana Ghai of Amity college noida is constrained to point out that my daughter Sanjana was at no.1 on online competition of Clean & Clear contest.She has above 19,000 votes and you will be surprised to know that even a contestant with meagre 300 votes is selected in the final round.

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my name is G venkata saii am from bratiya vidya bhavan public school i am having a nice artical which i want to send you but i do not have your adress about nagarjuna sagar dam i am sending the artical with this and some photoes if you want you can phone me to [protected] or e mail me at [protected]@yahoo.comi have worked for this about 10 days of my dasara holidays i am also having artical of tiger which i have worked about one year with national tiger reserve of india in which i got national award i hope you will like this artical as soon as possible contact me for the tiger artical if you want
History
Nagarjuna Sagar Reservoir
The Krishna River is a river of India that originates at Mahabaleswar in Maharashtra, passes through Sangli and meets the sea in the Bay of Bengal at Hamsaladeevi in Andhra Pradesh. The state of Andhra Pradesh was unable to effectively use the river until the mid 20th century, due to the absence of a reservoir which could store the water. River floods devastated the villages in the Krishna district while Nalgonda district and Guntur were unable to use the excess water.[2][3]
The proposal to construct a dam to use the excess waters of the river was put forward by the British rulers in 1903. Siddeswaram and Pulichintala were identified as the suitable locations for the reservoirs. However, none of these proposals materialized. The perseverance and single minded determination of the Raja of Muktyala paved way for the construction of the dam.[4][5]
Based on the reports submitted by the Khosla committee in 1952, the congress government formed under the leadership of Jawaharlal Nehru decided to construct reservoirs in drought hit areas under the first five year plan. The state governments were asked to submit a report on the possible locations for such project. After the formation of the Andhra Pradhesh state in 1953 and the submission of a report by the government, the foundation stone for the Nagarjuna Sagar dam was laid on 10 December 1955. It was named after the buddhist monk Nagarjuna.[6][7]
project and construction
The dam water was released by the then Prime Minister's daughter, Indira Gandhi in 1967.[8] The consruction of the dam submerged an ancient Buddhist settlement, Nagarjunakonda, which was the capital of the Ikshvaku dynasty in the 1st and 2nd centuries, the successors of the Satavahanas in the Eastern Deccan. Excavations here had yielded 30 Buddhist monasteries, as well as art works and inscriptions of great historical importance. In advance of the reservoir's flooding, monuments were dug up and relocated. Some were moved to Nagarjuna's Hill, now an island in the middle of the reservoir. Others were moved to the mainland.[9]
The project started in February 1956 but due to scarcity of funds modern equipment was not available. The project was constructed with stone instead of concrete. A cement factory was constructed near Macherla to meet the project requirement. A railway line was laid connecting the project location and the cement factory. Stones were supplied from the nearby Sunkesula quaries. Sand was supplied from Rayavaram stream and Halia river. The construction of the dam was completed by 1969. The dam came under full usage from 1972 after fitting the crest gates. Two canals - the left and right canals were constructed to supply water from this reservoir. Total expenditure on the project (including maintenance till 2005) is around 1300 crore rupees. The number of workers participating in the project varied from 45,000 to 70,000. Around 174 people died due to accidents during the construction
power.
• The hydro electric plant has a power generation capacity of 815.6 MW with 8 units(1x110 MW+7x100.8 MW). First unit was commissioned on 7th March 1978 and 8th unit on 24th December, 1985. The right canal plant has a power generation capacity of 90 MW with 3 units of 30 MW each. The left canal plant has a power generation capacity of 60 MW with 2 units of 30 MW eachCatchment Area : 215000 sq km (83012 sq mi)
• status
• Masonry dam
o Spillway of dam : 471 m
o Non-over flow dam : 979 m
o Length of Masonry dam : 1450 m
o Maximum height : 125 m
• Earth dam
o Total Length of Earth dam : 3414 m
o Maximum height : 26 m
you will give nice information i also want to gie from my side and help to youmy name is G venkata saii am from bratiya vidya bhavan public school i am having a nice artical which i want to send you but i do not have your adress about nagarjuna sagar dam i am sending the artical with this and some photoes if you want you can phone me to [protected] or e mail me at [protected]@yahoo.comi have worked for this about 10 days of my dasara holidays i am also having artical of tiger which i have worked about one year with national tiger reserve of india in which i got national award i hope you will like this artical as soon as possible contact me for the tiger artical if you want
History
Nagarjuna Sagar Reservoir
The Krishna River is a river of India that originates at Mahabaleswar in Maharashtra, passes through Sangli and meets the sea in the Bay of Bengal at Hamsaladeevi in Andhra Pradesh. The state of Andhra Pradesh was unable to effectively use the river until the mid 20th century, due to the absence of a reservoir which could store the water. River floods devastated the villages in the Krishna district while Nalgonda district and Guntur were unable to use the excess water.[2][3]
The proposal to construct a dam to use the excess waters of the river was put forward by the British rulers in 1903. Siddeswaram and Pulichintala were identified as the suitable locations for the reservoirs. However, none of these proposals materialized. The perseverance and single minded determination of the Raja of Muktyala paved way for the construction of the dam.[4][5]
Based on the reports submitted by the Khosla committee in 1952, the congress government formed under the leadership of Jawaharlal Nehru decided to construct reservoirs in drought hit areas under the first five year plan. The state governments were asked to submit a report on the possible locations for such project. After the formation of the Andhra Pradhesh state in 1953 and the submission of a report by the government, the foundation stone for the Nagarjuna Sagar dam was laid on 10 December 1955. It was named after the buddhist monk Nagarjuna.[6][7]
project and construction
The dam water was released by the then Prime Minister's daughter, Indira Gandhi in 1967.[8] The consruction of the dam submerged an ancient Buddhist settlement, Nagarjunakonda, which was the capital of the Ikshvaku dynasty in the 1st and 2nd centuries, the successors of the Satavahanas in the Eastern Deccan. Excavations here had yielded 30 Buddhist monasteries, as well as art works and inscriptions of great historical importance. In advance of the reservoir's flooding, monuments were dug up and relocated. Some were moved to Nagarjuna's Hill, now an island in the middle of the reservoir. Others were moved to the mainland.[9]
The project started in February 1956 but due to scarcity of funds modern equipment was not available. The project was constructed with stone instead of concrete. A cement factory was constructed near Macherla to meet the project requirement. A railway line was laid connecting the project location and the cement factory. Stones were supplied from the nearby Sunkesula quaries. Sand was supplied from Rayavaram stream and Halia river. The construction of the dam was completed by 1969. The dam came under full usage from 1972 after fitting the crest gates. Two canals - the left and right canals were constructed to supply water from this reservoir. Total expenditure on the project (including maintenance till 2005) is around 1300 crore rupees. The number of workers participating in the project varied from 45,000 to 70,000. Around 174 people died due to accidents during the construction
power.
• The hydro electric plant has a power generation capacity of 815.6 MW with 8 units(1x110 MW+7x100.8 MW). First unit was commissioned on 7th March 1978 and 8th unit on 24th December, 1985. The right canal plant has a power generation capacity of 90 MW with 3 units of 30 MW each. The left canal plant has a power generation capacity of 60 MW with 2 units of 30 MW eachCatchment Area : 215000 sq km (83012 sq mi)
• status
• Masonry dam
o Spillway of dam : 471 m
o Non-over flow dam : 979 m
o Length of Masonry dam : 1450 m
o Maximum height : 125 m
• Earth dam
o Total Length of Earth dam : 3414 m
o Maximum height : 26 m
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I am using Airtel mobile service.Last month I accidently activated a VAS pack of Rs 50.This VAS pack again automatically activated in november.So I called the customer care dept of Airtel,he told me the way to deactivate this VAS pack,I did the same & I askd him that as i haven't used the VAS pack can i get refund for Rs 50.he launched a complaint & told that if it refunds,thenyou will get your money back after 48 hrs.but after 48 hrs Airtel activated another VAS pack of Rs 99 & Rs 30 on around 17nov,these VAS pack I didnt subscribed.So i claled for a refund of Rs129(99 + 30).From 17 nov i hav launched 5 complaints(3 at there toll free customer care no 121,1 in there customer care office at gangapur road,nasik,on26/27 nov they called me from some mumbai office& registered my complaint the phone no was[protected] or [protected])the last complaint was launced today on 7 nov in the morning at 10 amon there 121 call no.All the time i got some 48hrs date & nothing happened,so is this the way Airtel works?not solving there problem & waiting to see that on some day he will stop complaining?i would like you to look in this matter & post my problem in the newspaper.i didint subscribe for Rs99 & Rs 30 VAS pack so i m ready to launch a complaint in the consumer court but i have no details regarding the address,way to file the complaint&give me some suggesstion on it.
i look forward to your newspaper to bring my problem in public as there might be many people from whom Airtel has cheated but due to the lazy customer care team on work no problem been solve.

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your loyal customer
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