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Dam

A subdivision of the mohar, the currency of Nepal prior to 1932. A dam was equivalent to 1/128 of a mohar.
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groups began advocating for removal of the Condit Dam or, at least, the
In 2006, the Defence Housing Authority (DHA) purchased 18,000 kanals at the site where the dam was to be built and launched a housing scheme as a joint venture with Bahria Town.
While the Duterte administration is determined to push for the construction of the Kaliwa Dam and other large dams, such as the Laiban Dam and the revival of the Wawa Dam, some groups are not as excited.
Shri NK Mathur, Member, Central Water Commission presided over the Workshop and highlighted the need for the preparation of EAP for each dam and involvement of all agencies in ensuring effective relief and rescue operations.
The warm water capacity in dams and water reservoirs is around 5,4604 hectares in the province.
On the other hand, Initial work out for the construction of Dadocha Dam has been completed while Dotara Dam will be constructed near Khan Pur Dam and electricity would also be generated from this Dam.
The 452-foot earthen dam holding back the waters of Cougar Reservoir along the South Fork of the McKenzie River undergoes annual checks as well as more thorough inspections every five years.
State environmental law gives the responsibility of operating and maintaining a dam in a safe condition to the dam's owner, and requires the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to make sure these owners understand and do what is required to ensure a dam's integrity.
3 One such well-established method is the use of a rubber dam.
ISLAMABAD -- The Ministry of Water and Power has worked out a plan to construct 20 new small dams in Balochistan in the next three years.
The current study aims to assess these impacts on Kalabagh dam.
19 dams with storage capacity of 57,537 acre feet will bring 38,841 acres more land under cultivation.