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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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The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration's (Pagasa) dam bulletin showed that water level at Angat Dam further rose to 177.54 meters as of 6:00 a.m., Sunday.
The report comes more than a year after the Solai/ Patel Dam tragedy on May 9 last year.
Moving the Dam Safety Bill, 2019 for passage, Shekhawat said India had the third-largest number of dams in the world.
round farming in the northern regions, through the construction of dams, under the 'One Village One Dam' programme.
The Vaal Dam has this week continued to slightly drop despite hovering at reasonably firm levels which have defied the frosty and dry winter conditions.
PESHAWAR -- The feasibility studies and detailed designs of 16 small dams were completed in Khyber Pakhunkhwa with an objective to store floods and rain waters for irrigation and clean drinking water to people.
An amount of Rs.1750 million for Raising of Mangla dam Project, Rs 400 million was released for Nai Gaj Dam (Dadu), Rs.
Mohamand dam has a water storage capacity of 1.28 million acre feet and power generation potential of 730 megawatt.
Based on the report, Cong Dadong Dam in Arayat, Pampanga, suffered the most infrastructure damage, estimated to cost about P20 million.
"At present, the water input to the Karkheh dam is 2,287 cubic meters per second, and the water output from this dam is 2,400 cubic meters per second," noted Lashkari.
Senator Usman Kakar said, 'One cannot build a big dam in Rs7 billion to Rs8 billion donated by the people, but this amount can play a major role in minimising the water shortage problem in Balochistan.'
The dams have never been rehabilitated since 1963 after the British moved out of the country after Kenya attained independence.Despite the existence of the dams, the national government will spend S5 billion to build another dam in the neighbouring Kigumo Constituency which is meant to provide water for irrigation in Maragua.