New bid to fight floods in T Nagar
The New Indian Express|November 25, 2021
Officials working to discharge water into Mambalam canal at three points instead of one
NIRUPAMA VISWANATHAN

WITH T Nagar remaining one of the worst rain-affected areas, corporation officials are attempting alternative ways to dispose water. Instead of the single point of discharge for rainwater through GN Chetty Road to the Mambalam canal, officials are working to discharge water into the canal at three points. For this, runoff water is now being diverted through pipes and temporary road cuts but if successful in the coming spell of rains, it will become a permanent solution.

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