Definitions

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  • noun India The area served by an irrigation project such as a canal, dam or a tank.

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Examples

  • The Telugu Desam Party had utterly failed to create additional ayacut and come to the rescue of farmers during its nine year rule, while the Praja Rajyam was not even born when the government secured all clearances for the Polavaram project.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • The State Irrigation Department had objected to this project coming up on a land for which it used tribal funds to create the ayacut for the girijans.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • VISAKHAPATNAM: The 2640 MW thermal power plant in Komarada mandal in Vizianagaram district for which the Department of Environment and Forests has given clearance this month is within an irrigation ayacut created by the State government by spending crores of rupees from the Tribal Sub-Plan Budget.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • 'Project within irrigation ayacut created by spending money from Tribal Sub-Plan budget'

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • The demand may pick up again once water was released under Ghanapoor ayacut for which the administration was well prepared.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • The ayacut in Godavari Central Delta in East Godavari district is 2.01 lakh acres.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Total ayacut in Godavari Central Delta in the district is 2.01 lakh acres

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  • The existing ayacut in Godavari Central Ddelta is being irrigated through Godavari central delta main canal, Gannvaram Canal, Amalapuram Canal and Bank Canal.

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  • As much as 167 tmcft was required to irrigate the ayacut in Krishna delta last year.

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  • The ayacut of Prakasam Barrage that receives water from the Nagarjuna Sagar Project was

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