Cauvery issue: DMK and farmers start the protest


In its February verdict, the Supreme Court had raised the 270 tmcft share of Karnataka by 14.75 tmcft and reduced Tamil Nadu’s share of Cauvery river water. It had granted six weeks to the Centre to regulate a scheme to ensure compliance of its judgement, which changed the Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal Award. The six-week period has ended on 29 March. As the central government has failed to act upon the Supreme Court’s order to constitute a Cauvery Water Management Board (CWMB) within six-week period, On 31 March, both the…

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Supreme Court reduces TamilNadu’s share of Cauvery Water

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The Supreme court judgement for the Cauvery water issue has arrived and it shocked the farmers and other people who are expecting the judgement eagerly. People  are in anger against the judgement. Political parties in Tamil Nadu on Friday expressed shock over the judgement on the Cauvery water dispute which reduced the state’s allocated share by 14.75tmcft (thousand million cubic feet), calculating the need to supply drinking water to Bengaluru city (4.75tmcft). AIADMK Rajya Sabha member A Navanatheekrishnan informed the reporters that the problem will be fixed soon. MK stalin…

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