Cauvery dispute: Karnataka water minister DK Shivakumar writes to Tamil Nadu CM Palaniswami, seeks 'amicable solution'
Shivakumar urged Tamil Nadu to present the project details of the Cauvery river water and also hold a discussion on the same at a convenient time.
Karnataka could take leaf out of Tamil Nadu's book: Intricate network of canals avoided Kodagu-like flooding in state
It is admirable how Tamil Nadu has managed water received from Karnataka's Cauvery river. After the recent rainfall that devastated the Kodagu district of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu received copious amounts of water
SC rejects Karnataka's plea to defer draft Cauvery scheme on account of state govt formation in Bengaluru
The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected Karnataka's plea that finalisation of the draft Cauvery management scheme should be put on hold as the process of formation of a new government in the state is underway.
The Centre is committing a "blunder" by not forming the Cauvery Management Board (CMB), Tamil actor and Makkal Neethi Maiyam (MNM) president Kamal Haasan said on Wednesday.
Speaking at the venue, Palaniswamy blamed rival DMK for the state not getting Cauvery waters.
MK Stalin upped the ante on the Cauvery water issue, suggesting that Tamil Nadu MPs should resign if Narendra Modi does not meet the all-party delegation.
Cauvery verdict: Tamil Nadu CM K Palaniswamy says reduction in quantum of water to state 'disappointing'
Chief Minister K Palaniswamy said Supreme Court verdict reducing quantum of Cauvery water to be released for Tamil Nadu to 177.25 tmcft was disappointing
Cauvery verdict: AIADMK says Palaniswamy govt will continue fight as DMK slams it for improper handling of case
The AIADMK said its government would continue efforts to get adequate share of Cauvery water even as the Opposition DMK hit out at it over the alleged inept handling of the case in the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court on Friday directed the Karnataka government to release 177.25 tmcft of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu from its inter-state Biligundlu dam
Cauvery dispute: Tribunal gets six-month extension to submit report over sharing of water between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu
Centre has given a six-month extension to the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal (CWDT) to submit its report, according to an official order.
Cauvery dispute: Tamil Nadu moves Supreme Court, accuses Karnataka of not releasing due share of river water
The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed Tamil Nadu to file a fresh plea alleging that Karnataka was not giving its due share of 22.5 TMC of Cauvery water.
A court on Monday granted bail to Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti in a defamation case filed against her by Congress leader Digvijaya Singh. Judicial Magistrate Ajay Singh Thakur granted her bail on a security of Rs 10,000 in the 13-year-old case.
A supervisory committee, led by Central Water Commission chairman GS Jha, will visit the Cauvery basin area from 7 October to 15 October to assess "ground realities" as directed by the Supreme Court, a top official said on Tuesday.
Karnataka was on Tuesday directed to release 2,000 cusecs Cauvery water per day to Tamil Nadu from 7 to 18 October by the Supreme Court, which deferred its order asking the Centre to set up Cauvery Water Management Board till it finally decided on appeals relating to the age-old water dispute.
Taking Karnataka to task for its repeated "defiance" by flouting its orders on release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu and giving it a last chance, the Supreme Court had yesterday asked it to discharge 6,000 cusecs from October 1 to 6, warning no one would know when the "wrath of the law" would fall on it.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has called an all-party meeting at 5 pm on Saturday to discuss future course of action.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has convened an all-party meeting on Saturday to discuss future course of action in the wake of fresh Supreme Court order for release of 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water per day till 6 October to Tamil Nadu.
The Opposition in Karnataka on Wednesday asked the state government at an all party meeting not to release 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu till Thursday as per the Supreme Court's fresh order.
A day after the outbreak of violence over the issue of sharing Cauvery water with Tamil Nadu, offices of IT giants TCS, Infosys and Wipro as also e-commerce majors Flipkart and Amazon remained closed in the city on Tuesday.
Uneasy calm prevailed in violence-hit Bengaluru on Tuesday even as protests resumed at Mandya and Mysuru over releasing more Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu.