Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar today asked the Centre not to notify the Cauvery Tribunal award without consulting all the river basin states.

Undeterred by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s refusal to meet him on two occasions in the recent past to discuss the controversial Cauvery water issue, Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar has

The Punjab and Haryana governments had failed to reach a consensus on sharing of water under the Kajauli water supply scheme, according to the minutes of the meeting that were submitted to the Punj

The Supreme Court today made it clear that it will not interfere with the Cauvery Monitoring Committee’s (CMC) order directing Karnataka to provide Tamil Nadu with 12 thousand million cubic feet (t

Disregarding the directive of the Cauvery Monitoring Committee (CMC), Karnataka has stopped releasing Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu.

The Supreme Court today made it clear that it will not interfere with the Cauvery Monitoring Committee’s order directing Karnataka to provide Tamil Nadu with 12 TMCft of Cauvery water during Decemb

Karnataka on Tuesday raised before the Supreme Court the question of maintainability of Tamil Nadu's plea for release of minimum 30 tmc-ft of Cauvery river water to save its standing samba crop.

The Supreme Court today advised Karnataka to gracefully share Cauvery water with the lower riparian state of Tamil Nadu.

As anticipated, the Supreme Court directed Cauvery water sharing talks between Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar and Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa failed to yield any results as

Talks between chief ministers of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka on Cauvery water sharing row, held at the suggestion of the Supreme Court, today failed to break the ice with both sides sticking to their

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