Expressing concern over the ill-effects of Brijesh Kumar tribunal verdict, Telugu Desam president Nara Chandrababu Naidu said that the delta region of coastal Andhra would turn into desert.

The State government on Tuesday tabled the supplementary estimates (second instalment) in the Legislative Assembly, seeking sanction for additional expenditure of Rs 5,060.41 crore, including Rs 500 crore to take up the Upper Krishna projects.

The provision for the UKP comes in the wake of the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal award allotting 177 tmc ft water to Karnataka under

Speedy completion of Pulichintala project on Krishna river, diversion of Godavari water from Polavaram project to Prakasam barrage and construction of check dams along the Krishna river are some suggestions made by irrigation experts, advocates and Delta Parirakshana Samiti leaders to mitigate the irrigation water problem to be faced by the Krishna delta in future, following the Brijesh Kumar Trib

The last time he went on a fast was for stricken farmers in Andhra Pradesh and now, it's against the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal verdict.

The former Congress MP will sit on a fast at the Jantar Mantar in New Delhi to protest, what he claims, is 'injustice' to Andhra Pradesh.

On December 30 last year, the Krishna Water Dispute Tribunal, in its verdict, awarded the largest share of water f

All parties must learn to give and take
Business Standard / New Delhi January 06, 2011, 0:26 IST

All river water-sharing awards invite controversy. So, the varied reaction to the ruling given by the second Krishna water disputes tribunal, headed by Justice Brijesh Kumar Mishra, is not surprising.

Jan. 3: Union Minister of state for steel and mines A. Sai Pratap termed the judgement given by the tribunal on Krishna waters as unjustified.

Criticising the Krishna Tribunal award on sharing of Krishna river water, the Karnataka Rakshana Vedike (KRV) has urged the state government to file a review petition before the Tribunal to set right the lapses and injustice to the State.

The members of Karnataka Rakshana Vedike and Dalit and Backward Castes Forum staging a protest, condemning the Krishna tribunal verdict, in Mysore on Monday.

Fixing quotas for withdrawal of Krishna river water by riparian states, the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal (KWDT) today allocated the maximum share to Andhra Pradesh but allowed Karnataka to increase the water storage level of the Almatti dam from 519.6 m to 524.26 m.

The tribunal, the second related to the dispute and constituted in 2004 under Justice (retired) Brijesh Kumar, allocated 1,001

Fixing quotas for withdrawal of the Krishna river water by riparian states, the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal (KWDT) on Thursday allocated the maximum share to Andhra Pradesh but allowed Karnataka to increase the water storage level of the Almatti dam from 519 m to 524.26 m.

The tribunal, the second related to the dispute and constituted in 2004 under Justice (retired) Brijesh Kumar, allocate

In a welcome news for the state, the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal-II (KWDT-II) has enhanced its share of Krishna water from 585 TMC to 666 TMC.

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