Cauvery Protests

  • Can't release Cauvery water to TN: Karnataka to panel October 11, 2012

    New Delhi: Karnataka on Thursday reiterated its stand on Cauvery water release to Tamil Nadu, informing the Monitoring Committee that it can't release more water to the south Indian state. The Supreme Court will now take up the matter on Friday. The Monitoring Committee report will be sent to Prime...
  • Cauvery dispute: Protests likely to continue today October 9, 2012

    Bangalore: The protests over the Cauvery water release to Tamil Nadu are likely to continue in southern Karnataka and Bangalore on Tuesday. Karnataka has sought a stay on the Cauvery order which directs it to release 9,000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu. The matter will come up for hearing...
  • Cauvery row: Protesters attack Wipro office amidst bandh October 8, 2012

    Bangalore: A few demonstraters entered the Mysore office of IT giant Wipro amidst the protests against release of Cauvery water during the bandh called by Kannada outfits in Karnataka on Saturday. The protesters entered the office and asked the staff to stop work in view of the bandh. A few...
  • K'taka: Protests over Cauvery continue; over 100 held October 1, 2012

    Bangalore: Protests against release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu continued for the second day on Monday with authorities deciding to deploy Rapid Action Force (RAF) to maintain peace in Mandya, the epicentre of the stir, even as four JD(S) MLAs and an MP submitted resignations to the party state...
  • K'taka: Water release to TN hits life in Cauvery basin October 1, 2012

    Bangalore: The release of 5,000 cusecs of water each from Kabini and KRS reservoirs to Tamil Nadu on the directions of the Supreme Court late on Saturday night has thrown normal life out of gear in the Cauvery basin as hundreds of people took to the streets on Sunday, demanding...
  • Protests handicap Karnataka tourism June 26, 2007

    New Delhi: Karnataka is a state that’s called a tourist's haven. Strolling in the Garden City, admiring ancient architecture, cooling off on virgin beaches, unwinding in breathtaking hill stations — the tourist can do it all in Karnataka. But for the past few weeks, the state's tourism industry has been held...