Cauvery Management Board(Search results - 42)
KarnatakaJul 2, 2018, 4:11 PM IST
Cauvery water row: Karnataka asked to release 34 TMC water to Tamil Nadu
The meeting of the Cauvery Management Board has resulted in Karnataka being asked to release 34 TMC water to Tamil Nadu.
KarnatakaJun 22, 2018, 8:28 AM IST
This is what Karnataka CM has to say on giving Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu
Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy seems to have delivered his promise by releasing the required share of the Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu
Jun 9, 2018, 5:53 PM IST
The anti-Kaala sentiment is a loss to the Karnataka Government; Here's why
Kaala: a movie's timely release that could have worked in favour of the JDS-Congress ruling Karnataka
Jun 4, 2018, 3:41 PM IST
'I can be a squirrel, a bridge or the slipper people walk on', says Kamal Haasan on Cauvery issue
Kamal Haasan's meet with Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy brings hope on Cauvery issue
May 15, 2018, 8:56 AM IST
Karnataka Water Resources Minister MB Patil reacts to the Cauvery management scheme
The Water Resource Minister of Karnataka was in complete disagreement with the Cauvery management scheme.
May 3, 2018, 12:06 PM IST
Cauvery verdict: Supreme Court adjourns matter to May 8, orders Karnataka to release 4 tmc water to Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu says that the Centre asking for more time is a betrayal of the state by BJP
Apr 17, 2018, 6:44 PM IST
Ayyakannu sleeps next to the dead bodies for Cauvery water, will his pleas be heard?
Tamil Nadu's farmer leader and advocate Ayyakannau who is on a stir for years now for the cause of farmers recently entered Trichy Oyamari Cemetery and staged a protest by sleeping next to the dead bodies there, demanding the formation of Cauvery Management Board.
Apr 12, 2018, 5:11 PM IST
TN for Cauvery Management Board: BJP's answer to 'Go Back Modi'
Tamil Naidu has been fighting relentlessly for Cauvery Management Board. The protesters may have successfully bid goodbye to IPL 2018 in Chennai. Now they have attempted to protest against PM Modi as he arrived at the Chennai airport to attend a defence programme. Protesters say Modi Go Back. BJP has a ready answer. And what is Congress' take? Watch this video on Asianet Newsable.
Apr 12, 2018, 4:12 PM IST
Cauvery Row: People unite against PMK members, bash them for forcefully shutting shops in TN
Common man has been facing the brunt of PMK members since the demand for Cauvery Management Board gained momentum in the city. The IPL match, which was conducted in Chennai, also added to the existing plight of the people. But recently, PMK members got the taste of their own medicine after several shop owners united and bashed up the hooligans, who were forcefully shutting down the shops. As many as 100 people stood against the injustice. Watch the video on Asianet Newsable to know how it transpired.
Apr 12, 2018, 2:25 PM IST
Cauvery row: Protests erupt outside Chennai airport after arrival of PM ModiProtesters demonstrate outside Chennai airport over Cauvery issue as Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives.
Apr 11, 2018, 8:44 AM IST
IPL 2018: Cauvery protesters throw shoes in the stadium during CSK-KKR game in Chennai
An incident has come to light where a group of protesters fighting for the Cauvery Management Board were found throwing shoes from an upper tier on to the field. Kolkata Knight Riders were batting against Chennai Super Kings when few shoes hurled from the upper tier and two people were arrested. Watch this video on Asianet Newsable to know more about this incident during IPL 2018.
Apr 10, 2018, 3:33 PM IST
IPL 2018 and CSK are unnecessarily targeted in Chennai over Cauvery
Chennai Super Kings, led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is all set to take on Kolkata Knight Riders on April 10 in their home ground. It is a big match for the Chennai outfit, which is returning to the tournament after a hiatus of two years after serving a ban for betting activities of its officials. Political groups and cinema artistes in Tamil Nadu have demanded that matches should not be played at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium or Chepauk Stadium in Chennai as a mark of protest against the Centre for not setting up the Cauvery Management Board (CMB). Is IPL becoming a soft target for protests of all kinds?
Apr 10, 2018, 9:21 AM IST
Tamil actor Simbu touches Kannadiga’s hearts over Cauvery issue
The long-standing conflict between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu regarding the distribution of Cauvery river water, has often been used for vote bank politics. Usually, the Tamil film industry – Kollywood – unite and speak against the Kannadigas and Karnataka. But for the first time, a Tamil actor Simbu has spoken in favour of the people of Karnataka. His statement where he has expressed his concern about the plight of Kannadigas, has gone heavily viral on social media. Also, the video has been garnering a lot of appreciation from all quarters.
In the video, Simbu said though he is not born in Karnataka, considering himself as born to a Kannada mother he is appealing to the mother to share the leftover water post the consumption by her Kannada children. He gave a call to “dear Kannadigas, give one glass of water to a Tamilian, make a video and send.”
He appealed to Kannadigas “on , between , saying, I request every friend, brother, sister and mother of Karnataka to post a video of them giving a glass of water to a fellow Tamilan. I hope they will support us in our critical struggle! After all, we are all humans before any form of discrimination.” He also said “if you fail to do so, we will conclude that you do not want to share water. We do not want politics over a sensitive issue like this one,” he said.
Cauvery row has caused much tension in Tamil Nadu and the politicians have been trying to bend the issue for their own benefits. To join the movement, Tamil film industry also held a silent protest. Simbu said “Attempts are made to divide men in the name of religion, caste and location. I am not here to talk about the Supreme Court judgement or Cauvery Tribunal. We are demanding a lot of water but when heavy rains flooded our houses why didn’t anybody speak?” he asked.
Dividing humans for various reasons, is a major problem. Let us fight against it in the social network #UniteForHumanity. Let us imbibe humanitarian concerns, he said.