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Actual release of water by Karnataka to Tamil Nadu to be 192 tmcft annually
Justice done: Karunanidhi
NEW DELHI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minsiter M. Karunanidhi has welcomed the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal's order. "Justice has been done to the State," he said here. Asked for his reaction, he said: "We welcome the award. We hope Karnataka will ...
Karnataka weighs options
BANGALORE: The Karnataka Government on Monday put off giving its views on the final order of the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal, saying its reaction would be announced after discussions with leaders of all political parties. A meeting was ...
Final Order of the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal
If yield of Cauvery basin is less in a distress year, the allocated shares shall be proportionately reduced among the States
National Games: ULFA withdraws boycott call
IMPHAL: The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) on Monday withdrew its call for boycott of the 33rd National Games beginning in Guwahati on February 9. In statement issued through e-mail, ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa said the decision ...
Tribunal fixes monthly release schedule
NEW DELHI: In its final award, the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal has by and large maintained the schedule of monthly water release by Karnataka to Tamil Nadu that was suggested in the interim award. While the June 25, 1991 interim award ...
Agreements of 1892, 1924 held valid
NEW DELHI: The Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal on Monday held as valid the two agreements of 1892 and 1924 executed between the Governments of Madras and Mysore on the apportionment of water to Tamil Nadu. It said the latest order would supersede ...
Missing facts on Kashmir disappearances
Tallies of the numbers of those missing vary widely. But this should not be used to stonewall action against the perpetrators of human rights violations.
Manipur's territorial integrity will be protected, says Sonia
Armed Forces Act will be withdrawn totally when situation improves
Mumbai wins end game, regains Ranji Trophy
Zaheer takes home team to 37th title
Malik for campaign against rights violations
Begins four-day protest against fake encounters; general strike on Tuesday
Violence after reimposition of prohibitory orders at Singur
KOLKATA: Violence broke out on the outskirts of Singur in West Bengal's Hooghly district on Monday after prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code were reimposed for another 10 days at the site where work on the Tata ...
Strict action against those involved: Antony
NEW DELHI: Defence Minister A.K. Antony has promised strict action against army personnel involved in the killing of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir. "We will not tolerate human rights violations. We will take strict action against the ...
Probe assured into all "cases of missing"
JAMMU: The Additional Superintendent of Police, Anantnag, Javed Iqbal Mattoo, on Monday assured protesters that all the cases of missing people would be reopened and a fair investigation conducted. In Srinagar, hundreds of people marched through ...
Let's jointly utilise outer space: Antony
`India against its weaponisation'
Planning Commission fixes State's annual plan at Rs. 14,000 crore
Top priority will be given to agriculture, says Karunanidhi
Verdict: unsatisfactory, but less so
In years of distress the allocated shares will be proportionately reduced
Speculation rife as Putin nears end of his second term
MOSCOW: A year before his second and last term runs out, Russian President Vladimir Putin said political consolidation and economic growth were the main problems for the coming power succession. "I hope very much that all branches of authority ...
Talk to the Tigers, TNA tells Colombo
COLOMBO: The pro-LTTE Tamil National Alliance (TNA) has chosen not to respond formally to the offer made by Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa for dialogue on resolution of the ethnic conflict even as two more persons were killed in ...
A new lease of life for ancient Indian treasures
NEW DELHI: These are perhaps the biggest Indian bestsellers of all time. Having survived the test of time in more ways than one, 44 landmark literary works ranging from Arthashastra to the epic saga of good versus evil, ...
Pension regulator can appoint fund managers
They will be drawn from PSBs and financial institutions
Idea Cellular IPO to open on Feb 12
The price band has been fixed between Rs. 65 and Rs. 75
State not satisfied with Cauvery award
ALAPPUZHA: Chief Minister V. S. Achuthanandan and Water Resources Minister N. K. Premachandran said here on Monday that the State was not satisfied with the final order delivered by the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal awarding 30 tmcft of water ...
Militants had plans to trigger blasts in Delhi on Monday: Police
NEW DELHI: The four suspected Jaish-e-Mohammad militants arrested following an encounter with the Special Cell of the Delhi police near the Ranjit Singh flyover here on Sunday night had plans to carry out blasts at busy market places in the ...
Vijayawada Mayor manhandled
Ugly scene at VMC meeting over impasse on water meter issue
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