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16 February 2018 Current Events Cauvery River Verdict: Karnataka to get more water

The apex court of India has decided to cut down the share of water of Tamil Nadu and has increased the share of Karnataka. Supreme court has given an additional 14(point)75 TMC of Cauvery water to Karnataka. Karnataka, after the decision of the Supreme Court, will now release 177 TMC to Tamil Nadu instead of 92. The long-awaited verdict came just months before the Karnataka elections and is claimed as a big win by the ruling Congress party. 


Cauvery River Verdict: Karnataka to get more water

The apex court of India has decided to cut down the share of water of Tamil Nadu and has increased the share of Karnataka. Supreme court has given an additional 14(point)75 TMC of Cauvery water to Karnataka. Karnataka, after the decision of the Supreme Court, will now release 177 TMC to Tamil Nadu instead of 92. The long-awaited verdict came just months before the Karnataka elections and is claimed as a big win by the ruling Congress party. 




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