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Last updated: Sep 22 2016 16:18 IST RSS 2.0
 
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NIVEDI experts to probe Similipal anthrax 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Siddaramaiah goes by political consensus, public perception 22.9.2016 Hindu: Cities
He is the second CM, after S.M. Krishna in 2002, to not release water despite apex court order
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Jam pops out of magic box again 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
Reopening of the underpass has only added to traffic woes, say motorists
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Solar power plant to begin generation by Apr 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
First phase will add 600MW; will have a total power generation capacity of 2,000 MW when fully operational
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Friends-turned-foes Deve Gowda, Siddaramaiah join hands for Cauvery 22.9.2016 Hindu: Cities
The deepening Cauvery crisis has brought together friends-turned-foes H.D. Deve Gowda and Siddaramaiah. This has set off speculation on the long-term political calculations of this bonhomie.The swift ...
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MP CM woos industry from Karnataka 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
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K'taka halts Cauvery release, special House session today to take a call 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
At the end of a day of hectic parleys, state cabinet defers decision on release of 6k cusecs to TN till it is discussed in assembly on Friday
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No question of contempt of court, says Kumaraswamy 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Is state inviting contempt of court? 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Samiti calls for govt office bAndh 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Tension hangs thick, travel becomes a bane 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
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SC order is complex and unimplementable, says Siddaramaiah 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Erratic rainfall activity linked to climate change? 22.9.2016 TOI: Home
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Cauvery dispute: K'taka Cabinet decides not to release water to TN 22.9.2016 New Kerala: India News
Cauvery dispute: K'taka Cabinet decides not to release water to TN
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Cauvery row: Karnataka defers water release to TN; calls legislature session on Friday 22.9.2016 DNA: Wide Angle
The Karnataka government on Wednesday night decided to defer release of 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu till September 23, when a special session of the state legislature would take a decision on the Supreme Court direction. "The Cabinet has decided to defer release of water," Chief Minister Siddaramaiah told reporters in a brief statement after an emergency Cabinet meeting which was preceded by an all-party and council of ministers meetings during the day. Siddaramaiah said the cabinet decided to convene the special session of the state legislature on September 23 in the backdrop of the apex court order yesterday, ordering Karnataka to release 6,000 cusecs of water till September 27 from today. He said the all-party meeting had advised the government to call the special legislature session to discuss the Supreme Court's direction and the Cabinet decided accordingly. The Cauvery Supervisory Committee had on September 19 asked Karnataka to release 3,000 cusecs per day from September 21 to 30 ...
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Cauvery row: Karnataka defers water release to Tamil Nadu; calls legislature session on Sept 23 to decide 22.9.2016 Zee News : States
Siddaramaiah said the cabinet decided to convene the special session of the state legislature on September 23 in the backdrop of the apex court order.
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Karnataka defers Cauvery water release to Tamil Nadu 22.9.2016 Rediff: News
CM Siddaramaiah has called legislature session on September 23 to discuss the SC's direction.
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Karnataka defies Supreme Court order, not to release water to TN 21.9.2016 DNA: Top News
After a day of political drama and meetings, the Karnataka government has decided not to release water to the Tamil Nadu against the Supreme Court verdict that directed the state to release 6,000 cusecs of water per day till September 27. The decision came after a series of state cabinet meetings and an all-party meet on Wednesday. Karnataka water resources minister, MB Patil had earlier indicated that the state is not in a position to release further water to Tamil Nadu as the water level in the reservoirs had reduced due to release of water to Tamil Nadu. Facing crisis over the SC's verdict, the chief minister Siddaramaiah turned to his political rivals including Janata Dal (Secular) and BJP for seeking an immediate solution. Siddaramaiah met former Prime Minister and JD(S) Supremo, HD Deve Gowda in the latter's residence in Bengaluru on Wednesday to decide over the Cauvery water release to Tamil Nadu. Sources said that Deve Gowda has put his weight behind Siddaramaiah government and told him not to ...
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No more water for Tamil Nadu;Karnataka decides,special House session on Saturday 21.9.2016 Oneindia.in: News
Bengaluru, Sep 21: The Karnataka Cabinet has decided that it will not release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu as per the interim order of the Supreme Court. At a cabinet meeting held in Karnataka today it was decided that water shall not be released
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Meet ponders over state's climate change challenge 21.9.2016 deccanherald.com
Diplomats from the UK, Germany, Switzerland and France, besides scientists and researchers took part in a conference on Wednesday to discuss the challenges and possible solutions to tackle climate change with special reference to Karnataka. 'The European Climate Action Day: Challenges and Innovative Solutions' was organised by European diplomatic missions in Bengaluru along with Fraunhofer, the German research organisation. Dinesh Gundu Rao, chairman, Karnataka Climate Parliament Steering Committee, said that the state was progressive in adopting renewable energy. "Legislators are becoming aware about climate change and renewable energy. They are raising these issues in the legislature," said Rao, who is also working president of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC). A panel discussion on energy and water concluded that these resources are available in adequate quantity but the challenge is to increase the efficiency of use. Mohan Kumar, chairman of the Indo-French Cell for Water Sciences of ...
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