The inflows into Biligundulu, from where the Central Water Commission (CWC)' monitors the water received in the Cauvery river on the Tamil Nadu side was recorded as over 4,200 cusecs. (PTI) As Karnataka began release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu amid snowballing protests by farmers, the government on Wednesday said it was "inevitable" for it to comply with the Supreme Court order even though the state itself was facing "serious distress".

NEXT NEWS By Soma Basu Last Updated: Saturday 04 July 2015 . SC orders immediate release of Cauvery water to save Tamil Nadu’s standing crops . THE KARNATAKA legislature on Monday passed a new resolution clearing the release of Cauvery water to farm land in the Cauvery basin in Karnataka. Karnataka releases Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu; farmers continue protest, schools shut. They were already releasing 192 TMC to Tamil Nadu. Karnataka will release more water from the river Cauvery to neighbouring Tamil Nadu as per the Supreme Court order, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said this evening, after an all-party meet. August 2016: Tamil Nadu asks the Supreme Court to direct Karnataka to release water to Tamil Nadu after Siddaramiah says there is no water in the reservoirs. The water war between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka escalated on Tuesday after the Supreme Court ordered the release of 15,000 cusec water a day from the Cauvery river, sparking protests in …
This means that the Karnataka government will also indirectly follow the Supreme Court’s directive to release 6,000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu … The Supreme Court on Friday, in a verdict on the Cauvery river water dispute, reduced the allocation of water from Karnataka to Tamil Nadu. Cauvery Row: Release Water to Tamil Nadu, SC tells Karnataka File image of Cauvery The Supreme Court has refused to modify its order directing Karnataka to share 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu, and instructed the Attorney General of India to facilitate talks between chief ministers of … State claims it has lost a third of its standing crops and that remaining crops on 600,000 ha need to be irrigated at once . The Supreme Court had on Monday gave Karnataka three days to respond to Tamil Nadu's plea and release 15,000 cusecs of water daily for 10 days from September 7-16. Karnataka will release more water from the river Cauvery to neighbouring Tamil Nadu as per the Supreme Court order, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said this evening, after an all-party meet. Karnataka will now supply 177.25 tmc instead of … Cauvery Water Dispute: Release of Water to Tamil Nadu 'Inevitable', Says Karnataka Govt File photo of Cauvery river. Amid protests, Karnataka has started releasing Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu complying with the Supreme Court directive asking it to release 15,000 cusecs per day to the neighbouring state for ten days. The Supreme Court had directed the Karnataka government to release 15,000 cusecs … September 2002: The Cauvery River Authority, presided over by then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee directs Karnataka to release 9,000 cusecs per day of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu. The Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal (CWDT) then calculated the water inflow to Tamil Nadu between 1980 and 1990. Karnataka on Thursday refused to release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu due to low storage in its reservoir and poor inflow.