Cauvery river

What ails Muthupet mangroves?

Muthupet was once, a favourite wintering ground for more than a hundred species of migratory water birds, including the Grey Pelican, Greater Flamingo, Terns and Teals.

published on : 8th February 2021

College lecturer, three children drown in Cauvery, two bodies recovered

According to Musiri fire official Muniyandi, all four people had entered the river without realising that the portion of the river was 12ft deep with strong currents.

published on : 17th November 2020

Edappadi seeks Union govt nod for Cauvery rejuvenation project

Also requests Centre to include TN in Atal Bhujal Yojana since it is a water-deficient State

published on : 19th August 2020

Mekedatu: Tamil Nadu Assembly condemns Karnataka, CWC; CM accuses Centre of partiality

A resolution to this effect moved by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami was unanimously adopted by the House. 

published on : 6th December 2018

Centre rejects Cauvery mini hydel project in wildlife sanctuary

The Centre has rejected a second mini hydel project on Cauvery river which was falling in the eco-sensitive zone (ESZ) of Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary in Mandya district.

published on : 18th April 2018

No shift in IPL match from Chennai, says Rajeev Shukla

With Tamil Nadu's Cauvery river water sharing row with Karnataka hotting up, there were speculations that a few IPL matches of the present season might be shifted to Kerala.

published on : 9th April 2018

Tamil film fraternity launches hunger strike for Cauvery Management Board; Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan join

Joining the growing chorus for Cauvery Management Board, the Tamil film industry today jumped into protests by observing a one-day fast at Valluvarkottam in Chennai.

published on : 8th April 2018

Tamil Nadu: Rumblings in opposition camp over DMK’s Cauvery stir strategies

The Opposition leaders were kept in the dark over a secret plan to stage a demonstration at Valluvar Kottam on Sunday morning, soon after the all-party meeting. 

published on : 3rd April 2018

'Karnataka deserves more Cauvery water'

Though the Supreme Court recently awarded 14.75 tmcft more water to Karnataka in its verdict to resolve the Cauvery river water dispute, leaders in Karnataka opine that the state deserved more.

published on : 25th February 2018

Pondicherry CM V Narayanasamy hails Supreme Court verdict on sharing of Cauvery water 

The CM went on to add that the verdict ensured the Union Territory would continue to receive seven tmcft for Karaikal region lying at the tail-end of the river basin.

published on : 16th February 2018