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Cauvery row: Continue giving 2,000 cusecs to Tamil Nadu, SC to Karnataka

It would be incumbent upon the governments of both states to maintain peace and harmony, said the apex court

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Cauvery river
Kaveri river and the ancient Kallanai Dam seen near Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu (Source: Wikipedia)

The on Tuesday asked to continue supplying 2,000 cusecs of Cauvery river water to everyday till further orders.

While continuing with its October 4 order, the bench of Justice Dipak Misra, Justice Amitava Roy and Justice A M Khanwilkar said it would be incumbent upon the governments of both states to maintain peace and harmony.

People should not become law unto themselves, the bench said.

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Cauvery row: Continue giving 2,000 cusecs to Tamil Nadu, SC to Karnataka

It would be incumbent upon the governments of both states to maintain peace and harmony, said the apex court

It would be incumbent upon the governments of both states to maintain peace and harmony, said the apex court
The on Tuesday asked to continue supplying 2,000 cusecs of Cauvery river water to everyday till further orders.

While continuing with its October 4 order, the bench of Justice Dipak Misra, Justice Amitava Roy and Justice A M Khanwilkar said it would be incumbent upon the governments of both states to maintain peace and harmony.

People should not become law unto themselves, the bench said.
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Cauvery row: Continue giving 2,000 cusecs to Tamil Nadu, SC to Karnataka

It would be incumbent upon the governments of both states to maintain peace and harmony, said the apex court

The on Tuesday asked to continue supplying 2,000 cusecs of Cauvery river water to everyday till further orders.

While continuing with its October 4 order, the bench of Justice Dipak Misra, Justice Amitava Roy and Justice A M Khanwilkar said it would be incumbent upon the governments of both states to maintain peace and harmony.

People should not become law unto themselves, the bench said.

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