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Cauvery row: SC dismisses plea seeking compensation from K'taka & TN

The apex court had ordered both TN and K'taka governments to file list of witnesses within a week

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The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the plea seeking compensation from both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu Governments for the loss of property during the Cauvery water-related dispute between both the states. Siva Kumar, a Tamil Nadu based activist had earlier filed the petition in the Supreme Court on the same. On January 9, the Tamil Nadu government sought a compensation of Rs 2,480 crore from Karnataka for not releasing water to the state despite getting the Supreme Court directive to do so. The apex court had ordered both the Tamil Nadu and the Karnataka governments ...

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Cauvery row: SC dismisses plea seeking compensation from K'taka & TN

The apex court had ordered both TN and K'taka governments to file list of witnesses within a week

The apex court had ordered both TN and K'taka governments to file list of witnesses within a week The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the plea seeking compensation from both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu Governments for the loss of property during the Cauvery water-related dispute between both the states. Siva Kumar, a Tamil Nadu based activist had earlier filed the petition in the Supreme Court on the same. On January 9, the Tamil Nadu government sought a compensation of Rs 2,480 crore from Karnataka for not releasing water to the state despite getting the Supreme Court directive to do so. The apex court had ordered both the Tamil Nadu and the Karnataka governments ... image
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Cauvery row: SC dismisses plea seeking compensation from K'taka & TN

The apex court had ordered both TN and K'taka governments to file list of witnesses within a week

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the plea seeking compensation from both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu Governments for the loss of property during the Cauvery water-related dispute between both the states. Siva Kumar, a Tamil Nadu based activist had earlier filed the petition in the Supreme Court on the same. On January 9, the Tamil Nadu government sought a compensation of Rs 2,480 crore from Karnataka for not releasing water to the state despite getting the Supreme Court directive to do so. The apex court had ordered both the Tamil Nadu and the Karnataka governments ...

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