Cauvery Water Issue Between Karnataka and Tamilnadu, Thousands Of Crores Already Wasted, Check Live Updates.

Bangalore - Cauvery Water Issue Between Karnataka and Tamilnadu, Thousands Of Crores Already Wasted, Check Live Updates. This is water issue between karnataka and tamilnadu for cauvery water which goes from karnataka to tamilnadu. High court gave order to release 12000 cusecs daily to tamilnadu. Daily there are protests and bandh's going on in karnataka. Today many buses and hotels of karnataka in chennai got fired and thousands of crores got wasted till now in all forms.



  1. ANI - Following fresh protests, Many schools and Offices got closed early today.
  2. Newsnation - Supreme court modifies order and asks to send 12000 cusecs/day to tamilnadu. 
  3. NDTV - 15000 policemen and officers deployed till now in allover bangalore city.
  4. Hindustan times - Metro service resumes after 20 minutes suspension.
  5. NDTV - Anger in tamilnadu, karnataka, Vehicles are warned which are going to tamilnadu.
  6. All india radio - Vehicles lined up to 10Km near krishna giri district.
  7. Check below the letter written by Karnataka CM Sidharammaih to Jayalalitha, Tamilnadu CM.
  8. All schools and offices were shuted down and may continue for coming days. 
  9. Situation is very terrible in bengaluru, Better to stay home or at safe place near by. 
  10. Ola, Uber and Cab services suspended in bengaluru. 
  11. Better shop owners of kannada and tamilnadu should close thier shops to be safe. 
  12. Slow moving traffic from richmond circle to shantinagar busstop
  13. High alert at kengeri, TN registered van got stopped and burnt, protests started again. 
  14. Traffic jam on richmond road, dairy circle, Hsr layout and btm, Go possible way. 
  15. Truck at kengeri was live burnt, No Police, No protection from last 3 hours. 
  16. Police confirmed 144 section from 17.00 hours, 5 pm. 
  17. Protest at Nice road, Bengaluru, Traffic stopped. 
  18. Protest live at Chamrajpet, Kamakshipalya, sukadakatte Jn, Gopalan mal, Belandur, Ecospace. 
  19. 20+ Buses just fired at kengeri, Bengaluru of Tamilnadu private owner.
  20. #CauveryIssue: More than 20 buses set on fire by protesters in B'luru pic.twitter.com/2Hg0XDouFJ
    — NewsX (@NewsX) September 12, 2016






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