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Cauvery water dispute verdict: Karnataka gets more water due to drinking water crisis in Bengaluru

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      Cauvery waters verdict : Supreme Court gives verdict in Karnataka's favour | Oneindia News
      The Cauvery waters verdict delivered today by a three judge Bench of the Supreme Court of India. It is a crucial day for the states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu as a lot would depend on this verdict.

      Cauvery water dispute verdict LIVE: K'taka gets more water due to drinking water crisis in Bengaluru

      The verdict was pronounced by a Bench comprising Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, Justices Amitava Roy and Khanwilkar. The Bench had reserved its verdict after a marathon hearing on September 20, 2017. The court had in January said that it would deliver within a month its verdict on the decades old Cauvery water dispute between riparian states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, saying enough confusion has been created on it for over two decades.

      Read | What is the Cauvery waters dispute: A timeline

      While both sides would hope for a favourable verdict, the atmosphere is tense in both the states. Security is at an unprecedented high at the KRS dam and Mandya in Karnataka which forms the Cauvery basin.

      Read | Cauvery waters verdict: The four possible judgments

      Follow all the live updates of the Cauvery verdict here:

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      All top officials from the states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu arrive in Delhi

      Battery of lawyers from both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu to be present in Supreme Court

      Chief Ministers of both states to receive regular briefing on verdict

      TN Cauvery technical cell chairman Subramaniam arrives in New Delhi

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