The Cauvery river water dispute and beyond (part 2)

With the skies opening up for a few days and the noise over the Cauvery water sharing coming down, life will go on as usual for most people. And our politicians, legal luminaries and policy makers will start their complex negotiations on how best to share the available water when the situation arises again, possibly next year itself. … Continue reading

The Cauvery river water dispute and beyond…(1st part)

The home office of the UK government has predicted that future migrations will be led not by economic reasons but by the availability of water and good weather.  Future wars have been predicted over water and its use. The recent dispute over the sharing the Cauvery waters is now clearly demonstrating that such events are no longer something that will happen in the distant future but issues that we will have to deal with, in the here and now. … Continue reading