N Ramaswami, a leader of the DMK’s state unit, too indicated the party is ready to join hands with its erstwhile bête noire.
“The Cauvery issue is in the court and we cannot do anything about it.
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Protests over use of Hindi signages in Bengaluru Metro are breaking barriers with organisations that were up in arms against each other over Cauvery water sharing dispute are now teaming up to oppose the “imposition” of the language.
The Karnataka Rakshana Vedika (KRV), a pro-Kannada organisation, which spearheaded a violent protest against Tamil Nadu last year over the water dispute, has now approached a political party of the neighbouring state to bolster its anti-Hindi movement.
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