Forming a Cauvery Management Board, stopping Karanatak from building a new dam across Cauvery River and accepting Tamil Nadu's suggestions on GST figure in the wishlist submitted by Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday.
Jayalalithaa met Modi for the first time after she won the May assembly elections and became Tamil Nadu's Chief Minister again. During the meeting she submitted a 94-page, 29-point memorandum to Modi.
The other demands include retrieval of Katchatheevu, an islet ceded to Sri Lanka, making Tamil an official language as well as the functional language in the Madras High Court.
The memorandum also sought protection to Tamil Nadu fishermen and the release of arrested fishermen and their boats from Sri Lanka.