Focus will be to tap solar energy in big way, develop small hydel projects: Sajad Lone

Batote, July 23: The Planning Commission of India (PCI), led by its member, BK Chaturvedi, former Cabinet Secretary, and Arun Mehta, Principal Secretary, flew to the project site of Baglihar-II at

The legal geopolitics of the Baglihar and Kishenganga hydroelectric power projects, whose legitimacy under the Indus Waters Treaty has been contested by Pakistan, demonstrates the political nature of technology and the governance of technology need not remain out-of-bounds for non-engineers. In attempting an understanding, this article seeks to step outside the conventional nationalist mode of geopolitical analysis.

Has the regional displacement widened in the post-reform period? This study attempts to probe into this by analysing growth rates of aggregate and sectoral domestic product of major states in the pre (1980s) and post-reform (1990s) decades. Our results indicate that while the growth rate of gross domestic product has improved only marginally in the post-reform decade, the regional displacement and developments in state domestic product has widened much more drastically.

Jammu: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said the Baglihar Hydroelectric Project (BHEP) stage-II would generate an average annual income of about Rs 500 crore by producing over 1,300 Million Unit

SRINAGAR, Sept 4: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Tuesday underlined the importance of construction of hydro-electric projects in the State to harness its last hydro-electric potential and achieve sel

Pakistan has objected to India's move to fill the Nimoo-Bazgo dam in Jammu and Kashmir, claiming that it could cut off Islamabad's share of water from the Indus river.

JAMMU, Jul 30: Like all other North Indian states, J&K too faced complete blackout since 2.30 AM on Monday, following sudden Northern Grid failure, with all its essential services, including th

Negotiations with Pvt, Public Sector Insurance companies today

The policy brief explores the evolving discourse on water issues in Pakistan where the process of political articulation, securitization and mobilization which often links water to Kashmir is studied. The rationale for undertaking such an approach is to provide useful insights to understand Pakistan‟s thinking on strategizing water.