With submergence threat at their doorsteps, aggrieved residents of Pul Doda and its adjoining areas in district Doda are at the mercy of the callous officials of various departments dealing with the distribution of adequate compensation for their proper rehabilitation and resettlement.

Srinagar: Five days after The Indian Express reported that J-K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is planning to scrap a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the J-K State Power Development Corporation (JKSPDC) and a private consultancy firm, the Directorate of Information on Sunday issued a statement quoting a

Srinagar: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is all set to scrap an MoU signed in 2007 between the JK Power Development Corporation (JKPDC), which is executing the Baglihar power project, and an international consultancy firm.

Iftikhar Gilani

NEW DELHI, Jan 27: The Centre is planning to go ahead with constructing another mega power project on river Chenab in Doda district after the completion of Baglihar.

By Shafqat Ali, Islamabad
Dec. 4: Negotiations are underway with the Indian authorities about the Baglihar Dam built by India over river Chenab, Pakistan minister for water and power Raja Pervaiz Ashraf said on Thursday.

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SRINAGAR: Few days after prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh commissioned the state's first 450 MW Baglihar power project, Pakistan has once again objected to the construction of the power project and has said that 23,000 cusecs of water to fill Baglihar dam has reduced the flow of water in the river Chenab.


Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday dedicated to the people of Jammu and Kashmir its biggest power project owned by the state, called the Baglihar Hydroelectric Project.

Shujaat Bukhari

SRINAGAR: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday appealed to Pakistan to work jointly to address the problems faced by the people of the two countries.

He said the Baglihar power project had been constructed within the parameters of the Indus Water Treaty.

Pakistan Indus Water Commission (PIWC) delegation will travel to India on October 18 at the invitation of the Indian government for physical inspection of the controversial Baglihar Dam on river Chenab in Occupied Kashmir.