Experts, selected by the Bangladesh and Indian governments, will sit for the first time on August 27-28 to jointly study the possible impacts of the construction of the controversial Tipaimukh Dam

A s the silver waters of the Kishanganga rush through this north Kashmir valley, Indian labourers are hard at work on a hydropower project that will dam the river just before it flows across one of

With floods continuing to wreak havoc from Sadiya to Dhubri and Dhemaji to Barak Valley and reports of fresh breaches in embankments coming in, thousands of people have become homeless in the State due to the current wave of floods. In the last 24 hours, 4 people died in Dibrugarh and Barpeta districts and the total death toll has reached 14 in the State. About 3,83,792 people have been affected in 17 districts in the floods.

The rescue teams from the Air Force, Army, National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and the district administrations have been pressed into service to rescue the marooned people.

SILCHAR: Alarmed at the fast dwindling dolphins in the river system of Barak in southern Assam, the nature campaigners, Powlen Singha, BK Dutta and SP Biswas, who are also academicians, have called

Silchar, June 6: A sub-committee of the Indo-Bangladesh Joint River Commission will meet in New Delhi later this month to review the controversial Tipaimukh dam project, which is expected to genera

When built, the Tipaimukh dam will result in damage to Boro production in the Sylhet region, causing a loss of over Tk 1,000 crore a year, experts have said.

Green activists yesterday called upon India to stop the construction of the controversial Tipaimukh dam on the Barak river in its northeastern Manipur state as it will adversely affect the haors of

Silchar, Feb.

A cycle rally was taken out by activists in the Indian state of Manipur against the proposed Tipaimukh dam, which they alleged would damage the environment.

People of north-eastern Indian state Manipur and Assam have been raising their voice continuously against construction of 500 meter high Tipaimukh dam that will severely damage life and bio-diversi