As Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dipu Moni prepares to fly down to India early next month, the Tipaimukh Hydroelectric Dam Project has become a bone of contention between the two countries, threatening to sour bilateral ties.

Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests (Independent charge) Jairam Ramesh today assured that his Ministry will address Bangladesh

In protest against the construction of Tipaimukh dam across the river Borak in Monipur state of India, a 3-day Long March towards the dam will start today at 10.00 am from the Central Shaheed Minar in the city.

Anti-dam activists in Bangladesh and India have come together to protest against the Tipaimukh dam in Manipur.

According to the website of the North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Limited (NEEPCO) which is in charge of the Tipaimukh Project, this project will be one of the largest Hydro Electric Project in Eastern India to date and will be located 500 meters downstream of the confluence of the Tuivai and Barak Rivers in the District of Churachanpur in the State of Manipur.

As per Institute of Water Modelling Water in Surma-Kushiara-Meghna can reduce by 10% in June, 23% in July, 16% in August and 15% in September. Kushiara-Bardal wetland will dry up in monsoons. The reservoir will trap nutrient-rich silt, affecting the productivity of crops downstream. Excess erosion in the first 100-150 km will increase deposition in downstream Surma-Kushiara, raising

Bangladesh protests dam in Manipur sunamgonj in Bangladesh, a few kilometres from the border with India, looks stirred up. On June 21, the town citizenry gathered at the public library to listen to five speakers from India

Water resources experts, economists and environmentalists on Wednesday dismissed India

The government has asked the Indian regime to suspend construction of the Tipaimukh dam on the River Barak in the state of Assam in India, on the upstream of the River Meghna in Bangladesh.

Arsenic and flourides are found in the underground water in Barak valley. In order to make underground water free from arsenic and flourides all necessary preventive measure have been adopted by the State government. The PHE Minister Rihon Daimary disclosed the fact while inaugurating Kumbhirgram TE water supply scheme.