Pakistan has objected to several features of the Baglihar hydropower project on the Chenab river in Jammu and Kashmir contending that it violates the Indus Water Treaty. The World Bank, which brokered the IWT, has appointed a neutral expert to resolve the differences.

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Cloudy dispute settlement mechanism

The controversy embroiling India's mega-plan to link its Himalayan rivers with those in the peninsular region by 2016 has now spilled over to Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan. Although they have not as

India has lost in the initial stage of the textile trade battle with the US. A dispute settlement panel of the World Trade Organization (WTO) decreed on June 20 that US laws on "rules of origin' for

A controversy over the design of the Baglihar hydroelectric project on Chenab river in Jammu and Kashmir is threatening to plunge the already strained ties between India and Pakistan into crisis. The

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