The Senate was informed Thursday that construction of Kishanganga project by India in occupied Kashmir will result in a shortfall of about 14 percent flow for Pakistan’s Neelum-Jhelum Hydroelectric

Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Thursday informed the Senate that International Court of Arbitration would announce verdict on Kishenganga Hydroelectric project

How to handle thorny issues is the crux of talks

The question how India and China can more effectively manage persisting thorny issues such as the border dispute and trans-boundary rivers is expected to emerge as the centre of talks as External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid arrives here on Thursday.

An inter-ministerial expert panel on the Brahmaputra has asked the government to intensify monitoring construction projects in the middle reaches of the river by China.

According to a study by researchers from the Stimson Centre, a US-based think tank, the Observer Research Foundation in India and Sustainable Development Policy Institute in Pakistan, ‘‘water short

In his first meeting with new Chinese President Xi Jinpeng, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sought a joint mechanism to enable India assess the type of construction activity being carried out in Tibe

Transboundary water resources cross national and administrative borders across the globe, supporting in a myriad of ways a majority of the world’s population and ecosystems.

Pakistan on Tuesday lost the case of construction of 330 megawatts (MW) Kishanganga Hydro-electric Power (KHEP) project in Indian-held Kashmir (IHK) in the International Court of Arbitration (COA)

In a significant development in an Indo-Pak dispute, the International Court of Arbitration at The Hague has upheld India’s right to divert water from the Kishanganga Hydroelectric Project (KHEP) i

A Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Monday that China is maintaining "communication and cooperation" with India on the issue of a cross-border river and ensure that no negative impact is caused on