A delegation comprising judge of International Court of Arbitration (ICA) and Indian Secretary Water Resources, are to inspect 969 MW Neelum Jhehlum Hydroelectric Project to weigh Pakistan's argume

Water resources minister Ramesh Chandra Sen on Sunday told the parliament that the government was selecting experts to constitute the Bangladesh side on the joint survey team for studying the impac

Left political leaders on Monday described India’s under construction Tipaimukh Dam as the ‘death trap’ for Bangladesh.

Kolkata, 8 DEC: River expert Kalyan Rudra, who heads the commission set up by the West Bengal government to find an acceptable solution to the Teesta water issue between India and Bangladesh, today

NEW DELHI, 2 DEC: Seeking to allay apprehensions in Bangladesh, Prime Minister Mr Manmohan Singh today said no steps will be taken on the Tipaimukh power project which would “adversely affect” that

In this paper, Jayanta Bandopadhyay explains the need for an interdisciplinary framework for water resource management. He states that this framework needs to include ecological, social, economic and institutional perspectives. These perspectives are essential to facilitate cooperation over the management of transboundary rivers.

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday said the government had failed to sign the Teesta water sharing agreement with India owing to a lack of negotiating skills.

Days after India and China discussed the issue of oil exploration in the South China Sea, Beijing today warned that it did not want foreign companies and outside powers to engage in activities in t

China and Myanmar have agreed to “properly settle” a dispute over Myanmar’s suspension of a dam built and financed by Chinese firms as a Chinese leader hoped “friendly consultations” would bring a

China urged Myanmar to protect the rights of its companies after the Southeast Asian nation's president ordered the suspension of construction of a contested hydroelectric dam backed by Beijing.