India is being pulled into a complex and increasingly tense territorial dispute in the South China Sea, with China repeatedly warning ONGC, the Indian state oil company, that its joint exploration

India will submit its reply regarding environmental impact on River Neelam due to the construction of controversial 330MW Kishanganga hydropower project in the International Court of Arbitration (I

Hearing of a petition on controversial Kishan Ganga Dam is likely to be held before the end of July at International Court of Arbitration (ICA) in Hague (Holland).

Pakistan and India vowed on Saturday to find an "amicable settlement" to a border dispute over a river estuary.

The old south Asian rivals conducted a survey of the Sir Creek estuary in 2007 before their fragile peace process broke down because of the Mumbai assault by Pakistani-based militants that killed 166 people.

The two sides agreed to resume the process in February and held trade talk

Pakistan and India on Thursday made no headway to resolve Wullar Barrage dispute as both sides were not ready to change their historical stance, informed sources told Business Recorder.

Bangladesh and India yesterday agreed on a framework of a 15-year treaty for sharing the Teesta and the Feni rivers' water in dry season.

Whereas once the Indus Waters Treaty could correctly be described as a beacon of light in an otherwise gloomy relationship between India and Pakistan, this is no longer so. The odds now are that the crumbling IWT will be a cause for further tension and conflict between India and Pakistan.

The United Nations has appointed a leading US lawyer to head an international court of arbitration to settle the dispute between India and Pakistan over Kishenganga hydro power project in Jammu and Kashmir, paving the way for legal proceedings to start.

American jurist Stephen Myron Schwebel was the appointed chairman of the three-member court of arbitration by the UN Secretary-General, sources

The report by Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses is premised on the fact that India is facing a serious water resource problem and is expected to become 'water stressed' by 2025 and 'water scarce' by 2050.