Gargi Parsai

Pak will achieve nothing with its anti-India campaign on water

Gargi Parsai

NEW DELHI: India and Pakistan have resolved their differences over three projects that were pending resolution for two years, but the 45 MW Nimoo Bazgo project in Leh remained unresolved with Pakistan hinting at

Gargi Parsai

NEW DELHI: India and Pakistan have resolved at the meeting of the Permanent Indus Water Commission here the issue of water flows in the Chenab river being affected during the initial filling of the Baglihar dam in 2008. Pakistan has decided not to raise the matter further.

Anita Joshua

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has sent a note verbale to India on May 17 on the disputed Kishanganga project, clearly indicating its intention to set up a Court of Arbitration as provided in the dispute settlement mechanism under the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT).

Pakistan has served a legal notice to India concerning the long pending issue of construction of the Kishaganga dam over the river Indus.

The Nation reported a private television channel, as saying that the notice has been sent by the Water and Power Ministry in consultation with the Indus Water commission with an aim to bring the issue before the World Bank

Ananth Krishnan

BEIJING: India will not accept any plans by China to divert the Brahmaputra river waters, Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh said here on Sunday even as he urged the Government of India to expedite hydel projects along the river in Arunachal Pradesh.

After a gap of five years, India and Bangladesh on Thursday resumed discussions on the sharing of the Teesta river waters and issues relating to other rivers.

The water resources secretaries of the two countries met here in the morning, followed by the ministeriallevel joint river commission meeting later in the day.

The talks will continue on Friday.

NEW DELHI: The area along the Line of Actual Control with China has


`India will have to stop stealing Pakistan's water as we will not hesitate to wage a war with New Delhi if it does not stop doing so'
: There can be a Pakistan, India war on the issue of water, a close aide of the government said here.