Although Pakistan has opened up its borders for enhanced trade with India, water disputes remain unresolved which several analysts, including US officials as noted in Wikileaks, believe may well be

A high-level team of water commissioners from India and Pakistan and members of the International Court of Arbitration on Thursday inspected the 330-megawatt Kishanganga Hydro Power Project in nort

The present study was conducted for the time period of one year (April, 2009- March 2010) with an aim to find out the physico-chemical nature of water at different sites of River Jehlum in order to access the physical properties and chemical nature of its water and the impact of site/s on their concentration. Three sites were selected for the study purpose and the samples were collected on monthly bases. The samples thus collected were processed for the detection of metals with their relative concentrations following the standard methods.

To generate 37.5 MW, irrigate 8,742 hectares in Mendhar tehsil

The World Bank will provide about $850 million for the Tarbela 4th Extension Project, which is expected to be completed in four years and generate 1,410MW additional electricity.

No Objection Certificate` (NoC) given by Azad Jammu and Kashmir Environmental Protection Agency (AJK-EPA) to Wapda for construction of Neelum-Jhelum Hydroelectric Project (NJHP) would be key issue

The Indus Water Treaty has now become ineffective as India is continuously violating all clauses of the treaty and Pakistan is not challenging them at any international forum by tacit approbation.

Kisan Board Pakistan (KBP) claimed on Monday that India has allocated billions of rupees for a project to divert Chenab River for its usage and depriving Pakistan from its share of water.

Pakistan has informed the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) that the diversion of River Neelum’s water by India’s controversial Kishanganga project can treacherously decrease the water availabil

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