Pakistan has reportedly failed to offer comments on additional technical data on the controversial 330 MW Kishanganga hydroelectric project provided by India on the instruction of International Cou

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide 97 million dollars to fund a new private sector hydroelectricity plant to ease power shortages as well as creating new jobs opportunities in the countr

India can go ahead with work on other components of dam: Court of Arbitration

Pakistan has rejected the Wuller Barrage engineering design provided by the Indian government on technical grounds, it was learnt.

Following incessant rain across Kashmir last night, the water level in the Jhelum touched the danger mark this afternoon, prompting the authorities to sound a flood alert.

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

The International Court of Arbitration is slated to resume its hearing in the Kishanganga case later this week in the Hague.

The Speaker directed the concerned to send a team of engineers for on-the-spot assessment of faults developed by certain water supply and irrigation schemes and initiate their restoration forthwith

The Indus River System Authority (Irsa) has convened an unusual meeting of its advisory committee on Thursday to persuade provincial governments to partially give up their water shares in order to conserve water for crucial pre-harvest watering requirements.

A water and power ministry official told Dawn on Sunday that the provinces must decide whether they wanted to help save water or utilise t

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).