As Punjab has backtracked on agreement signed with Jammu and Kashmir on the Ranjit Sagar Dam, the state government has decided to construct the remaining portion of the Ravi-Tawi canal on its own to get its share of water from the Ravi.

Winding up a debate on the budget of his ministry, Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Taj Mohi-ud Din said the work on the Ravi Tawi Canal was start

CHANDIGARH: In a significant statement, Haryana Governor Jagannath Pahadia on Friday affirmed that the Bhupinder Singh Hooda regime would make renewed efforts to secure Haryana's legitimate share of water from Ravi-Beas rivers.

Delivering the Governor's Address on the opening day of the Budget session of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha here, he said the State Government was committed to getting its du

Assessment note on location of Project Component of Right Bank and Left Bank (Bajoli Holi HEP).

Jammu: Days after refusing to give land to Punjab for the Shahpur Kandi project, the Jammu and Kashmir Government has started a survey for a project to divert the Ravi waters before the Ranjit Sagar Dam for filling the incomplete Ravi Canal.

The canal will take water to the

Too many hydel projects spell ecodisasterRerouting Water

400 hydel projects in four river basins of Himachal Pradesh could end in environmental disaster
600 more awaiting allotment
They could

There seems to be no end to the water dispute between Haryana and Pun- jab with the Supreme Court on Friday issuing notice to the latter on a new suit filed by the Congress-led Bhupi- nder Singh Hooda govern- ment questioning building of Shahpur-Kandi dam by Punjab on Ravi jointly with Jammu and Kashmir.

Jammu: As neighbouring Punjab has backtracked on an agreement on sharing water of the Ravi, the state government has constituted a committee to take up the matter with Punjab. Minister for Public Health Engineer (PHE) and Irrigation Taj Mohi-ud-Din said this today in the Legislative Assembly while replying to the discussions on the demand of grant under his charge.

While the Haryana government refuses to give Delhi its share of 80 million gallons of water saved each day once the Munak Canal gets operational, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit maintains there is little to worry.

The ball is now in the Prime Minister

The proposed project by GMR Bajoli Holi Power Pvt. Ltd. is located in Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh and is one of the projects that are being developed in Ravi River basin. Ravi River is one of the four major river systems of Western Himalaya in Himachal Pradesh, the other three being Sutlej, Beas and Chandra?Bhaga (Chenab) rivers.

Notwithstanding its ally BJP promising to protect Haryana