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Aug 23, 2017
Cauvery dispute: River depletion is a disaster unfolding in the country, need sustainable solutionWe need to pay more attention to the Cauvery River as it is about forty percent of what it was fifty years ago.
May 22, 2017
Chinese-sponsored North Indus River Cascade a Himalayan blunder for PakistanPakistan's entire water supply for agriculture, factories and homes is dependent on rivers in the Indus basin.
May 18, 2017
India's water security concerns over China's dam building spree are legitimate, require actionIndia has repeatedly shown displeasure as well as apprehension with respect to China's activities on the Brahmaputra.
May 13, 2017
Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif in Beijing: China likely to invest $50 billion to develop Indus River CascadePakistan and China are expected to sign an MoU for developing the North Indus River Cascade with investment of USD 50 billion to generate up to 40,000 MW hydro electricity.
Feb 02, 2017
UNDP blames Pakistan's neglect for delay in resolution of water issues with IndiaPakistan, as per the treaty, is not allowed to prohibit construction of hydropower dams by India.
Nov 25, 2016
Punjab polls 2017: Modi plays Pakistan card, promises more water to farmersPrime Minister Narendra Modi was in Bhatinda to lay the foundation stone of a new AIIMs centre
Oct 18, 2016
Dammed or Damned? Before reviewing Indus River Treaty, India needs to learn from the pastA new Indus River Treaty can have long term impacts on the Himalayan mountain range. The impacts will be positive only if it is well planned in advance.
Sep 26, 2016
Supreme Court refuses urgent hearing on PIL over Indus Water TreatyThe Supreme Court on Monday refused to grant an urgent hearing on a PIL seeking a declaration of the India-Pakistan Indus Water Treaty as unconstitutional.
Dec 29, 2015
The International Space Station took some awe-inspiring images of the Earth's surfaceAstronauts aboard the International Space Station looked near the sun’s reflection point to shoot this high-contrast grid pattern of fish farms on the coast of China’s northeast province of Liaoning.
Sep 27, 2011
Pakistan sets new body to protect its water rightsPrime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has set up a new body to examine construction of dams and water projects by India and Afghanistan and to coordinate steps to protect the country's water rights.