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Crop cultivation: Country braces for 14% water shortage in Rabi season
The Express Tribune

Crop cultivation: Country braces for 14% water shortage in Rab...

Balochistan accuses Sindh of stealing its share of water. PHOTO: FILE ISLAMABAD: The Indus River System Authority (Irsa), which is the regulator of water flows in the country, has cautioned that provinces will face 14% water shortage in the Rabi ... The Express Tribune, 3 days ago

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The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan becoming water-stressed: Irsa

ISLAMABAD: The Indus River System Authority (Irsa) has conceded that Pakistan is becoming a water-stressed country as the availability of per capita water has declined. Irsa told Senate the other day, It is true that Pakistan is becoming a ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago India not causing water shortage in Pakistan  Prokerala2 months ago 'India not causing water shortage in Pakistan'  Business Standard2 months ago 1.8 million affected by flash floods in Pakistan, the IRC providing emergency support for thousands  International Rescue Committee1 month ago

India not responsible for water shortage in Pakistan: Official

Indus River System Authority (ISRA) Chairman Rao Irshad Ali said that reports in media about India getting more water is nothing but a propaganda.
 Economic Times2 months ago Indian Army conducts trekking expedition commendrating 1965 war  Newshence.com2 weeks ago Serious water wars gathering soot in foreign ministry  Pakistan Observer1 month ago India and Pakistan: Traumatic Partition and the Elusive Independence  In Defence Of Marxist1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Opportunity in adversity: The mighty Indus feeds all the greedy

The story of how River Indus feeds the corrup­t irriga­tion offici­als throug­h floods­ Every high flood brings with it ample opportunities for the irrigation department officials to embezzle funds on the pretence of repairing protective ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago Very high flood in Jhelum, Chenab rivers likely on Tuesday  SAMAA TV1 week ago Over 80,000 evacuated from flood-hit areas of lower Punjab, while Sindh's Kotri drowns  The Express Tribune1 month ago Reaching saturation point? Sindh barrages witness yet another high flood  The Express Tribune1 month ago
DAWN Group

The palla, the shrine, the catch and the cook

It is flooding season again in River Indus, with choppy waters rushing downstream towards the Kotri barrage. Under the water's surface though, there is a different kind of activity. The palla fish zooms ahead, continuing its journey upstream against ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago Sukkur Barrage braces for high flood  Business Recorder2 months ago Pakistan. Sukkur Barrage braces for high flood  BlackSeaGrain.net2 months ago Sukkur barrage braces for brunt of very high flood  Pakistan Today2 months ago

Seepage occurs in Nusrat Loop Bund

KARACHI (PPI): Seepage has occurred in Indus River Nusrat Loop Bund near Bhambho Shaikh village since last night. This dyke has already been declared sensitive by the irrigation & district administration but a visit to it showed that there was no ...
 Frontier Post2 months ago Seepage occurs in Nusrat Loop Bund  Pakistan Press International2 months ago

Water level decreasing at Tounsa Barrage

MUZAFFARGARH (APP): District Coordination Officer (DCO) Shaukat Ali said water level was decreasing in the river Indus and there was medium level flood at Tounsa Barrage. Distributing ration bags among flood-hit people during his visit to a ...
 Frontier Post2 months ago Water level in all rivers to start decreasing by Monday evening: PDMA  Dunya News2 months ago
Daily Times

Indus swells up, posing fresh threat to Balochistan, Sindh : August 03, 2015, 3:52 am

QUETTA: The Indus River is in very high flood at Guddu and Taunsa barrages, threatening several districts of Balochistan and Sindh. As on Sunday, 650,000 cusecs of water was passing through Sukkar Barrage and 737,000 cusecs through Guddo Barrage, ...
 Daily Times2 months ago High flood at Guddu poses threat to Balochistan  SAMAA TV2 months ago

Youth drowns in River Indus near Khanpur

KHANPUR: A youth drowned while crossing River Indus near Jannat locality in Khanpur area of Rahim Yar Khan, in the jurisdiction of Police chowki Chachran Sharif. According to police, Ijaz Ahmed (30) son of Esa Khan Gopang along with his cattle ...
 SAMAA TV1 month ago A Brief History of Levees  The Atlantic Cities1 month ago Tragic incident: Two women drown while saving girl  The Express Tribune1 month ago Unsafe recreation : Five of a family drown in River Indus  The Express Tribune1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

Floods affect over 50,000 in lower Sindh

- Larkana—Flood in the lower sections of River Indus have affected over 50,000 people in Jamshoro, Sujawal, Thatta. Warnings were also issued to people living in low-lying areas and close to the river bed in Vehari. According to the National ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago Flood aftermath: Out of sight, out of mind  The Express Tribune1 month ago Submerged by floods : Floods continue to claim female lives  The Express Tribune1 month ago
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