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Irsa to stop 7,000 cusec water supply to Punjab
The Nation Pakistan

Irsa to stop 7,000 cusec water supply to Punjab

ISLAMABAD Indus River System Authority (IRSA) will stop the supply of 7,000 cusec water from today to Punjab after Sindh has raised objection to the decision of providing water to province for environmental purposes. Irsa has also informed the ... The Nation Pakistan, 59 minutes ago
River Indus at Taunsa: Met Office warns of high flood Business Recorder, 1 month ago
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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 week ago Over 80,000 evacuated from flood-hit areas of lower Punjab, while Sindh's Kotri drowns  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Floowdwater inundates many villages in Hyderabad  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Reaching saturation point? Sindh barrages witness yet another high flood  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
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Pakistan Observer

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 Post1 month ago Water level in all rivers to start decreasing by Monday evening: PDMA  Dunya News1 month ago Water level increases in River Indus  Business Recorder1 month ago Water level to decrease in Kabul river  Frontier Post1 month ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

'India not causing water shortage in Pakistan'

Islamabad, July 12 Denying general assumption that India is responsible for water shortage in Pakistan, the Indus River System Authority (Irsa) chairman has said that media reports about India getting more water are nothing but a propaganda. ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago India's inter-linking of river project is devoid of legal basis  Bangladesh Daily Star4 weeks ago India not causing water shortage in Pakistan  Prokerala1 month ago India's true face  Pakistan Observer5 days ago
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Rivers in control, more rains expected

LAHORE (APP): A sharp peak of high flood level is expected in the river Jhelum and Mangla (Upstream) while the river Indus at Chashma, Taunsa, Guddu and River Kabul at Nowshera are in medium flood level. According to the Flood Forecasting ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago Another Indus flood peak at Taunsa expected tomorrow  DAWN Group1 month ago Ravi in low flood  Daily Times1 month ago
New Internationalist

Pakistan's floods come in waves

The overflowing Indus River is making people's lives dangerous, difficult and uncertain, writes Neill Garvie . Last week my Pakistani colleagues and I visited the embankments of the Indus River in Ghotki, Upper Sindh, where floods have stranded ...
 New Internationalist3 weeks ago Army takes control of sensitive dykes of Indus River  Frontier Post1 month ago Revisiting Leh and Ladakh  Business Standard India1 month ago Indus river delta dying a slow death  The Express Tribune1 month ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Navy teams are carrying out rescue and relief operations in Khairpur, Ghotki, Pano Aqil and Gambat

Pakistan Navy's Rescue teams have evacuated over one thousand people of low-lying areas along River Indus during their rescue and relief operations. According to a Pakistan Navy spokesman, these operations are in progress in Khairpur, Ghotki, Pano ...
 Radio Pakistan1 month ago Pak Army and FC are carrying out rescue and relief operation in flood-hit areas of Chitral.  Radio Pakistan1 month ago All rivers in Punjab are flowing normal except Indus River  Radio Pakistan1 month ago All rivers are normal in Punjab, no danger of floods: Minister  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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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 Post1 month ago Seepage occurs in Nusrat Loop Bund  Pakistan Press International1 month ago
SAMAA TV

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 TV3 days ago Tragic incident: Two women drown while saving girl  The Express Tribune6 days ago Unsafe recreation : Five of a family drown in River Indus  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Body of three tourists found  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
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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 Times1 month ago High flood at Guddu poses threat to Balochistan  SAMAA TV1 month ago
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