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'Indus treaty as a strategic tool? No advisable'

'Indus treaty as a strategic tool? No advisable'

New Delhi: Amid indications of India revisiting the Indus Waters Treaty in the wake of heightened tensions with Pakistan, experts believe the six decades-old agreement that withstood two full-scale wars between the two countries should not be used ... Sify, 1 day ago

Blood & water can't flow together: PM

New Delhi, Sept 26: India on Monday looked set at firming up its tough stance against Pakistan on the issue of terror, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi stating that Blood and water cannot flow together, at a meeting to review the Indus Waters ...
 SentinelAssam.com1 day ago
Outdoor Journal

Our Rivers Are Dying and We Need to Act

Two environmental journalistsexplain the urgency to protect the legacy of our rivers. Hermann Hesse in his unforgettable Siddhartha writes, … the river is everywhere at once, at the sourceand at the mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at ...
 Outdoor Journal2 days ago World Rivers Day Exclusive: The Legacy of Our Rivers  Outdoor Journal3 days ago
Times of India

Punish Pak by diluting Indus Water Treaty: Experts

NEW DELHI: Amid clamour for a rethink on the Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan in the wake of the Uri terror strike, experts have argued that short of the "extreme" step of abrogation, India has other options like use of water of western rivers of ...
 Times of India4 days ago Shun extreme options, punish Pak by diluting Indus treaty: Experts  The Nation Pakistan4 days ago

Cauvery: Whose water is it?

The water wars between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are not a recent development. They have been around for as long as three decades and each time they have been used by politicians and extreme elements to stir passions based on state identity. While ...
 MSN News US5 days ago Cauvery dispute: Whose water is it, anyway?  Livemint.com5 days ago Cauvery dispute, a grim reminder of India's looming water crisis  DNA India2 weeks ago Karnataka's arguments fail to cut much ice with Supreme Court  Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Ken-Betwa link: First project in grand river interlinking scheme is lose-lose for people and wildlife

Panna's fate is sealed. The Standing Committee of the National Board for Wildlife, chaired by Minister for Environment and Forests, Anil Madhav Dave, approved a project to link the Ken and Betwa rivers. The 1,645-square kilometres Panna Tiger ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago Environment ministry wildlife panel clears Ken-Betwa river linking project  Livemint.com1 week ago

All India 9-ball pool: Kelly Fisher dazzles on arrival

MUMBAI: Former women's world no 1 Kelly Fisher of England won back-to-back ties to storm into the quarter-finals of the tournament on Friday. Fisher beat the Delhi duo of Hitanshu Manchanda and Avinash Kumar and Rishabh Thakkar of Mumbai in the ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Experts blame it on less rain, flawed cropping pattern

K'taka monsoon deficient, not Tamil Nadu Experts say the ground situation depicts that even though the country overall received normal rains this season, Karnataka continues to be deficient Interior Karnataka is deficient by 15% and coastal ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago Cauvery unrest: Experts blame monsoon deficit, unsustainable cropping pattern  Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Water project reunites Saurashtra families, experts sceptical of sustainability

By Anand Singh Rajkot, Sep 13 (IANS): An ambitious Rs 12,000 crore ($1.8 billion) project to bring the water of the Narmada river to Gujarat's parched Saurashtra region is helping reunite families, but experts caution that such lift-irrigation ...
 Daijiworldcom2 weeks ago Water project reunites families in Saurashtra, but experts sceptical of sustainability  ProKerala.com2 weeks ago SAUNI water project reunites families in Saurashtra, but experts sceptical of sustainability  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Sardar Sarovar dam irrigation project brings migrants back to Saurashtra

The SAUNI project promises to provide water to over 900 villages in all the 11 districts of the Saurashtra region and is slated to be completed by 2019 Rajkot: An ambitious Rs. 12,000 crore project to bring the water of the Narmada River to ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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