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River Chenab continues to run furious with falling trend
SAMAA TV

FFC: All rivers flowing normal

ISLAMABAD (APP): All main rivers in the country including Indus, Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi and Sutlej are flowing normal, according to report of Federal Flood Commission on Friday. Federal Flood Commission stated that the actual river flows and reservoir ... Frontier Post, 4 days ago
ALL RIVERS FLOWING NORMAL : Ffc 4 Traders, 2 days ago
All main rivers continue to flow normal 4 Traders, 2 days ago
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IRSA to distribute water quota to provinces

ISLAMABAD: Advisory Committee to Indus River System Authority (IRSA) finalised quotas for distribution of water to the four provinces for Rabi season, while Balochistan province protested against distributing 18 percent less water during the season ...
 Daily Times1 day ago Irsa terms recent floods a blessing in disguise  DAWN Group22 hours ago Irsa sees 10pc water shortage for Rabi  DAWN Group1 day ago
The Express Tribune

Pakistan's water rights: Senate panel wants ex-Indus water commissioner arrested

NDMA chief says only River Ravi, Jhelum and Chenab experi­enced floodi­ng owing to excess water releas­ed by India Former Indus Water Commissioner Jamaat Ali Shah. PHOTO: REUTERS ISLAMABAD: Urging the government to ...
 The Express Tribune8 hours ago Rains triggering floods kill 275 people across Pakistan  Kuwait News Agency2 weeks ago New fossil dolphin sheds light on history of Ganges dolphin  Business Standard3 weeks ago New species of extinct dolphin sheds light on river dolphin history  PhysOrg.com3 weeks ago
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187,409 cusecs water inflow recorded in all reservoirs

September 20, 2014 According to the data released by the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) on Friday, the total inflow in all water reservoirs was recorded as 187,409 cusecs. Both the major country's reservoirs Mangla and Tarbela dams have ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago Rivers,reservoirs flow position  Frontier Post22 hours ago Rivers water flow position  Pakistan Press International5 days ago River inflow and outflow position  Pakistan Press International1 week ago

Trading endangered species: Court orders release of 200 smuggled turtles into River Indus

First time a case for turtle­s is being pursue­d in court, say offici­als. Over 200 black-pond turtles were seized from a man flying to Bangkok on September 20. PHOTO: FILE KARACHI: Around 200 black-pond turtles that were seized from ...
 The Express Tribune2 days ago Homecoming: Over 200 turtles seized in China released into River Indus  The Express Tribune1 week ago Pakistan Releases Smuggled Turtles Into The Wild  NDTV1 week ago Smuggled turtles released into Indus  DAWN Group1 week ago
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A school at the feet of heaven

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A bridge over the pristine Indus River Photo: Apoorva Sripathi Scenic view at Ladakh. Photo: Apoorva Sripathi The Lamdon Jamyang Khaltse School with children at their new playground Photo: KFC The ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

Indus in low flood at Sukkur

September 23, 2014 After wreaking havoc in Punjab for two weeks, the first wave of the flash flood in the River Chenab entered Arabian Sea on Monday when 93,596 cusecs of water was discharged downstream the Kotri Barrage in the Indus Delta.
 Business Recorder1 week ago Low flood in Chenab, Indus rivers  SAMAA TV1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Water level increasing at Guddu Barrage

Kashmore- The water level is continuously increasing at Guddu barrage after floodwater of Chenab entered in River Indus. Several areas of Katcha in Kashmore and more than a dozen villages adjacent to Qadirpur Loop dyke have been inundated.
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago The concerned authorities have been directed to evacuate people and remain high alert at the banks of River Indus.  Radio Pakistan1 week ago Flood hits several Sindh areas  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago Floods Hyderabad region put on high alert  Big News Network2 weeks ago
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Daily Times

Pakistan's Sole Reliance on the Indus River

Human beings can survive for centuries without democracy, and even without much security. They cannot live for more than three days without water. - Anatol Lieven in his book, Pakistan: A Hard Country WATER IS LIFE : Water is for health, and for ...
 Pakistan Link1 week ago Tarbela Dam refilled to its maximum capacity  Business Recorder2 weeks ago Indus River in course of centuries built up its own bed  Business Recorder2 weeks ago People asked to vacate Kacha areas along Indus River: FFC  Frontier Post2 weeks ago
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DAWN Group

Pakistan floods trigger fresh dam debate

As Pakistan battles the ferocious waves of its angry rivers, Mirza Asif Baig, chairman of the Indus Water Commission (IWC), argues the destruction of the floods could have been averted if the country had invested more in dams. While Pakistan is ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago Uneasy neighbours: Pakistani experts to discuss water dispute in India  The Express Tribune1 week ago Pakistan team in India for water talks  Gulf News1 week ago Pak experts to discuss water dispute in India  Financial Daily1 week ago
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