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Securing the Indus treaty
The Hindu

Water treaty

The Indus Water Treaty to control and govern water of six common rivers between India and Pakistan was signed in 1960. Under this, control over Indus, Jhelum and Chenab, all flowing through Jammu and Kashmir, has been given to Pakistan while control over ... State Times, 1 month ago
India is not abiding provisions of Indus Waters Treaty 1960 : NA told Associated Press of Pakistan, 1 week ago
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WWF Pakistan, 1 month ago
Pakistan Today, 4 weeks ago
Associated Press of Pakistan, 3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune, 2 months ago
Associated Press of Pakistan, 4 weeks ago

Climate change probably not responsible for Harappan civilisation collapse

Climate change was probably not the sole cause for the collapse of the Harappan civilisation in the Indus-Ghaggar-Hakra river valleys, say Indian scientists in a breakthrough study, highlighting that the the Harappans "did not give up" despite the decline in ...
 Prokerala2 months ago 'Climate change probably not responsible for Harappan civilisation collapse'  Business Standard2 months ago

Wapda ignores Irsa's direction to fill up Tarbela

Islamabad - Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) has ignored the advice of Indus River System Authority (IRSA) regarding filling up the Tarbela Dam by just storing one foot water per day, it was learnt reliably here on Sunday. It ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Irsa team to visit Balochistan to settle water-sharing dispute  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago Irsa directs for filling Tarbella dam  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Irsa stops filling Tarbela ahead of monsoon  DAWN Group1 month ago

Irsa fills Mangla Dam to its full capacity

Home » Agriculture & Allied » Pakistan August 15, 2016 The Indus River System Authority has filled the Mangla Dam on the river Jhelum to its full capacity and stored 7.4 MAF water in the reservoir. "The dam reached its maximum conservation ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago IRSA stores 8.3 MAF of water in Mangla, Tarbela reservoirs  Business Recorder2 months ago IRSA stops filling Mangla dam  Business Recorder2 months ago
PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com

Flood situation report

(PPI-OT): River Indus River Indus is flowing in Low Flood at Guddu Barrage. It will remain in Low Flood at this station during next 24 hours. River Indus is flowing Normal at Sukkur Barrage. It will remain in Normal at this station during ...
 MediaLine Pakistan1 week ago Rivers Inuds, Kabul run in low flood  Associated Press of Pakistan2 weeks ago Indus and Chenab in low flood  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago 715,000 annually affected by floods, cause loss of about 1% GDP  Daily Times2 weeks ago
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Indus flood inundates several villages, irrigated land

Several villages and vast area of irrigated lands were inundated by flood waters from Indus River which disconnected ground link of more than 20 villages from other areas of Ghotki due to flood. Locals said that concerned authority did not start ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago Flood inundates 100 villages in Jhang  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago More than 20 villages inundated by Ghotki flood water  Pakistan Observer1 month ago
Millennium Post

Low level flood recorded in KP rivers

PESHAWAR:- Low level flood was recorded at River Kabul, River Panjkora and Indus River on Wednesday. According to Flood Cell Peshawar, River Indus at Attock, River Kabul at Warsak and Nowshera and River Panjkora at Dir were in low level flood. It ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Rivers forever  Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago Revenge of the rivers  Millennium Post3 weeks ago Indus, Kabul, Panjkora rivers in low flood  Radio Pakistan1 month ago

Picnickers enjoy pleasant weather

at the bank of the Indus River near Ghulam Muhammad Barrage Jamshoro. A large number of people enjoying at the bank of Indus River. A large number of people enjoying at the bank of Indus River. Ladies enjoying boat ride in
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago
Radio Pakistan

Govt allocates Rs 42b for construction of Dasu hydel power project

The federal government has allocated forty two billion rupees for construction of Dasu hydel power project on River Indus. WAPDA sources told our Peshawar Correspondent that Dasu hydel power project has been included in the Public Sector ...
 Radio Pakistan3 weeks ago Rs42b for Dasu power project  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago Report: (Govt allocates Rs 42b for construction of Dasu hydel power project)  Pakistan Press International3 weeks ago Rs 42 billion earmarked for completion of Dasu hydropower project  Associated Press of Pakistan1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Balochistan to move CCI over water dispute with Sindh

Provin­cial spokes­person blames Sindh for violat­ion of apport­ionmen­t of waters of Indus River System Accord 1991 Provincial spokesperson blames Sindh for violation of apportionment of waters of Indus River System Accord 1991. PHOTO: ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago Revisiting the 1996 Ganges Treaty  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Pakistan's provincial water disputes: a way forward  DAWN Group4 weeks ago Pakistan to take river water dispute with India to court  Pakistan Today1 month ago
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