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BHEL commissions Unit-4 of Teesta Low Dam hydro power project
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BHEL Commissions Another 40 MW Hydro Power Plant In West Bengal

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has successfully commissioned the fourth and last unit of the 4x40 MW Teesta Low Dam Hydro Electric Project (HEP) Stage-IV in West Bengal. A run-of-the-river greenfield project located in Darjeeling ... Power Online, 1 month ago

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Kashmir unrest: Work on Kishanganga stalled as India reviews Indus Waters Treaty

The construction work on the project, started in 2009, has come to halt since the unrest began in the valley 13 weeks ago after the killing of Hizbul militant commander Burhan Muzaffer Wani. Kashmir unrest Two cops of Jammu and Kashmir Police ...
 India Today3 weeks ago

CHENAB : Sharing Problems

The government has blamed India once more for not adhering to the Indus Waters Treaty by building the Kishanganga and the under-construction Ratle hydroelectric water power projects in Indian-Held-Kashmir on the Chenab river. It is not that the ...
 4 Traders2 months ago Sharing Problems  The Nation Pakistan2 months ago

Kishanganga power project

After illegal occupation of a portion of J&K State in October 1947, now known to us as Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) Pakistan changed the name of the river Kishanganga and now call it Neelam. In the works of ancient Kashmirian historians and ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

Kashmir turmoil all set to delay commissioning of Kishanganga HEP

Nishikant Khajuria JAMMU, Sept 13: Ongoing turmoil in the Valley for the last more than two months is all set to delay completion and commissioning of under-progress 330 MW Hydroelectric Power Project (HEP) on Kishanganga river in Bandipora ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

The struggle for power over Indus

In an article of 1951 David E Lilienthal, former head of Tennessee Valley Authority, and Atomic Energy Commission made an correct observation. This observation initiated efforts towards a treaty between India and Pakistan over sharing the waters of ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 day ago
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The Brahmaputra

Home » Editorials » October 23, 2016 China's Foreign Ministry, in a written response to an Indian news agency justified the proposed 62 billion dollar Lalho dam project on the Xiabuqu River - a tributary of Yarlung Zangbo referred to as the ...
 Business Recorder2 days ago India's water war strategy  Pakistan Observer6 days ago India's suicidal water pursuits  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Sharing river water  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago

Pakistan should remain firm!

News & Views Mohammad Jamil PRIME Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said: Pakistan is willing to hold talks with India if New Delhi is serious about resolving the ongoing Kashmir issue. Knowing the fate of the talks held with ...
 Pakistan Observer1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan seeks World Bank arbitration related to the Indus Water Treaty with India

Numerous international reports indicate that on Sept. 28, Pakistan government officials traveled to the World Bank Court of Arbitration to present its concerns that India could revoke the 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty based on many issues including ...
 Penn Energy2 weeks ago Indus Waters Treaty: India's war by other means against Pakistan  India Today3 weeks ago CHENAB : Pakistan approaches Int'l Court of Justice over Indus Water Treaty  4 Traders3 weeks ago Moving to mount pressure on Pakistan in the wake of the Uri attack, the government decided that the meeting of the Indus water commissioners of the two countries can only take place in an atmosphere free from terror.  Indian Express4 weeks ago

Modi's fallacy of abrogating IWT?

S Qamar Afzal Rizvi THE international treaties signed under the ambit of international law intrinsically focus on defining the legal responsibilities of states regarding their conduct with other states. The recent baffled move —of India to go ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago
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