Lahore/ New Delhi, Pakistan/ India (August 27, 2014): The second round of talks between water experts from Pakistan and India ended up inconclusively as India refused to change the designs of its Kishanganga Dam and Pakistan gearing up to seek International ... Sikh Siyasat Online, 3 weeks ago
GLOBAL: Dam talks end with promise of progress - IWA Publishing, 2 weeks ago
Inconclusive talks: India rejects plea for change in Kishanganga design - The Express Tribune, 3 weeks ago
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Dawn Publication Date : 27-08-2014 India has agreed to re-examine Pakistan's objections over designs of Kishanganga dam and four other hydroelectric power projects on Jhelum and Chenab rivers. During the third and concluding day of talks ...Asia News Network, 3 weeks ago India agrees to re-examine Kishanganga dam design Daily Excelsior.com, 3 weeks ago
LAHORE: Pakistan expressed serious concerns on Monday over construction of Kishanganga Dam and termed it a clear violation by India of the Indus Water Treaty (IWT). It also said that four other proposed dams on the Chenab would be in violation of ...The Gulf Today, 3 weeks ago India accused of violating Indus Water Treaty Big News Network, 3 weeks ago
ISLAMABAD Pakistan has expressed concern over construction of a dam in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir and termed it a violation of the Indus Water Treaty (IWT), media reported on Monday. It also said that four other proposed dams on the ...Oman Tribune, 3 weeks ago Pak expresses concern over Indian dam The Gulf Today, 3 weeks ago Pakistan concerned over Indian dam NetIndia123.com, 3 weeks ago Pakistan concerned over Indian dam construction Jagran Post, 3 weeks ago
ISLAMABAD - A petition was filed in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) Friday against the government's alleged criminal negligence in taking preventive measures to reduce the damages of the current havoc caused by the floods. Chief Justice (CJ) IHC ...The Nation Pakistan, 4 days ago
A freer exchange of aid across border may help rescue teams in assisting victims that would otherwise be inaccessible Pakistani residents affected by flooding gather on higher ground with their belongings in Jhang, in the central ...The Express Tribune, 1 week ago
Shoring up the Indus Waters Treaty can help India and Pakistan better manage shared water resources, says Shafqat Kakakhel. It is instructive to remind ourselves that the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) signed in September 1960 may not be ideal. However, ...SciDev.net, 1 week ago Pak-India Indus water talks fail Frontier Post, 3 weeks ago Indus water talks: Pakistan to seek ICJ intervention if talks fail The Express Tribune, 3 weeks ago Water disputes: meeting inconclusive Business Recorder, 3 weeks ago
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If politicians on both sides don't stem the tide, the relationship is about to get a lot worse — and lethal. The cross-border firing is an indication that both countries seem to prefer the more expedient option of shoot first, talk ...The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago
Pakistan wants to approach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for arbitration if India continues with its stance of constructing the Kishanganga Dam on River Jhelum and four other dams on the Chenab in violation of the Indus Water Treaty ...The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago Pakistan may approach ICJ over water row with India Gulf Times, 3 weeks ago Pakistan's water row with India may be taken to ICJ Asia News Network, 3 weeks ago
The Pakistan Water Commission Monday expressed its reservations on India's proposed hydropower projects on the Chenab river and Kishanganga Dam . The reservations were conveyed to the Indian delegation during the second round of a five-day ...4 Traders, 3 weeks ago Pakistan objects to 4 India-backed power projects in Kashmir Kashmir Observer, 3 weeks ago NATIONAL - Pak-India water talks remain inconclusive The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago Four hydropower projects in held Kashmir: Pakistan and India stick to their demands Business Recorder, 3 weeks ago
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