Indus Water Treaty
Pakistani Estimates of the Eastern River Water Flows

It may be recalled that the Indus Water Treaty, 1960 (IWT) between India and Pakistan, brokered by the World bank, allocated three rivers each, known as the Eastern Rivers (Ravi, Beas, Sutlej) to India, and the Western Rivers (Indus, Chenab, Jhelum...

Indus Water Treaty: An Appraisal

… a Task Force to review the IWT is a good move and hopefully it will help India in creating adequate water management infrastructure in a time bound manner so that she is able to utilise all the waters that she is entitled to harness. The unending...

Indus Commissioners Meeting at Lahore: Need for a New Approach to Indus Waters Treaty

India and Pakistan have just concluded their 115th Indus Commissioners` meeting at Lahore. The meeting involving technical discussions, was successful to the extent that the structured dialogue process within the provisions of the Indus Water Treaty...

Dealing with Pakistan – Indus Water Treaty, the Most Favoured Nation Status and Cross Border Terrorism

The surgical strikes that the Indian Armed Forces carried out on the other side of the Line of Control (LoC) late September, so effectively seized the national consciousness that they displaced the other important options being discussed to get back...

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