Pakistan, India Hold Talks on Water-Sharing

24 Sep 2013 by OOSKAnews Correspondent
NEW DELHI, India
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Pakistan and India on September 22 started four-day talks on water-sharing.  A six-member Pakistani delegation of the Indus Water Commission traveled to the Indian capital, New Delhi, on September 21.In their first negotiations this year under the Indus Water Treaty, the two riparian countries will discuss disputes over water in the rivers they share.During the talks, Pakistan plans to raise objections to four Indian hydropower projects on the trans-boundary Chenab River -- the 850-megawatt Ratle project, the 120-megawatt Miyar project, the 48-megawatt Lower Kalnai project and 1,000-megawatt Pakal Dul project...

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