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  • India to speed up hydropower building on rivers flowing into Pakistan

    NEW DELHI: India will accelerate its building of new hydro-power plants along three rivers that flow into Pakistan, a source familiar with the plan said on Monday, in a move likely to aggravate already tense relations with its neighbour a week after an attack on an Indian army base...

    Disagreements over how to share the waters of the Indus and other rivers have dogged relations between the nuclear-armed arch-rivals since independence...

  • In pictures: 70 years on, you show us how diverse Pakistan still is

    As Pakistan turns 70 years old, we asked you to share with us pictures capturing our country's beautifully diverse culture through heartwarming photographs of traditions, attire and places of significance...

    Here are some of the best shots you shared with us on Instagram using the #DiversePakistan hashtag:Also read: Here is why Pakistan is more diverse than you thoughtView all submissions here...

  • In pictures: Mohammad Amir trains with the Pakistan squad

    As the Pakistan Super League (PSL) drafting process came to an end on Tuesday, the Pakistan cricket team continued their training camp at the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore for the upcoming away series against New ZealandMohammad Amir, who has been out from the national side after the spot-fixing row in 2010 was called up to attend the camp after recent performances in domestic first class cricket and the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL)... ...

  • Pictures of US President Barack Obama's mother's stay in Pakistan

    GUJRANWALA: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during his meeting with US President Barack Obama on Thursday will present commemorative photos of Obama's mother's stay in Pakistan during the 1980s...

    Official sources said Barack Obama's mother worked for the Asian Development Bank (ADB) during the 1980s and came to Pakistan to work on a project – she stayed at a five-star hotel in Lahore and frequently travelled to Gujranwala...

  • Rivers now in low to medium flood

    There was a low level flood in River Kabul at Nowshera while the flood situation in all other rivers was normal, said an official...

    The APP news agency quoted Sialkot District Coordination Officer and Flood Control Focal Person Malik Abid Awan as saying that the situation was under control in rivers Chenab, Tavi and Jammu and at seasonal nullahs of Aik, Dek, Palkhu and Bhed...

  • High flood likely in Chenab, Jhelum rivers

    LAHORE: The mix of a westerly wave and further strengthening monsoon current from the Bay of Bengal on Sunday began causing rain, heavy at places like Hyderabad and Kotli, and the meteorological department said it was going to generate high to very high flood in the Jhelum and Chenab rivers in the next 24 hours...

    As a result, scattered thunderstorm and rain, with isolated heavy falls and one or two very heavy falls, are expected in...

  • Impact of Indian construction on rivers to be evaluated

    ISLAMABAD: Having lost a couple of major international arbitrations in water disputes, the government has decided to carry out a comprehensive study to evaluate the impact of Indian construction on rivers flowing into Pakistan...

    The 2013 judgment by the International Court of Arbitration over the Kishanganga hydropower project dispute had gone against Pakistan, mainly because of inability of the authorities to provide data that could...

  • Power outages, sizzling heat force people to throng rivers

    MINGORA/CHARSADDA: Prolonged loadshedding and scorching heat on Sunday forced the citizens to flock the Swat and Kabur Rivers to cool off in the fasting month...

    In Charsadda, fed up with blistering heat and humid weather and prolonged loadshedding at homes the residents particularly youngsters of Tangi and other adjoining areas reached the Kabul and Swat Rivers on Sunday to enjoy bath ignoring a ban imposed by the district...

  • Chenab, Kabul, Swat rivers in low to medium flood

    LAHORE: The Meteorolo­gical Department on Friday forecast more widespread rain-thundershowers in Islam­abad, Punjab, Azad Kashmir, Khyber Pakhtun­khwa on Saturday and Sunday due to a westerly wave and a moist monsoon current...

    The flood was caused rains in Kashmir and Pakistan...

  • Indian court gives Ganges, Yamuna rivers same rights as a human

    A court in northern India has granted the same legal rights as a human to the Ganges and Yamuna rivers, considered sacred by nearly a billion Indians...

    The Uttaranchal High Court in Uttarakhand state ruled Monday that the two rivers be accorded the status of living human entities, meaning that if anyone harms or pollutes the rivers, the law would view it as no different from harming a person...

  • Rampaging rivers

    In the transboundary context, several seasonal streams and tributaries of the Ravi and Sutlej flow from India to Pakistan...

    In fact, India and Pakistan can instal pollution monitoring gauges and inform each other about the level of pollutants during the low-flow periods...

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