IWC resumes talks in Islamabad today

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The 113th two-day meeting of Indus Water Commission (IWC) has begun today in Islamabad and is being attended by delegations from Pakistan and India as led by their commissioners.

The Indian delegation is led by P.K. Saxena while that from Pakistan is headed by Mirza Asif Saeed. Pakistan has listed Indian hydro projects of 1000-megawatt Pakal Dul, 120-megawatt Miyar and 43-megawatt Lower Kalnai in their agenda for the discussion.

The proposal drafted by Indian Indus Water Commission to discuss crucial disputes of Ratle and KIshanganga hydro projects on Chenab and Jhelum rivers was rejected by Pakistan as the matter has already been taken to the World Bank.

IWC is holding talks after a gap of two years as the last meeting was held in May, 2015 in New Delhi.

The 113th two-day meeting of Indus Water Commission (IWT) has begun today in Islamabad and is being attended by delegations from Pakistan and India as led by their commissioners.

The Indian delegation is led by P.K. Saxena while that from Pakistan is headed by Mirza Asif Saeed. Pakistan has listed Indian hydro projects of 1000-megawatt Pakal Dul, 120-megawatt Miyar and 43-megawatt Lower Kalnai in their agenda for the discussion.

The proposal drafted by Indian Indus Water Commission to discuss crucial disputes of Ratle and KIshanganga hydro projects on Chenab and Jhelum rivers was rejected by Pakistan as the matter has already been taken to the World Bank.

IWC is holding talks after a gap of two years as the last meeting was held in May, 2015 in New Delhi.

The 113th two-day meeting of Indus Water Commission (IWT) has begun today in Islamabad and is being attended by delegations from Pakistan and India as led by their commissioners.

The Indian delegation is led by P.K. Saxena while that from Pakistan is headed by Mirza Asif Saeed. Pakistan has listed Indian hydro projects of 1000-megawatt Pakal Dul, 120-megawatt Miyar and 43-megawatt Lower Kalnai in their agenda for the discussion.

The proposal drafted by Indian Indus Water Commission to discuss crucial disputes of Ratle and KIshanganga hydro projects on Chenab and Jhelum rivers was rejected by Pakistan as the matter has already been taken to the World Bank.

IWC is holding talks after a gap of two years as the last meeting was held in May, 2015 in New Delhi.

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