Pakistan, WB start talks on India’s Kishanganga hydropower project

Pakistan, WB
Several hundred metres underground, thousands of labourers grind away day and night on a mammoth hydroelectric project in contested Kashmir, where India and Pakistan are racing to tap the subcontinent's diminishing freshwater supplies. / AFP PHOTO / SAJJAD QAYYUM / To go with: Pakistan-India-politics-environment,FEATURE by Caroline Nelly PERROT

WASHINGTON: Pakistan and World Bank have started talks in Washington on India’s Kishanganga hydropower project on River Neelum in Occupied Kashmir.
The Pakistani delegation at the talks is led by Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf.
Pakistan is demanding of the world to set up a court of arbitration to settle the dispute.


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