Who's Online

Error message

  • Warning: include(/home/waterinf/public_html/profiles/option.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in include() (line 6066 of /home/waterinf/public_html/includes/common.inc).
  • Warning: include(): Failed opening '/home/waterinf/public_html/profiles/option.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php:/usr/local/php55/lib/php') in include() (line 6066 of /home/waterinf/public_html/includes/common.inc).

Indian pumps depleting ground water in Pakistan

LAHORE - Massive extraction of groundwater for agriculture purposes by hundreds of thousands of subsidised tube-wells in India has put the underground water resources of Pakistan at risk.

Leading water experts believe the situation is dangerous for both the countries since no international law or mutual treaty between Pakistan and India specifically regulates the use of trans-boundary groundwater resources.

Australia helping Pakistan in water resource management

ISLAMABAD: Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan Margaret Adamson said that the Australian government will continue its assistance to Pakistan for the next four years to strengthen water, food and energy security.

Australia will invest A$11 million in Phase II of the Sustainable Development Investment Portfolio (SDIP) which would focus on improving energy and water management in the Indus Basin. Phase II would build on Phase I - a A$4 million investment which helped strengthen the capacity of Pakistan officials to take an integrated approach to water resource management.

Nearly 100 villages flooded in Sialkot, Zafarwal after India release water

SIALKOT (Dunya News) – Nearly a hundred villages in Zafarwal and Sialkot region are water-logged after India lifted gates to flood Nullah Dek leading to rising water-level in River Chenab, reported Monday.

Land connection to around 50 villages in Bijwat area is suspended while several rural localities in Zafarwal are inundated. Crops grown on hundreds of acres of land have been spoiled while a dyke was breached in Mozah Mangwal.

12 Int’l COs to complete water projects in 35 tehsils!

Khadim-e-Punjab Saaf Pani Programme

Lahore—About 12 global-acclaimed companies having experience of implementing engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects, after fulfilling stringent criterion laid down by Punjab Saaf Pani Company (PSPC), have pre-qualified to execute Khadim-e-Punjab Saaf Pani Programme in the first phase in rural areas of 35 tehsils of 10 districts of the province.

Pages