The Pakistan side reiterated its objections to Indian projects including Pakal Dul, Lower Kulnai, Durbuk Shyok and Nimu Chilling.
The water talks between officials of Pakistan and India will be held on March 23 and 24 in New Delhi
The delegation led by Indus Water Commissioner Mehr Ali Shah will hold talks with India's Water Commissioner Pardeep Kumar on March 23 and 24
India claims it has unrestricted rights to develop hydroelectric power projects on the western rivers
ISLAMABAD: The water officials of Pakistan and India resumed two-day talks on Monday (today) in the meeting of Permanent Indus Commission in Islamabad. Pakistani and Indian officials are likely to hold talks on appointment of a mediator in the meeting. India has returned to the talks after a hiatus of two years to discuss three contentious hydroelectric projects on Chenab river. The talks will cover discussions on the design aspects of Pakal Dul, Lower Kalnai and Miyar hydroelectric plants. The meeting will also…