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Chinese likely to take on Saaf Pani, most ambitious drinking water project of the developing world.

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Chinese likely to take on Saaf Pani, most ambitious drinking water project of the developing world.

Finally it Looks the Saaf Pani project will be taken over by Chinese companies

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India, Bangladesh and the Farakha Barrage

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The Farakka Barrage was created by India in 1975 to divert water from the Ganges River system.
Bangladesh is a lower riparian country that heavily relies on the flow of the Ganges to meet its food and water demands; any change in the flow of the Ganges significantly affects it.
The Ganges Water Treaty has a limited ability to meet the current needs of both India and Bangladesh.
If agreements over other transboundary rivers can be achieved – particularly the Teesta River – then it may be possible for the countries to improve water sharing goodwill and collaboration. Alternative methods for co-operation must be explored.

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Punjab Saaf Pani’ seeks Chinese investors for clean water projects

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Punjab Saaf Pani’ seeks Chinese investors for clean water projects

great business chance for Chinese groups for clean drinking water in Pakistan

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Punjab, China ink MoU on Saaf Pani Project, Clean water for Punjab Pakistan

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China and punjab government sign an MOU to help , punjab saaf paani project

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Groundwater management in China: Challenges and responses

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Groundwater management in China: Challenges and responses

Time to learn

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