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Indus Waters Treaty: World Bank steps in as India, Pak not on same page

India believes that the implementation of the Indus Water Treaty must be in the letter and spirit of the treaty

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The contentious Indus Waters Treaty remains a festering wound between India and Pakistan.

Disagreements and differences continue over the 1960 pact between the two feuding neighbours, prompting Washington-based World Bank to appoint neutral experts and a chairman of the Court of Arbitration to resolve the lingering dispute regarding the Kishenganga and Ratle hydroelectric power plants.

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