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ADB declines to fund big dam project in PoK 28.10.2016 Hindu: News
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has refused to commit funds for Pakistan’s $14 billion dam project on the Indus in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), two years after the World Bank declined to fund th...
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Asian Development Bank declines to fund Pak's big dam project in PoK 27.10.2016 DNA: India
The ADB has refused to commit funds for Pakistan's $ 14 billion (around Rs 93,611 crore) dam project on Indus river in Pakitan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), two years after the World Bank declined to fund the project following Islamabad's refusal to seek an NoC from India. "We did not really make any commitment. This is a very big project," Asian Development Bank (ADB) president Takehiko Nakao said on Wednesday at a joint news conference with Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on the conclusion of the 15th ministerial meeting of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) programme. Underlining that the project on Indus river in Gilgit- Baltistan in PoK was very important for Pakistan's energy and irrigation requirements, Nakao called for the formation of more partnerships that could provide funding for the project, expected to generate a power output of 4,500 MW. "We haven't decided [whether to fund] this project yet because it needs big money," he said, adding that the ADB might consider joining the ...
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After World Bank, ADB refuses to fund Pakistan’s dam project on Indus river in PoK 27.10.2016 FirstPost: India

The ADB has refused to commit funds for Pakistan's $14 billion dam project on Indus river in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), two years after the World Bank declined to fund the project following Islamabad's refusal to seek an NoC from India.

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ADB declines to fund Pak's big dam project in PoK 27.10.2016 deccanherald.com
The ADB has refused to commit funds for Pakistans USD 14 billion dam project on Indus river in Pakitan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), two years after the World Bank declined to fund the project following Islamabads refusal to seek an NoC from India. "We did not really make any commitment. This is a very big project," Asian Development Bank (ADB) president Takehiko Nakao said yesterday at a joint news conference with Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on the conclusion of the 15th ministerial meeting of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) programme. Underlining that the project on Indus river in Gilgit- Baltistan in PoK was very important for Pakistans energy and irrigation requirements, Nakao called for the formation of more partnerships that could provide funding for the project, expected to generate a power output of 4,500 MW. "We havent decided [whether to fund] this project yet because it needs big money," he said, adding that the ADB might consider joining the financing of this project at a ...
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Asian Development Bank refuses to fund Pakistan dam that India says is in 'disputed area' 27.10.2016 TOI: India
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ADB remains indecisive about funding Pak's big dam project in PoK 27.10.2016 Latest News
ADB President Takehiko Nakao called for the formation of more partnerships for funding the dam project on Indus river
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ADB declines to fund Pakistan's big dam project in PoK 27.10.2016 Zee News : South Asia
The ADB has refused to commit funds for Pakistan's USD 14 billion dam project on Indus river in Pakitan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), two years after the World Bank declined to fund the project following Islamabad's refusal to seek an NoC from India.
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Asian Development Bank declines to fund Pakistan dam project 27.10.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) declined to commit funds for a $14 billion dam project in Pakistan, authorities said.
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Asian Development Bank declines to fund Pakistan dam project 27.10.2016 New Kerala: World News
Asian Development Bank declines to fund Pakistan dam project
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World Bank pat for Almatti dam 22.10.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
World Bank pat for Almatti dam
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World Bank award for Almatti dam 22.10.2016 Hindu: National
The Krishna Bhagya Jal Nigam was awarded for excellence in utilising Rs 72 crore to prevent seepage
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Hungry for power, Myanmar bets on hydro in new energy plan 12.9.2016 All International Stories
Myanmar's initial plan was to boost coal's share to a third by next decade from just 3% now; slash contribution of hydro to 38% from 63%
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Mayor, government differ over water supply to Shimla 31.8.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Mayor, government differ over water supply to Shimla
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Sri Lankan President 'concerned' about corruption charge in foreign media but doubts credibility of source 26.8.2016 newindianexpress.com
The President ordered the Attorney General to investigate the charge even as he issued a statement.
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Sirisena concerned about corruption charge by foreign media but doubts credibility of source 26.8.2016 newindianexpress.com
Two days later, he wrote another mail about his meeting with Sirisena.
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West Bengal to achieve 100 per cent electrification by March 2017 20.8.2016 ET: Power
The approval is conditional on for want of some more land which will be sorted out in due course, state governmentofficials said.
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No repair work done on 3,700 km dykes: Patowary 4.8.2016 The Assam Tribune
No repair work done on 3,700 km dykes: Patowary
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Patowary addresses flood scene 4.8.2016 The Telegraph : North East
Assam cabinet minister Chandra Mohan Patowary this evening said around 3,700km of the state's 4,474km-long embankment needs repair and strengthening while assuring that Dispur has enough funds to provide relief to the flood-hit in the state.
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Boost for welfare schemes in TN 21.7.2016 deccanherald.com
The AIADMK government, which retained power in the recent Assembly polls, presented budget with no new taxes on Thursday. The government allocated more funds for several welfare schemes even as the states debt stood at Rs 2.52 lakh crore at the end of the current fiscal. The government has proposed to construct 10 lakh houses for poor people, distribution of laptops to 5.35 lakh students, buying of new buses and huge allocations for the energy sector. In addition, a total of Rs 355 crore has been provided for poverty reduction schemes, besides allocating Rs 150 crore to impart skill development training for two lakh youth in the state. While presenting the budget in the House, Finance Minister O Panneerselvam also announced that a World Bank-funded Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP) will be implemented at an outlay of Rs 745.49 crore. On the energy sector, a total 13,000 MW of thermal power, 2,500 MW of hydel power and 3,000 MW of solar power will be added to the existing generation ...
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Maharashtra govt seeks $600 million loan from World Bank for irrigation projects 26.6.2016 FirstPost: India

Maharashtra government has sent a proposal to the World Bank seeking a loan of USD 600 million for irrigation projects to be implemented in about 20,000 drought-hit villages of the state, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said on Sunday.

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