The Negotiation Of Water Between Nepal And India

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Water is essential for life. This colorless, transparent, odorless and tasteless liquid is the most basis and important fluids for all living organisms. This water is helpful for fertilizing the land and for living organism but can also bring to enormous destructions in a form of floods. Planned supply of 21st century unquestionably is clean drinkable water and one of the most respected area that have shortage of water wealth is South Asia with its fast rising inhabitants. This paper will address the water negotiation between Nepal and India which has been started from 1920 to 1996. The significance of this negotiation is that India needs have a effective solution that will stop the flow of enormous water bodies of Nepal and create less damage to their country. This negotiation is also important for Nepal since they are one of the most poorest countries in the world. The support of Hydro-electricity and Thermal-electricity provided by India will increase current economical and social stage in world. This research paper will discuss deeper information about the negotiation of water between Nepal and India by mentioning the problem of dividing the water among them, building infrastructure to control the water and stating different alternatives to this negotiation. India is a country that is located in South Asia and is called the seventh largest country of the area. This country is also surrounded by the Indian Ocean form the South. India has over a billion people
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