India and Nepal approach the water table for talks over recent flooding

Months of flooding, ravaged villages, and a destitute populous have inspired India and Nepal to try again. This week they meet in Kathmandu to resume talks over water sharing, after a four-year delay.

Gathering to discuss the Kosi river breach and a possible joint ministerial committee to deal with water resources and cross-border policy, 14 Indian delegates and 27 Nepalese delegates will also revisit stunted plans for hydroelectric power.

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Source: The Hindustan Times

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