Tag Archives: Brahmaputra

Private Dam Builders Back Out of Brahmaputra Dams

Arunachal Pradesh’s ‘dam rush’ seems to be over with most private players yet to start on the projects and asking the public sector to take over.

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China, India and the Great Dam Rush

The construction of dams on major rivers has serious implications for millions living downstream.

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Shrinking Rivers Reshape Rituals in Bangladesh

An entire way of life in riverine Bangladesh is changing with communities adapting their lives and religious rituals due to irregular water flow and drying rivers,

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Dams Blamed for South Asia’s Sinking Deltas

One or two people leave their homes in the Sundarbans forests of the Ganga-Brahmaputra delta each day, perhaps never to return.  It’s but a small vignette of a larger tragedy being played out across South Asia’s delta regions where land is fast sinking as the sea waters rise, leaving millions of people vulnerable to disasters like cyclones and floods.   The mouth of the …

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