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River Water Sharing

Transboundary Conflict and Cooperation in India

Edited by N. Shantha Mohan, Sailen Routray, N. Sashikumar

Routledge India – 2010 – 172 pages

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    October 28th 2009

Description

This volume provides a broad perspective of the water scenario in India by examining the various developments in the sector and the emerging alternative paradigms. It points out the inadequacies of the existing legal frameworks and institutional mechanisms to manage water efficiently.

Contents

List of Tables, Figures and Maps Preface PART I: INTRODUCTION 1. Locating Transboundary Water Sharing in India by N Shantha Mohan 2. The Water Sector in India: An Overview by Sailen Routray PART II: INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK 3. Boundaries of Transboundary Water Sharing by Narendar Pani 4. Resolving River Water Disputes in India: Reflections by Ramaswamy R. Iyer 5. Regulatory Aspects in Water Resource Development and Management by R. Jayaseelan PART III: HISTORICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE 6. Kaveri in Its Historical Setting by S. Settar 7. The Cauvery Tribunal Award from a Hydrology Perspective by Rama Prasad PART IV: NEGOTIATED APPROACHES AND ALTERNATIVE PARADIGMS 8. Evolving a Negotiated Approach to Sharing of Transboundary Rivers by Vijay Paranjpye 9. Negotiation through Social Dialogue: Insights from the Cauvery Dispute by S janakarajan 10. Integrated Water Resource management: An Alternative Paradigm by Anitha Kurup About the Editors Notes on Contributors Index

Author Bio

N Shantha Mohan, Sailen Routray and N Sashikumar are all at the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore, India.

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Description: Edited by N. Shantha Mohan, Sailen Routray, N. Sashikumar. This volume provides a broad perspective of the water scenario in India by examining the various developments in the sector and the emerging alternative paradigms. It points out the inadequacies of the existing legal frameworks and institutional...
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