India, Pakistan hold talks on Indus water dispute

A two-day meeting in the Pakistani city of Lahore is under way to help resolve a water dispute between India and Pakistan. The neighbours are bound by a decades-old accord to share resources along the Indus River.

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    A two-day meeting in the Pakistani city of Lahore is under way to help resolve a water dispute between India and Pakistan.

    The neighbours are bound by a decades-old accord to share resources along the Indus River.

    But strained ties are threatening that deal and the lives of those who depend on it.

    Al Jazeera’s Gerald Tan reports.


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