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By Shoaib Nizami
8992_9_22_2014_1.gifAs the recent round of floods wreak havoc across the country, it’s also clear that Pakistan is in desperate need of Dams. This not just to control the increasingly violent nature of its rivers, but also to shore up its water reservoir in order to produce electricity to boost the requirement of the industrial sector as well as local consumers.

In this regard, the recent visit of President Asian Development Bank (ADB), Mr. Takehiko Nakao, is being seen as extremely important. ADB continues to play a vital lending role in Pakistan’s development, particularly in the form of the Diamer-Bhasha Dam and Dasu Hydel projects. ....
 
 

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