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International water law and transboundary water dispute: a case study regarding Water conflict between Bangladesh and India By A S M SHAHRIAR KABIR
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Water is not a commercial product like any other but rather a heritage that must be protected defended and treated as such. Water has become the fuel of certain conflicts in many regions around the... More > world. The threats posed by competition for water are real enough - but for every threat there is an opportunity. In the Indian subcontinent, water is highly valued, people consider rivers as divine. More than 500 million people live in the Ganges – Brahmaputra- Meghna (GMB) basin. The problem over the Ganges is typical of conflicting interests of up and down stream riparian. As a riparian state Bangladesh desires to protect its legitimate right of natural flow of water by using International law.< Less

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