This paper aims to examine the extended disagreements between India and Pakistan over sharing of the Indus waters and its tributaries from a fresh perspective. It provides a brief overview of the water dispute between India and Pakistan and some of the policy failures which have led to the water crisis, especially in Pakistan. It suggests innovative ways to deal with this vexed issue through greater cooperation between agricultural universities and frequent interactions between farmers of the two countries. The paper also emphasizes that the dispute should be dealt with using a non-technical approach and a NTS (Non Traditional Security) perspective.
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