South Asia Water Security
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Joy, K. J., Biksham Gujja, Suhas Paranjape, Vinod Goud and Shruti Vispute (eds). Water conflicts in India: a million revolts in the making. Delhi: Routledge, 2007.
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National Advisory Council. Drinking water security in rural India. A concept paper. New Delhi: Government of India, 2008.
Rogers, P. et al. (eds.) Water crisis: myth or reality? London: Taylor and Francis Group.
Rotberg, Fiona and Ashok Swain. Natural resources security in South Asia: Nepal’s water. Institute for Security and Development Policy, 2007. www. silkroadstudies.org/new/docs/Silkroadpapers/2007/0710Nepal.pdf
Sahni, Hamir K. The politics of water in South Asia: the case of the Indus waters treaty. ‘SAIS Review’ 26(2): Summer-Fall 2006: 153-165. http://www. bupedu.com/lms/admin/uploded_article/eA. 264.pdf
Shah, T., O.P. Singh and A. Mukherji. Some aspects of South Asia’s groundwater economy: analyses of a survey in India, Pakistan, Nepal Terai and Bangladesh. ‘Hydrogeology Journal’ 14: 2006: 286-304.
Stimson Centre. India’s water relations with her neighbours. Washington DC: 27 October 2008. http://www.stimson.org/rv/pdf/Ramaswamy_Iyer_Presentation.pdf
Strategic Foresight Group. The Himalayan challenge: water security in South Asia. Mumbai: SFG, 2011.
Thapliyal, Sangeeta. Water security or security of water? a conceptual analysis. ‘India Quarterly’ 67(1): March 2011: 19-35.
Tripathi, Jayant K., Barbara Bock, V. Rajamani and A. Eisenhauer. Is river Ghaggar, Saraswati? Geochemical constraints. ‘Current Science’ 87(8): 25 October 2004:1141-1145.
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Verghese, B.G. Water conflicts in South Asia. ‘Studies in Conflict and Terrorism’ 20: 1997:185-194. http://werzit.com/intel/classes/amu/classes/lc514/LC514_Week_14_Water_Conflicts_in_South_Asia.pdf
Verghese, B.G. Water Issues in South Asia. ORF Discourse: May 2011. Available at http://www. orfonline.org/cms/export/orfonline/modules/orfdiscourse/attachments/odv_8_130526 2176430.PDF
Warikoo, K. Indus water treat: view from Kashmir. ‘Himalayan and Central Asian Studies’ 9(3): July-September 2005: 18-23.
WASSA Project Report. Water and security in South Asia: water sharing conflicts within countries and possible solutions (Vol 2): 2003. Available at http://www.gee-21.org/publications/Water-Sharing-Conflicts-within-Countries-and-Possible-Solutions.pdf
Wolf, A. T. Conflict and cooperation along international waterways. ‘Water Policy’ 1: 1998: 251-265.
World Bank, India’s water economy: bracing for a turbulent future. A report. Washington, DC: The World Bank, 2005.
Zawahri, N. A. Internationl rivers and national security: the Euphrates, Ganges-Brahmaputra, Indus, Tigris, and Yarmouk Rivers. ‘Natural Resources Forum’ 32: 2008: 280-289.
Abernethy, C. Financing river basin organizations, in M. Svendsen (ed). Irrigation and river basin management: options for governance and institutions. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing, IWMI, 2005.
Amarasinghe, U. A., T. Shah and O. Singh. Changing consumption patterns: implications for food and water demand in India. IWMI Research Report 119. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute, 2007.
Barker, R. and F. Molle. Evolution of irrigation in South and Southeast Asia. Comprehensive assessment of water management in agriculture research report 5. Colombo: International Water Management Institute, 2004.
Barrows, C.J. River basin development planning and management: a critical review. ‘World Development’ 26(1): 1998: 171-86.
Biswas, A.K., O. Varis, and C. Tortajada. Integrated water resources management in South and Southeast Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2005.
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Budds, Jessica and Gordon McGranahan. Are the debates on water privatization missing the point? Experiences from Africa, Asia and Latin America. ‘Environment & Urbanization 15(2): October 2003. http://www.environmentandurbanization.org/documents/budds_mcgranahan.pdf
Budds, Jessica. Are the debates on water privatization missing the point? Experiences from Africa, Asia and Latin America. ‘Environment and Urbanization’ 15(2): October 2003: 87-114.
Haie, N. and A.A. Keller. Effective efficiency as a tool for sustainable water resources management. ‘Journal of the American Water Resources Association’ 10: 2008:1752-1788.
Joshi, Gopal. Overview of privatization in South Asia; available at http://www2.ilo.org/public/english/region/asro/bangkok/paper/privatize/chap1.pdf
Kijne, J.W., D. Molden and R. Barker (eds.). Water productivity in agriculture: limits and opportunities for improvement. Comprehensive assessment of water management in agriculture series no. 1. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing, 2003.
Kumar, M.D. Impact of electricity prices and volumetric allocation on energy and groundwater demand management: analysis from western India. ‘Energy Policy’ 33: 39-51: 2005.
Molle, F. and J. Berkoff. Irrigation Water pricing: the gap between theory and practice. Comprehensive assessment of water management in agriculture series, no. 4. Wallingford, United Kingdom: CABI Publishing, 2007.
Molle, F. and J. Berkoff. Cities versus agriculture: revisiting inter-sectoral water transfers, potential gains, and conflicts. Comprehensive Assessment of Water Management in Agriculture Research Report 10. Colombo: International Water Management Institute, 2006.
Perry, C.J., Michael Rock and D. Seckler. Water as an economic good: a solution or a problem? IWMI Research Report 14. Colombo: International Water Management Institute, 1997.
Shiva, Vandana. Resisting water privatization, building water democracy. 2006. Available at http://www.globalternative.org/downloads/shiva-water.pdf
Wegerich, K. Groundwater institutions and management problems in the developing world, In Tellam (ed). Urban groundwater management and sustainability. Holland: Springer, 2006, pp. 447-458.
Westerhoff, G.P. The use and management of service contracts: participation in the private sector. International Report. London: International Water Association, 2000.
Bakshi, Gitanjali and Sahiba Trivedi. The Indus equation. Strategic Foresight Group, 2011. www. strategicforesight.com/110617.pdf
Brichieri-Colombi, J.S. Hydrocentricity: a limited approach to achieving food and water security. ‘Water International’ 29(3): 2004: 318-328.
Islam, Yeadul. Hydropolitics: a techno-political tangle in South Asia. Available at http://www. dscsc.mil.bd/upload/mirpur_papers/3/Yeadul% 2520Islam.pdf
Jones, Garth N. Hydropolitics in the 3rd World: Conflict and Cooperation in International River Basins. ‘Journal of Third World Studies’: Spring 2003.
Lele, Ajey, Namrata Goswami and Rumel Dahiya. Asia 2030: the unfolding future. New Delhi: Lancer, 2010.
Michel, David and Amit Pandya. Troubled waters: climate change, hydropolitics and transboundary resources. Washington, DC: The Henry L. Stimson Center, 2009. http://www.stimson.org/images/uploads/research-pdfs/Troubled_Waters-Complete.pdf
Mustaffa, Daanesh. Social construction of hydro-politics: the geographical scales of water and security in the Indus Basin. ‘The Geographical Review’ 97(4): October 2007: 484-501. http://www. amergeog.org/gr/oct07/mustafa.pdf
Salman, M. A. and Kishore Uprety. Conflict and cooperation on South Asia’s international rivers: a legal perspective. Washington, DC: A World Bank Publication, 2002.
Salman, M. A. and Kishore Uprety. Hydro-politics in South Asia: a compara-tive analysis of the Mahakali and the Ganges treaties. Available at lawlibrary.unm.edu/nrj/39/2/05_ salman_ ganges.pdf
Siddiqui, Iqtidar H. Hydro politics and water wars in South Asia. New Delhi: Lancer, 2011.
Wirsing, Robert G. Hydro-politics in South Asia: the domestic roots of interstate river rivalry. ‘Asian Affairs’ 34(1): 2007.
Flooding in Pakistan
Government of Pakistan, Economic Affairs Division. Countrywise update of Foreign Assistance for Flood Affectees (17 September 2010). http://www.infopak.gov.pk/Flood%20Relief%20Fund/17_9_2010ForeignAssistance_a. pdf.
Gronewold, Nathanial and Climatewire. Is the flooding in Pakistan a climate change Disaster? ‘Scientific American’: 18 August 2010. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=is-the-flooding-in-pakist
Haq, Noor-ul. Pakistan floods 2010. Available at http://www.ipripak.org/factfiles/ff126.pdf
Kronstadt, K. Alan, et al. Flooding in Pakistan: overview and issues for congress. 18 November 2010. Available at http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/row/R41424.pdf
Singapore Red Cross (September 15, 2010). Pakistan floods: the deluge of disaster – facts and figures as of 15 September 2010". http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900SID/LSGZ-89GD7W?OpenDocument.
The World Bank. Response to Pakistan’s floods: evaluative lessons and opportunity. The World Bank, 2010. http://siteresources.worldbank.org/EXTDIR GEN/Resources/ieg_pakistan_note.pdf
Transboundary Water Sharing
Barham, E. Ecological boundaries as community boundaries: the politics of watersheds. ‘Society and Natural Resources’ 14(3): 2001: 181-91.
Karthykeyan, Deepa. Conflicts and cooperation on transboundary waters in South Asia. 2011. Available at http://athenainfonomics.in/wp-ontent/uploads/2011/08/Conflictandcooperation.pdf
Mohan, Shantha, Salien Routray and N. Shahikumar (eds). River water sharing: transboundary conflict and cooperation in India. New Delhi: Routledge, 2010.
Sneddon, Chris and Coleen Fox. Rethinking transboundary waters: a critical hydropolitics of the Mekong basin. ‘Political Geography’ 25: 2006: 181-202. http://perso.univ-lemans.fr/~ffortu/Develop pement_environnement_et_agriculture/Asie/%5Bcoleen%20Sneddon%5D%20transboundary %20waters%20a%20critical%20hydropolitics% 20of%20the%20mekong%20basin.pdf
Wolf, Aaron T. and Joshua T. Newton. Case study of transboundary dispute resolution: the Indus water treaty. Available at http://www.transboundary waters.orst.edu/research/case_studies/Documents/indus.pdf
Babcockt, Hope M. Reserved Indian water rights in riparian jurisdiction: water, water everywhere, perhaps some drops for us. Available at http://scholar ship.law.georgetown.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1502&context=facpub
Chauhan, B.R. Settlement of international and interstate waters dispute in India. Delhi: Indian Law Institute, 1992.
Chauhan, B.R. Settlement of international water law disputes in international drainage basins, 1981.
Cullet, Philippe and Sujith Koonan. Water law in India: an introduction to legal instruments. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2011.
Gulhati, N.D. Development of interstate rivers: law and practice in India, 1972.
Iyer, Ramaswamy R. Water and the laws in India. New Delhi: Sage, 2009.
Singh, Chattrapati (ed.). Water laws in India (containing a collection of papers by various authors on water rights in India. Delhi: Indian Law Institute, 1992.
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Water law and the commons: proceedings of a workshop, 2009. Available at http://www.ielrc.org/activities/workshop_0612/content/d0623.pdf
Urban Water Challenges
Baker, Lawrence A., Peter Shanahan and Jim Holway. Principles for managing the urban water environment in the 21st century. Chapter 14. Available at http://www.jlakes.org/book/WATER-ENV-CITY/fulltext(26).pdf
Challenges of integration in urban water management: a mid-term assessment in Alexandria, Egypt, 2008. http://www.switchurbanwater.eu/outputs/pdfs/W6-0_CALE_REP_Challenges_of% 20integra tion_ in_UWM.pdf
Khatri, K.B. Challenges for urban water supply and sanitation in the developing countries. UNESCO IHE Institute for Water Education. www.unesco-ihe.org/.../file/9.paper%20urbanisation% 20kala%20draft.pdf
Mays, Larry (ed). Integrated urban water management: arid and semi-arid regions. UNESCO-IPH, CRC Press, 2009.
McKenzie, David and Isha Ray. Urban water supply in India: status, reform option and possible lessons. http://erg.berkeley.edu/publications/Isha %20Ray/McKenzieRay-India-urbanwater-forWP.pdf
Rygaard, Martin et al. Increasing urban water self-sufficiency: new era, new challenges. ‘Journal of Environmental Management’ 92: 2011: 185-194. http://www.kysq.org/docs/Rygaard%20et% 20al..pdf
Shah, T. Groundwater and human development: challenges and opportunities in Livelihoods and Environment. ‘Water Science and Technology’ 8: 2005: 27-37.
The World Bank. Urban water supply and sanitation. South Asia rural development series. Washington, DC: World Bank Publications, 2000.
Uitto, Juha I. and Asit K. Biswas (ed). Water for urban areas: challenges and perspectives. Water resources management and policy series, 2008.
Vaidyanathan, A. Depletion of groundwater: some issues. ‘Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics’ 51(1-2): January-June1996.