Foreword: Basudev Dahal (Exective Directory, IIDS). nPreface and acknowledgements. nContributors. n1. Introduction; D.N. Dhungel et al. n2. Historical eye view; D.N. Dhungel. n3. Multi-purpose projects; D. Bhattarai. n4. Water resources utilization-irrigation; S.N. Poudel. n5. Hydropower development; P. M.S. Pradhan. n6. Power trading; S.B. Pun. n7. Access to sea: Kosi canal waterway; A.B. Thapa. n8. River-linking concept of India viewed from the Nepalese perspective; H.M. Shrestha. n9. Personal reflections: Nepal-India water relations; B.K. Pradhan. n10. Inundation at the Southern border; D.N. Dhungel et al. n11. Epilogue (Re-imagining Nepal's water: institutional blind spots, developmental blind alleys and the lessons of the century past); D. Gyawali. nReferences. nAnnexes.
Nepalese professional perspective on Nepal-India water relationship
Historical perspective and evaluation of relationship
Exhaustive coverage from inundation to hydropower to India river linking
Personal reflection of those involved in development of Nepal-India water relationship
Non-governmental policy input on Nepal-India water relationship