The World Bank (WB) on Tuesday ended a wait of almost two years for an answer to the conflict between India and Pakistan regarding the Kishanganga Hydroelectric Project. The international institution has asked Pakistan to agree to India’s proposal for the appointment of a neutral expert who would be able to suggest a resolution based on the technicalities of the project, instead of the International Court of Arbitration (ICA) as was Pakistan’s demand, as reported by Dawn. The project includes a dam on the river Kishanganga, which is a tributary of the river Jhelum. Read More