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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A river, about 975 km (605 mi) long, of northern India and eastern Pakistan. It is one of the five rivers of the Punjab.

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  • The Chenab is a fine river, the stream 150 yards wide, but on either side extensive beds of sand show that the river during some seasons is of great width.

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  • This does not include a vast undertaking known as the Chenab

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  • India stopping the flow of the Chenab is a violation of the

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  • Unofficially, the Pakistani leadership has indicated that they would be willing to accept alternatives such as a demilitarized Kashmir, if sovereignty of Azad Kashmir was to be extended over the Kashmir valley, or the 'Chenab' formula, by which India would retain parts of Kashmir on its side of the Chenab river, and Pakistan the other side - effectively re-partioning Kashmir on communal lines.

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  • And if all that was not India has blocked water to river Chenab which is like one of the most important resource of water for Pakistan and that same water irrigates the rich lands of Punjab which are responsible for important crops like wheat and rice and if that carried on the next gift from this Government might be food crisis.

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  • He said after receiving the nod, a park, water canal, public conveniences, shelter sheds and bathing ghats would be constructed on left bank of river Chenab at Jiapotha pilgrim site.

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  • The Minister was apprised that under Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) Rs. 1.42 crore have been expended on creation of various tourist related infrastructure at Jiapotha for development of river Chenab front.

    Heritage sites of Jammu & Kashmir on top agenda

  • He said that more facilities for tourists would be created in the area and directed the concerned authorities to formulate a detailed project report for further development of Chenab river front near Ambaran and Jiapotha, Akhnoor for approval by the Union Ministry of Tourism.

    Heritage sites of Jammu & Kashmir on top agenda

  • The Minister was apprised that under Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) Rs. 1.42 crore have been expended on creation of various tourist related infrastructure at Jiapotha for development of river Chenab front.

    Heritage sites of Jammu & Kashmir on top agenda

  • He said that more facilities for tourists would be created in the area and directed the concerned authorities to formulate a detailed project report for further development of Chenab river front near Ambaran and Jiapotha, Akhnoor for approval by the Union Ministry of Tourism.

    Heritage sites of Jammu & Kashmir on top agenda

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