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Breaking treaty is not a good option.
However as the article says "India must convince the world that the treaty was based on political Goodwill only and that Goodwill disappeared once Pakistan turned itself into a haven for terrorists."
So what can be done here, if we break the treaty and stop the water China would follow the same on Brahmaputra River and all 7 states of east India would dried up.
I feel this is right time to hit Pakistan from all the possible side and let Pak. government accountable against Pakistani Citizens for their terrorist supportive actions.
You can have all the tools in the world but if you don't genuinely believe in yourself, it's useless.
When you want to curtail the natural flow of any river, you need to build dam to store water for various uses and irrigation.
With Dams you cannot hold water permanently when there is excess rainfall, you have to open it. Question is do we have dam in place or not.
Too much of good is bad,mix some evil in it
I think the best part of the match was yesterday's run out.
Umesh Yadav threw from the deep (maybe third man), and Ross Taylor was running to the danger end.
He crossed the crease but his bat was not grounded! Direct hit and it was a long walk back for Mr RT...
Having played 74 test matches and being the most experienced player on either side, better was expected.