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The Water Wars| Madhya Pradesh

As the Sardar Sarovar dam fills up, issues of rehabilitation, compensation come to the fore too.

As the water level of the Sardar Sarovar dam inches towards its full capacity of 138.98 metres (thanks to a plentiful monsoon), Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat are locked in yet another dispute. The MP government has acc­used Gujarat of closing the sluice gates of the dam ahead of the schedule agreed upon by the states in consultation with the Narmada Control Authority (NCA), the agency set up

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