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January 23, 2002
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India, China to jointly conduct hydrographic studies of Sutlej

India and China are likely to go in for joint hydrographic studies of the Sutlej river in Himachal Pradesh to enable flood control as this had been causing immense damage to the state.

"There is a proposal to have a joint hydrographic study with China of the Sutlej river along the lines of the Bramhaputra for which an agreement was signed during the recent visit of Chinese Prime Minister Zhu Rongji," Water Resources Minister Arjun Charan Sethi told reporters in Delhi.

The minister said the exchange of information on the river had been stopped since 1962.

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