IWT


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IWTIndependent World Television
IWTI Was There
IWTIllegal Wildlife Trade (crime)
IWTInternational Welding Technologist (certification)
IWTIndustrial Wind Turbine
IWTInverse Wavelet Transform
IWTIncumbent Worker Training
IWTInland Water Transport
IWTIndus Water Treaty (India and Pakistan)
IWTInland Waterway Transport
IWTInstitute for Women and Technology
IWTInstitute for Writing and Thinking (Bard College; New York)
IWTInterest Withholding Tax
IWTI Would Think
IWTImpact World Tour
IWTInstituut voor Wegtransport (Belgium)
IWTInternational Workshop on Telematics
IWTInternational Warehousing and Transport
IWTInterstate Waste Technologies, Inc.
IWTIntegrated Weapons Team
IWTIntercompany Work Transfer
IWTInterdepartmental Work Team
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It was in service for 30 years before being re-acquired by IWT. It remained at the Cynwyd site and has not been used since.
IWAI further claimed that it aims to increase cargo transportation through IWT in India from 72 million tonnes to 120 million tonnes by 2023.
He said Pakistan has already raised the matter at the dispute resolution mechanism of the World Bank, which brokered the IWT. However, the matter has not been resolved, as yet.
Mischievously, the new Indian conceived design is based on a recreant pretext: since water from the Indus Basin flows downstream from India to Pakistan, revoking the IWT would technically permit India to take control of and if it created enough storage space through the construction of large dams halt the western waters' flow into Pakistan.
Talking to Dawn on Thursday, secretary of Pakistan's Ministry of Water Resources Khawaja Shumail said: "We have neither concern nor objection if India diverts water of eastern rivers and supplies it to its people or uses it for other purposes, as the IWT allows it to do so."
Talking to Dawn on Thursday, secretary of Pakistan's Ministry of Water Resources Khawaja Shumail said: 'We have neither concern nor objection if India diverts water of eastern rivers and supplies it to its people or uses it for other purposes, as the IWT allows it do so.'
"Initially, India was not ready for the talks but we kept in touch with them under the IWT," he said, adding that India agreed to the visit by the Pakistan delegation after Islamabad forcefully raised the issue.
The IWT divides the six major rivers of the Indus basin between Pakistan and India.
Writing letters, making calls on the hotline, and appealing to the World Bank - who is an arbitrator in the IWT - is not going to make any difference to a stubborn and belligerent India.
Hubei - along the middle reaches of the Yangtze River - lies at the crossroads of the east-west Yangtze's IWT corridor.
"I urge countries in Southeast Asia to initiate a regional initiative to ensure a collaborative and connected response against IWT," she said.
In this light, I am delighted to announce that under the Illegal Wildlife Trade Fund for the Philippines, the UK Government will support projects that are geared towards increasing awareness of IWT (including ivory).