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Pakistan Water & Power Development Authority

The Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) was established through an act of parliament in February 1958 for integrated and rapid development and maintenance of water and power resources of the country. This includes controlling soil salinity and water logging to rehabilitate the affected land in order to strengthen the predominantly agricultural economy of the country.

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National Flag Hoisting Ceremony at WAPDA House

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August 12, 2022: Newly appointed Chairman of the Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) Lt Gen Sajjad Ghani

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July 17,2022: Alhmdulillah! Hub Dam today filled to maximum level of 339.15 feet with water storage of 6,87,000 acre

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WAPDA today signed two more contracts of K-IV Project for construction of water filtration plants and reservoirs (FP1
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HYDROLOGY & WATER MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION (H&WM)

DAILY HYDROLOGICAL DATA

Date: 16-08-2022
  (Discharges  in 1000 Cusecs & Temerature in oC)
Stations Today Last Year

Average
Last 5-Years
(2017 to 2021)

Average
Last 10-Years
(2012 to 2021)

 
River Inflows (Mean)
Indus at Tarbela 284.3 172.8 232.7 230.9
Kabul at Nowshera 47.3 38.9 45.6 48.0
Jhelum at Mangla 44.7 34.9 32.5 36.6
Chenab at Marala(at 0600 hrs) 155.9 55.8 75.6 92.3
Total 532.2 302.4 386.4 407.8
Skardu (Kachura) Temperature (°C )
Maximum 31.7 26.7 26.2 26.8
Minimum 21.1 14.4 14.6 15.6
Reservoir Outflows (Mean)
Tarbela 269.3 130.0 183.9 198.4
Mangla 10.0 20.0 12.0 13.1
Chashma 266.7 175.0 240.6 267.5
C-J Link 13.0 3.0 7.5 9.2
CRBC 2.6 4.6 4.1 3.9
IRSA Indent at Reservoirs
Tarbela 269.3 130.0 148.9 152.5
Mangla 10.0 20.0 12.0 13.1
Chashma 170.0 175.0 195.0 200.5
Sindh Barrages Discharge (Upstream at 0600 hrs)
Guddu 296.4 128.0 229.7 273.3
Sukkur 250.1 85.8 171.9 224.2
Kotri 212.7 89.1 116.3 159.8
Stations Today Last Year

Average 

Last 5-Years
(2017 to 2021)

Average

Last 10-Years      (2012 to 2021)

 
Reservoir Levels in ft. (at 0600 hrs)
Tarbela 1547.20 1544.87 1542.39 1538.50
Mangla 1171.95 1202.95 1210.20 1215.45
Chashma 640.30 647.40 644.10 644.40
Reservoir Storages in MAF (at 0600 hrs)
Tarbela 5.666 5.589 5.363 5.144
Mangla 2.762 4.522 4.997 5.364
Chashma 0.029 0.202 0.102 0.110
Total 8.457 10.313 10.462 10.618