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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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Yet another glorious performance of WAPDA, as its Cycling Teams clinched both Men’s and Women’s Titles in

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WAPDA won All Pakistan Commissioner Multan Gold Cup Hockey Tournament today, beating Army on penalty shoot-out with 4-1

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Men’s Single: Muzammil Murtaza
Ladies Single: Sara Mehboob
Ladies Double: Sara Mansoor and Sara Mehboob
Boys

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Brilliant performance by WAPDA in 10th National Rowing Indoor Championship, as Team WAPDA won Women’s title with

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WAPDA News

February 2, 2023:
Besides development schemes agreed with United Kohistan Jirga in December 2022, WAPDA will also

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Chairman WAPDA speaks of priorities about human resource development, employees’ career progression

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January 30, 2023:
Chairman WAPDA Engineer Lt Gen Sajjad Ghani (Retd) visited Central Material Testing Laboratory (CMTL)

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Mohmand Dam Project:
Construction in progress on all 11 sites;
Project likely to be completed in 2026

January 25, 2023:

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January 20,2023: Passing out ceremony of the first batch, comprising 150 WAPDA security personnel, was held today at

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Tarbela 5th Ext. to commence generation in July 2025

January 20, 2023: Chairman WAPDA Engineer Lt Gen Sajjad Ghani

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HYDROLOGY & WATER MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION (H&WM)

DAILY HYDROLOGICAL DATA

Date: 03-02-2023
  (Discharges  in 1000 Cusecs)
Stations Today Last Year

Average
Last 5-Years
(2018 to 2022)

Average
Last 10-Years
(2013 to 2022)

 
River Inflows (Mean)
Indus at Tarbela 15.3 18.1 16.8 16.7
Kabul at Nowshera 11.9 7.3 8.0 9.7
Jhelum at Mangla 13.3 9.8 9.6 9.9
Chenab at Marala(at 0600 hrs) 10.1 15.6 10.3 8.7
Total 50.6 50.8 44.7 45.0
Skardu (Kachura) Temperature (°C )
Maximum 3.9 1.1 1.6 2.3
Minimum -1.1 -7.8 -6.4 -4.4
Reservoir Outflows (Mean)
Tarbela 32.0 25.0 28.6 28.1
Mangla 10.0 0.3 9.7 20.1
Chashma 40.0 38.0 40.4 39.1
C-J Link 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
CRBC 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
IRSA Indent at Reservoirs
Tarbela 32.0 25.0 28.6 28.1
Mangla 10.0 0.6 9.7 20.2
Chashma 40.0 38.0 40.4 39.1
Sindh Barrages Discharge (Upstream at 0600 hrs)
Guddu 40.3 34.2 30.7 34.6
Sukkur 27.3 25.1 24.0 25.8
Kotri 9.7 6.3 6.8 9.3
Stations Today Last Year

Average 

Last 5-Years
(2018 to 2022)

Average

Last 10-Years      (2013 to 2022)

 
Reservoir Levels in ft. (at 0600 hrs)
Tarbela 1491.96 1446.80 1453.05 1456.94
Mangla 1130.80 1142.55 1146.92 1147.22
Chashma 642.80 643.20 642.80 642.13
Reservoir Storages in MAF (at 0600 hrs)
Tarbela 2.826 1.060 1.200 1.351
Mangla 1.094 1.495 1.658 1.669
Chashma 0.074 0.082 0.074 0.060
Total 3.994 2.637 2.932 3.080