On 22nd December 1992 the general assembly of United Nations announce to celebrate world water day on 22nd march. Nature has gifted Pakistan with natural resources as well as water resources, and we are not using this resources on proper way. Every year the amount of water which are waste on sea without using it make many dollars. In 1951 the water resources in Pakistan were 5650 cubic meter but in 2002 it was recorded 1400 cubic meter, it is 1000 cubic meter .It is written in the report of UN that the amount of water flash in the washroom of developed country , with that amount of water the living things of the other world use for their drinking purpose, for the making of meal and for washing clothes. The use of water increases day by day. According to UNESCO the citizens of developed countries uses 10% more water than the developing countries. Developed countries uses 500 to 800litres of water daily and the developing countries uses 60 to 150litres. If the use of water will remain same then after 25 years the water will not be enough for human beings in the Earth. According to report of UNESCO there are 263 countries which are connected to each other by river. There are 145 countries in which river flow from the border of one country and enters into other country, Pakistan and India are also included in these countries. The 263 rivers have one-third part in the middle of more than two countries. According to report the seven wars have been fought in the world. The UN introduces water day to stop the misuse of water, but the developed countries are not in the control of UN so which effect they would face for not making the water day? Pakistan must solve their water problems with Afghanistan and India so Pakistan have to inform UN and UN will help Pakistan only in that case if Pakistan will carefully make Dams and stop the misuse of water.
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Jamshed Gul Bukhari (Pakistan) is affiliated with the premier Urdu newspaper the Daily Jang simultaneously published from six big cities of Pakistan – Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Quetta, Multan and Peshawar. Besides, the Daily Jang is published from London (UK) as an international paper. Jamshed writes from Karachi and covers local, provincial, inter-provincial and national news. He reports on religious, political, socio-economic, environment and other human-interest development. Jamshed has been affiliated with the Daily Jang since the past thirteen years. He is the recipient of many national and international awards on various most-viewed stories of different sectors. He has master’s degrees in mass-communication and political science with an additional degree in law. He has been teaching mass communication as a visiting faculty at the Federal Urdu University since the last seven years.

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