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Doab

(dō`ăb), term applied in India to a tract of land between two converging rivers. The Doab, unqualified by the names of any rivers, designates the tract in Uttar Pradesh state between the Ganges and Yamuna rivers, extending from the Shiwalik Range to the rivers' confluence at Allahabad. This well-irrigated region is the greatest wheat growing area of the state.
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DOAB CC 267-9 in 35 overs (Sardar Khan 68, Kashif Shah 52, Khaista Khan 30, Kashif Shah 23, Mola Deen 20; Asim Ali 4-40, Mohammad Nadeem 2-23); N.K.
At the other end of the gap spectrum are agricultural areas of the Upper Chaj Doab and Upper Thal Doab (Gujrat, Khushab, Jhang, etc.), where the recharge rate is higher than extraction and the consequence of this gap is water-logging.
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Keywords: Rechna Doab, zone budget, groundwater modeling, water balance and steady state simulations
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by Mahbob Shah Mahbob on 12 October, 2014 - 16:25 JALALABAD (Pajhwok): Residents on Sunday complained police had occupied and turned into a rest house a hospital building in the Doab district of eastern Nuristan province.
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To better understand these issues, a team of researchers working from the International Water Management Institute's Pakistan office evaluated reasons for RCT adoption, farmer response to RCT use, and the resulting water use impacts in the Rechna Doab (a doab is the area between two rivers, in this case the Ravi and Chenab tributaries of the Indus), at the center of the rice-wheat zone in Pakistan's Indus Basin (figure 2).
The data used in this study was collected from 544 farms located in the Rechna Doab. The results highlighted the problem of increased use of tubewell water in the saline ground water zones that had resulted in the deterioration of the soils and ground water quality, which has led to the problem of permanent upcoming of saline ground water.