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With increasing water scarcity in India, the need for establishing institutional mechanisms such as the water rights and entitlements (WR&E) system is widely recognized. But, there are many questions continue to persist as to the form and feasibility as well as the challenges and opportunities involved in establishing such a system in Indian context. This chapter tries to answer some of these questions by (a) discussing the legal, policy, and organizational aspects of WR&E system relevant for India; (b) tracing the evolution of informal and formal WR&E systems at various scales; (c) assessing the opportunity costs of missing or unclear WR&E system in terms of foregone benefits; (d) indicating the technical and institutional potentials as well as the political economy constraints for promoting the WR&E framework; (e) exploring how the WR&E framework can be introduced in areas with rudimentary water rights; and (f) Concluding with the identification of short and medium term options as well as paths and implementation strategies for promoting the WR&E framework for India.
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