The project monitors incidences of conflict over natural resources in the Amaravati region of Krishna river basin. The bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh in 2014 has turned the Krishna basin into a site of multiple conflicts. The project tracks and studies conflict incidences over land, water and environmental resources in and around Amaravati. This pilot project, supported by The Asia Foundation, attempts a new methodology of tracking and following everyday manifestations of conflicts on the ground to draw lessons for governance and policy making. The project tracks the trajectories of three conflicts: (a) over interstate water sharing of Krishna river waters between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana; (b) around implementing the Land Pooling Scheme (LPS) for building Amaravati, the new capital city of Andhra Pradesh; and, (c) the environmental conflicts around building Amaravati on the banks of the Krishna river.