The government is all set to reconstitute and revive the Prime Minister’s Council on Climate Change, an advisory body that has not met in the last three years, as India prepares to assess its domes

The NDA government’s mantra as it prepares to usher in a new environmental regime in the country seems to be two-pronged — to make it easier for industries to set up new facilities but difficult fo

In view of a recent court order, ruling that the payments made under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act cannot be lower than those prescribed under the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, Rural Devel

Overnight rain in many parts of northern India helped bring the temperatures down on Wednesday.

While noting that

With the Cancun conference having achieved a major success in bringing the troubled climate negotiations back on track, four major developing economies

Spelling out its non-negotiables for an agreed outcome at the Cancun climate change conference, the group of four major developing economies

Japan's refusal to extend the Kyoto Protocol beyond 2012 has led to a major uproar at the climate change conference here, with developing countries criticising Tokyo

In the first significant announcement at the climate change conference here, the European Union put forward about $2.9 billion as its contribution to the

On the first day of the 16th annual climate change conference that began in Cancun on Monday, it became clear that the countries had made little progress from the failed previous meet in Copenhagen, but had actually moved backwards on certain issues.

The opening day of the two-week conference saw countries restating their old positions and bickering on how to take the troubled talks forward.