Depredations of a virus, public outcry and strictures of the Supreme Court combine to make the aquaculture industry sit up and take note of its own misdemeanours

A draft national policy guideline for the allocation of river waters has run into strong opposition from the states

Bretton Woods institutions come in for a beating from a new coalition of NGOs

Posting humans to inhospitable sites in the Himalaya to monitor snow and wind patterns may soon be unnecessary

Self reliance and export prospects have contributed to the rapid growth of the Indian chemical industry. But the distaff side of the boom is the gigantic quantities of harmful byproducts: noxious wastes, dumped irresponsibly anywhere you can find some unm

A giant pond at a dairy in Gujarat is the world's largest water storehouse of the sun's energy and heats about 80,000 litres of water everyday