As the world increasingly resorts to natural, plant derived cures for illnesses, the wealth of India's traditional medicinal systems lies virtually untapped because of poor research and development and marketing.

An Indore engineer has solved the problem of waterlogging in the city's slums by building sloping roads that lead excess water to the nearest nullah.

The future of the Taj Mahal is once again at stake because, the environment versus industry debate notwithstanding, pollution levels in Agra are rising once again.

A CPWD proposal to ban use of timber in construction has generated friction between manufacturers of wood substitutes and plywood, with each side claiming their product is superior.