ALLAHABAD: Even as district health authorities claim that they are prepared to deal with the influx of dengue patients, another vector-borne disease malaria has tightened its grip in trans-Yamuna a

ALLAHABAD: Making a smart move to utilize the solar power, the UP New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA) is all set to install rooftop grid-interactive solar power plant at government

PRATAPGARH/ALLAHABAD: After five years of collective work, over 10,000 people in nearly 50 villages of Pratapgarh and Allahabad districts have been successful in bringing the Bakulahi river back to

Altogether 115 medical units, including hospitals, nursing homes, pathology labs and orthopaedic and maternity clinics of the city are in the dock for not sending their bio waste for disposal to th

The roads of Uttar Pradesh account for more deaths than any other state in the country.

Thirty-five out of 62 water samples collected in last three days have been found unfit for drinking.

Taking serious note of a Times of India report on toxic water causing health havoc in 80 villages of trans Ganga and Yamuna areas, the National Human Right Commission (NHRC) has asked the district

The pre and post-monsoon survey report of groundwater department indicating continuous depletion of groundwater in Civil Lines, Sadar, Beli, Peepalgaon, Bamrauli, Prayag, Naini and Nayapurwa areas

High levels of iron, nitrates and chlorides and turbidity in groundwater in 80 villages of trans-Ganga and Yamuna areas is playing havoc with the health of thousands of unsuspecting villagers.

Alarmed over the rise in ailments related to heart, kidney and blood, the district administration has deployed 10-12 tankers to quench the thirst of the villagers in these areas.

ALLAHABAD: For a cleaner Ganga and Yamuna at Magh Mela commencing from January 14, 2014, officials of Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) have decided to start monitoring quality of water