In an attempt to check infant mortality rate, Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illnesses (IMNCI) programme was launched in city on Thursday with an objective to train basic health wo

Acknowledging that maternal mortality rate in the state is 8.9% due to unsafe abortions and around 15,000 women die annually across the nation due to it, the NRHM (National Rural Health Mission) au

ALLAHABAD: With the theme of 'turning the city green' and also to preserve the green cover, the authorities have set a target of planting a total of 2,10,600 saplings across the district.

Continuing its battle to eradicate polio from the district, volunteers of the UNICEF Social Mobilization Network along with the health department are making efforts to cover a total of 128 families

Officials of District Aids Programme Control Unit (DAPCU) swung into action following the report filed by National Aids Control Organisation (NACO) terming around 132 villages as sensitive to HIV t

In an effort to spread awareness about conserving groundwater level and proper utilization of rainwater for storage, the groundwater department has chalked out a fresh strategy inducting educationa

ALLAHABAD: In a novel approach aimed at recharging depleting ground water status in the arid land of Bundelkhand, the Banda district administration has been interacting and seeking suggestions from

ALLAHABAD: After Maha Kumbh, the 22 crossroads of the city are set to wear a new look, as officials of Allahabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) have decided to take up solar powered traffic signal system with the help of a Delhi-based firm under the public-private partnership (PPP ) model.

As part of its pilot project of 2012, solar panels, signal lights and other equipment were installed at four major crossings including Subhash crossing and Rana Pratap crossing but due to Kumbh preparations, the project could not be taken up.

SANGAM: Angry over Ganga water turning black and red over the past 48 hours, Shankaracharyas, seers and Dandi swamis, with all the akaharas in tow, expressed on Tuesday said the state government was hurting their faith and sentiments.

Taking an oath at Harishchandra ghat to make the river clean and pure, the Shankarachrya, mahants, mahamandleshwars and seers announced to block eminent roads leading to Sangam on Wednesday.