In a major breakthrough, researchers of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, have identified a protein - Rv1860 - which can stimulate protective immunity against tuberculosis (TB).

According to a Government Resolution (GR), school heads will have to sign and fill up an undertaking with their picture.

TISS survey throws up alarming results.

Atleast 50 per cent households in every area in the M-East ward stay in average or inadequate housing conditions, the highest being in Mankhurd (63.76 per cent in average and 10.72 per cent in inad

BARC official said that the unsafe water sample can be further tested easily, to quantify the fluoride level roughly in order to know how unsafe it is.

Only 6.4 per cent and eight per cent of Scheduled Tribe and Scheduled Caste households are using clean fuel in rural parts.

A report by the International Institute of Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai, shows that the per capita emission of carbon dioxide by urban households is a shocking 16 times more than rural households. Experts say as households become richer, they consume more energy, leading to more carbon dioxide emission.

Taking objection to the state cellphone tower policy that bans installation of base station antennae within the three-metre radius of schools, colleges and hospitals, the Telecom Enforcement Resour

There is no cause of alarm with regard to possible ill-effects on human health by electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation from cellphone towers and cellphones because the limits adopted in India acco

Mumbai : The Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project (JNPP) has picked pace with 61 per cent of the project affected persons (PAPs) accepting the additional land compensation package of Rs 22.5 lakh per hec

THE slum areas of wards M-East and M-West under zone seven and wards T and S under zone six of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) have been identified as highly socio-economic vulne