Adani Green Energy’s 100 MW plant at Sardargarh village can turn out to be a game changer

It’s much more, say farmer leaders | Water still stuck in low-lying areas

To provide chemical-free ‘langar’ to the devotees visiting the Golden Temple and other historic shrines, the SGPC has decided to adopt organic farming.

A WHO report says Amritsar is the ninth most polluted city in the country | PPCB to install monitoring device soon

Fresh spell of rain to reduce yield | State seeks more Central relief in wake of crop damage | Harvesting delayed

Against the national average of 10% among injectable drug users, the count stands much high at 40% in Amritsar and 27% in Tarn Taran

The rampant drug addiction among youths in Punjab is putting them at the risk of bigger danger — HIV infection. The HIV prevalence among injectable drug users (IDUs) is 27 per cent in Tarn Taran and 40 per cent in Amritsar, much above the national average of 10 per cent. The Opiod Substitution Therapy (OST) Centre here has over 1,000 registered male patients, of whom 180 have been regularly visiting the centre to avail the treatment. Amritsar too has an OST Centre with 420 men listed with it; 90 have been visiting regularly for treatment.