Even though intense summer is yet to set in, the number of villages facing acute shortage of drinking water has increased from 2,873 to 3,100 in the brief span of a week.

Notwithstanding the lead taken by governor Ch Vi dyasagar Rao, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious cleanliness drive has failed to take off in Maharashtra, particularly Mumbai, owing to lack o

MUMBAI: In a landmark order, the Aurangabad bench of Bombay high court has directed the state government not to grant any administrative approval in respect of any water project until an integrated

MUMBAI: The Ministry of environment and forest led by senior BJP leader Prakash Jawdekar on Friday approved a Rs 4845 crore Krishna-Marathwada irrigation project that will irrigate nearly one lakh

Populist Move Driven By Polls; Owners To Pay To Regularize Plots

Even as Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi had raised his voice against undue favours extended to the Adani group, it has transpired that the UPA government had quietly cleared a proposal for all

Even as the public health department claims to have effectively controlled major diseases in the state, Maharashtra has earned the dubious distinction of being home to the largest incidence of both

Govt In For More Trouble, BJP To File 3 Writ Petitions

Apublic interest litigation has been filed before the Bombay high court seeking directions to the CBI to consider the judicial commission report in the Adarsh case. It also asks that the investigation agency prosecute the state cabinet for attempting to shield the accused by thwarting the panel’s findings.

Despite the implementation of a national prevention programme and state-of-the-art infrastructure for treatment, Maharashtra has witnessed an alarming rise in cases of cancer among women in the las

Despite tall claims by the public health department on tackling diseases, Maharashtra has achieved the dubious distinction of recording highest number of dengue deaths in the current year.