JAIPUR: The Lake Development Authority of Rajasthan would have to form a State Wetland Authority as the union minister of environment, forest and climate change, Prakash Javadekar said that the reg

JAIPUR: Taking into consideration rising childhood obesity, diabetes and hypertension, an expert committee set up by Ministry of Women and Child Development (MWCD) has recommended ban on sale of ju

After the Government of India ban on the production, sale and distribution of diclofenac for veterinary use in 2008 failed to make an impact, the National Human Rights Commission had stepped in to

In a commendable initiative, villagers of three panchayats in Pali have come together and unanimously agreed to form a community reserve to protect the leopard.

JAIPUR: Rajasthan leads the country with the largest geographical area under mining leases, hence leading to largest diversion of forest land.

State animal Chinkara, the state bird Great Indian Bustard and the national bird Peacock can all be offered over dinner in Rajasthan.

The 18th meeting of the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) Scientific Council (SCC18) to be held in Germany this month has included the issue of use of diclof

If the ministry of mines is to be believed, Rajasthan has the largest geographical area under mining leases in the country.

JAIPUR: While Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve is facing the problem of plenty with 60 tigers in 392 sq. km, Sariska spread over 866 sq. km houses just nine tigers after the relocation in 2008.

The National Green Tribunal's central zone bench in Bhopal has banned mining activities in 84 stone and marble quarries located inside and within 1 km radius of the Sariska tiger reserve and adjoin