There is little that the Rajasthan Pollution Control Board (RPCB) can do to check pollution.

The state bird conservation plan is caught up in bureaucratic red-tapism.

At a time when Union minister for new and renewable energy Farooq Abdullah is contemplating to ask World Bank for an assistance of $500 million for the first phase of Sambhar ultra-mega solar power

Jaipur: A world class city is not just about flyovers and Metros.

The objective of 'Project Tiger' of Union ministry of environment and forests to provide inviolate area for tiger movement might be just beating around the bush, at least in Rajasthan.

Jaipur: There are growing fears over the fate of Machli, the celebrated tigress of Ranthambore National Park, who continues to be missing after she was last spotted on January 9 in zone 5 of the pa

JAIPUR: Vultures, the birds of prey, in Jorbeer near Bikaner are alarmingly falling prey to Diclofenac despite the government ban on production of the drug for veterinary use in 2006.

Jawadia/Pali: Villagers in the quaint village Jawadia, barely three kms away from Pali, are silent spectators to the political drama.

JAIPUR: Untreated industrial and domestic effluent has turned rivers in Rajasthan into chemical-laden toxic 'nullahs' that are adversely affecting the ground water and health of people living aroun

A recent report of the Union water resources ministry states that villages in Rajasthan are most affected by contaminated water in the country.

According to the report, in Rajasthan, 25,504 rural habitations or 1.09 crore people are getting water with chemical or bacterial contamination. Assam comes next with 12,879 rural habitations or 0.44 crore people affected by contamination, followed by Bihar with 10,587 affected households.