The government cancer hospital (GCH) in Aurangabad, which is catering to the patients from Marathwada as well as several neighbouring districts, has recorded around 10% rise in new cancer cases eve
The quality of drinking water supplied in many parts of the district has become a cause of concern with the possibilities of a rise in water-borne diseases from the affected areas.
Considering the incurring burden on a common citizen with the exorbitant 10% rise in water charges every year as per the contract signed by the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) and the privat
A survey carried out in Jalna district has revealed that acute anaemia is crippling girl students, especially those aged between 14 and 16 years.
The Pune bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday directed the police to take action against those who create excessive noise on the streets during the night of December 31.
Improper aeration system and untreated sewage released in the Salim Ali Lake, causing a depletion of dissolved oxygen (DO) are the major reasons for the mass mortality of fishes at the historic lak
AURANGABAD: Better education and socio-economic status have had little impact on the health profile of the city's youth.
AURANGABAD: Thousands of dead fish were found in the historical Salim Ali Lake in the city on Sunday.
AURANGABAD: Cotton farmers in Marathwada should explore options beyond Bt cotton seeds as the costs of cultivating the genetically modified variety were higher, but with no added productivity, prof
One need not put up with unbearably high noise during the upcoming Ganeshotsav or for that matter any religious festival.
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