Jaipur: In absence of environmental clearances (EC) for 25,000 mines operating in Rajasthan, the sector is facing a bleak future.

JAIPUR: A target which Rajasthan government could not achieve in past eight months, is now aiming to accomplish in only 20 days.

Union minister for drinking water and sanitation Birendra Singh said that Rajasthan is worst affected by water contamination in the country and 22,254 habitations in the state are yet to be provide

JAIPUR: The mystery over the existence of Saraswati river, it seems, may soon be solved.

JAIPUR: The new mineral policy has not even spared god's property from mining activities.

JAIPUR: Illegal mining has emerged as one of the biggest fountainheads of loss of revenue in the state with the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report being tabled in the assembly on Wednesda

The Rajasthan government has failed to utilize even the allocated money in the financial year 2014-15 under National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) even as it wants the Centre to grant more

Buoyed by success of the Bhopal model in managing of municipal and plastic waste, Rajasthan is planning to replicate it in Jaipur.

To achieve the target of 25,000 mega watt (MW) production of solar power in next five years, the state government has finalized amendments in Rajasthan solar policy , 2011.

Penny wise, pound foolish, that's exactly what the state government has done by handing over rare copper and sliver ore rich mines at DokamBaniwala in Sikar district to extract stones and building