To tackle the issue of increasing carbon dioxide in the air and maintain an ecological balance, the forest department of Madhya Pradesh is planning to grow grass on open forest land.
INDORE: Vulture census by state forest department for a second time this year shows quantum leap in its population.
With their natural habitats disappearing at an alarming rate, several birds in Indore have been adapting to the human settlements. The latest addition to the list is white throated kingfisher.
Indore: After the success of the plantation drive in Ujjain ahead of Simhastha, the forest department of Ujjain has started making plans for next Simhatha that would be held after 12 years.
In a bid to revive the rent-a-cycle scheme, Atal Indore City Transport Company Ltd (AICTSL) is trying to attract city residents with pedal assist bicycles, being implemented for the first time in I
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