For the first time perhaps, a time-bound plan has been set to address the challenge of maintaining the pristine beauty of the world famous historic monument — the Taj Mahal — a symbol of India’s na

In a country where availability of water is a cause for concern, the low use-efficiency of limited natural resource for purposes such as irrigation and drinking may come as a shocker to many.

Moving ahead with its plans to ensure compliance of the anti-pollution norms by polluting industries and municipal bodies located on the banks of Ganga by 2016, the Centre has asked municipalities

Combating criticism from Opposition parties on the Shanta Kumar committee’s recommendation that suggested cutting down the coverage of the Food Security Act to 40 per cent from the existing 67 per

The cropping pattern in Punjab, particularly the cultivation of water-intensive paddy, is under the Centre’s scrutiny at the highest level.

Dense fog continued to ruin travel plans in North India on Sunday with over 100 flights and 60 North-bound trains getting delayed in Delhi alone.

The government has refuted environmentalists’ allegations that key green laws in the country would be “diluted”.

With interlinking of rivers (ILR) project high on its agenda, the Narendra Modi government is working on a new water-sharing arrangement to "revive the ailing Yamuna and benefit Upper Yamuna river

Environmentalists have termed the Jammu and Kashmir disaster as a “grim reminder of increasing impact of climate change in India” and warned of more such extreme rainfall events in the years to com

Battling deficient rains, Punjab and Haryana farmers today sought Rs 500 per quintal bonus on paddy from Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh, besides direct payment of drought relief sought by t