The public water supply in India is so unreliable that the urban middle class, with its increased spending power, prefers shelling out an extra buck on one of the numerous water purifiers available in
The Indo-US Civil Nuclear Deal is once again becoming a subject of intense debate between the UPA government and the Left parties extending crucial outside support to the government.
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India has recommended either to improve the performance or consider closure of the Madhya Pradesh Government's nine companies having poor turnover in the last fi
Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has once again reiterated the commitment of the government towards generating energy for needs of the country.
Union Energy Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde has given away Golden Shield, the highest award for excellent work, to Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Company at a function held New Delhi the other day.
In Africa, hard-hit by HIV, the proportion of TB drug-resistance is no less alarming. In former Soviet Union, almost half of all TB cases are resistant to at least one anti-TB drug -Bobby Ramakant
Three new afforestation schemes were started last year including Urja Van Yojana, Charagah Vikas Yojana and Vidya Van Yojana in the state.
Undoubtedly tiger is an endangered specie, but it means not that we contemplate upon tiger only. There is need to think away from tiger too.
Farmers in the state are in for a bonanza as power companies have chalked out a strategy to write off 100 per cent surcharge and 50 per cent energy charge of the power bills due against them for using
A 12-kilometre long tunnel of 10 metre diametre would be constructed at a cost of Rs 799 crore for carrying Narmada water to the basin of Son river under Bargi diversion project.
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