The state government on Thursday set up an 11-member committee to find out what's causing air pollution in the city and suggest ways to control it.
Tar balls, allegedly caused due to suspected oil spill in the seas, have spread to more areas of Valsad district, officials said on Monday.
The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has found 21 construction sites, four schools and a BRTS workshops, which are the most prominent sites of mosquito breeding.
The Gujarat government is likely to bar citizens from owning more than one vehicle at the same time as it pushes for modes of mass transportation and cut down road congestion.
Two people died of heat stroke in the city last week, taking the total number of heat-related deaths this season to three.
AHMEDABAD: Climate change will severely affect Rajkot – and by extension central Saurashtra – by the end of the century, predicts a research paper by Gujarat-based officials of the India Meteorolog
Industrial expansion in and around Ankleshwar has come to a standstill because the local effluent treatment body has not upgraded its capacity, industrial units in Ankleshwar complained to Chief Mi
The Gujarat government will establish a 5,000MW solar park at Dholera Special Investment Region (SIR) over 11,000 hectare (110 sq km) land and the same land falls under the Coastal Regulation Zone
Gujarat government has stopped paying subsidies to beneficiaries of the rooftop solar scheme since April 21.
The Gujarat government has asked all district collectors to supply drinking water through tankers anywhere in their territory.
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