A study of District Mineral Foundation (DMF) funds expenditure, that are collected from mining companies, by Centre for Science and Environment shows beneficiaries have not been identified in any o
In an alarming new research study, researchers have stated that lung cancer mortality rates among women could increase by 43 per cent by 2030.
In the next couple of years, state-owned thermal power generator NTPC will shut plants with an installed capacity of 2,200 megawatt (mw) or 2.2 gigawatt (gw), including Delhi’s Badarpur Power Plant
Torrential rains continued to batter parts of north India today, with worst-hit Uttar Pradesh recording 12 rain-related deaths and waters of the Yamuna flowing above the danger mark in the national
Heavy rains in Delhi may have brought with it water-logging and other problems for the residents of the national capital, but it has also brought a lot of good news too.
Thoothukudi resident Prince Cardoza has filed a writ petition in Madras High Court's Madurai bench seeking to quash the Environmental Clearance (EC) granted to Sterlite Copper in 2007 for the exist
The police have told the Delhi High Court that loudspeakers were permitted under noise pollution rules which only lay down restrictions, like timings and decibel level, to regulate their use.
The move by Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) recommending a hike in safeguard duty on Chinese and Malaysian solar cells to 25% from the earlier 15% has left domestic solar panel produce
The Delhi High Court today criticised the Centre's National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) for converting the city into "one big traffic zone", instead of de-congesting it.
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