The National Calamity Relief Fund Committee will not provide any further drought assistance to the State unless it provides a detailed account of what it has done with rice that was allotted to it.

Even as the Andhra Pradesh government is busy assessing the successful results of phase-I of the Andhra Pradesh Forestry project, it has been estimated that green cover worth over Rs. 900 crore has

India will have a nuclear installed generating capacity of 20000 MW power by 2020 and half of it will be ready by the end of the 11th Five Year Plan, Atomic Energy Commission chairman Anil Kakodkar

For the first time in India, a four-day workshop on "Captive Management and Husbandry of the King Cobra" will be held in

Expressing serious concern over the declining female ratio in India, the Supreme Court has sought response of the Centre and State governments on a petition seeking ban on all kinds of tests for

The issue of granting of clearance for the cement industry in the periphery of Rajiv Gandhi Tiger Reserve in Guntur has taken a new twist with Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board stating that the

The Andhra Pradesh State Cabinet decided to release an additional amount of Rs. 30 crore towards augmentation of drinking water supply in rural and urban areas of the drought-affected mandals in the

The Andhra Pradesh pollution Control Board has come out with various suggestions- minimising the inflow of chemicals, construction of a porous mud wall near Ganesh immersion zones and immediate

Representatives of 40 NGOs from 12 states are camping in Delhi to drum up support of various parties against the move to amend the Fifth Schedule of the Constitution and involvement of industries in

The Andhra Pradesh government has okayed a major cement plant just 6 km from the periphery of the Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary , gravely endangering the major tiger reserve near the