West Godavari district, irrigated by two mighty rivers, is on the road to agricultural prosperity thanks to various schemes.

The Budget provides proof of the United Progressive Alliance government having forgotten the importance of its own “flagship schemes”.

India's return to the phase of higher indirect tax revenues will impose disproportionately larger burdens on the poorer sections.

An environmental scientist continues his relentless battle to save the Ganga, this time by starting a fast unto death.

The latest UNICEF report presents a hard-hitting view of the condition of poor children in urban areas.

Interview with A.R. Ansari, Chairman-cum-Managing Director of the Neyveli Lignite Corporation.

Instead of imposing nuclear power upon unwilling people, India should join the renewables revolution for handsome gains.

Conservation measures have taken away the traditional livelihoods of nomadic tribes in Karnataka.

The Sewri mudflats in Mumbai, home to a rich biodiversity, including flamingoes, is under threat from a development project.

SUBMERGE the polemics, legal tangles and conflicting technical claims, and the participants in the inter-State dispute over the Mullaperiyar dam – one of the oldest and highest ‘solid masonry gravi