National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) on Thursday announced that it planned to invest nearly Rs.

Underestimates can result in the problem being ignored, says PAC report Inflated figures may take resources away from other health programmes

Further talks on sourcing uranium from Australia are stalled although Canberra had agreed in principle to supply uranium to India after waiver of guidelines by the NSG.

The Government of India is "committed' to the civilian nuclear deal with the U.S., Indian Ambassador Ronen Sen said here. But New Delhi was bound only by the bilateral 123 Agreement.

The governments concerned must clear the mess before proceeding with further construction. They should not add to submergence and displacement before clearing the backlog fully.

With the Union Health Ministry setting its sights on establishing a comprehensive vaccine manufacturing unit with World Health Organisation's licence, the three oldest government vaccine manufacturi

In a major setback to Haryana's request for re-assessing Delhi's demand for water, the Upper Yamuna River Board has not just turned down the appeal but insisted that Haryana stick to the 1996 Supr

Grape vine are often prone to fungal infestations often and among them powdery mildew is an economically important one.

Disease remains a "stubborn threat' to public health, says report Responsible for almost 10 per cent of AIDS-related deaths India loses 100 million productive workdays every year because of TB

The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday witnessed noisy scenes with MPs, cutting across party lines, targeting the Government on the issue of Special Economic Zones (SEZs).