Every time Sampada Desai, deputy sarpanch of southern Maharashtra's Kalne village in Dodamarg taluka sees the solitary hill in her village, her eyes moisten.

Priyanka Kulkarni, 27, a communications manager with a Pune real estate firm that sells luxury homes, and her husband Mayank, an IT professional, have been looking to buy a house in the city for th

Yamuna crosses danger mark in Delhi, over 2,000 families living along river bank evacuated
Over 130 dead in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh flash floods, hundreds missing

As the death toll in Uttarakhand mounts and rescue operations continue in various parts of the Himalayan state, environmentalists have been blaming the successive governments ruling the ecologicall

Dr Nirmala Vaze's family tree is not just a patchwork of long-forgotten names and dates. There's a secret that flows through its branches: Cancer.

Raseela Vadher knows no fear. Unafraid, she ventures into Gir forest peering intently through the bush looking for signs of trouble. It is not the presence of wild animals that bothers her.

The Indus Treaty represents the most generous water-sharing agreement in modern world history, reserving for Pakistan 80.52 per cent of the waters, or 167.2 billion cubic metres annually.

It's double trouble for global pharma companies in India.

The average Indian railway passenger generates 64 grams of garbage a day.

There's a wizened figure hunched over a chulha in rural Uttar Pradesh.