Last year, the maximum cases of stubble burning recorded in a single day was 1,500 on May 9, 2018, across the state. This year, the maximum number of cases were recorded on May 12 at 1,291.
Between March and May, Karol Bagh’s Ajmal Khan Road became ground zero for a project that hopes to put pedestrians first.
The grave, of an unknown person, is now being called a “dargah” by a section of residents at the Muslim-majority Sooppikkada village in Kozhikode district.
The five-decade-old mining industry in the coastal state came to a standstill in March last year, after the Supreme Court quashed the second renewal of 88 iron ore mining leases.
TO ADDRESS the mounting problem of electronic waste or e-waste, the waste pickers’ cooperative of the city, Swach, has decided to start a special drive for its collection.
Conducted over the course of a year in 2017-18, the All Kerala Tiger Monitoring Programme identified a total of 176 individuals, 75 of them within the confines of the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary (WW
District Collector Naval Kishore Ram on Wednesday said over 200 tankers are being used to provide water to these villages but the number of tankers is expected to rise.
The air quality in Delhi and most NCR towns was ‘very poor’ as the concentration of particulate matter in the air increased.
The NGT in March had ordered Volkswagen to pay a fine of Rs 500 crore for causing damage to the environment by programming its diesel engines with cheat devices.
PepsiCo India Holdings, the Indian subsidiary of US food and beverages giant, on Friday offered out of court settlement to the four farmers of Sabarkantha district against whom it has slapped lawsu
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