In a bid to kick start the economy, the Government removed major hurdles for starting work in 8 power projects by December 15 to add a generation capacity of about 6,400

Rare animals, the pride of any zoo, are fast disappearing in Delhi. In the past three years, five royal Bengal tigers, eight chinkaras, two lion tailed macaques and two swamp deers have died.

Teenagers in Brazil gave birth to 900,000 babies last year, thus accounting for 26.5 per cent of all live births in the country. Girls between the ages of 10 and 14 years gave birth to 1.23 per cent

Uttar Pradesh's first ever test-tube baby was born to Reeta and Kanchan Ahluwalia last Saturday at the Malhotra Nursing Home in Agra. Dr R M Malhotra of the Malhotra Test Tube Baby Centre announced

A strong earthquake shook northern Japan on Thursday, slightly injuring at least 10 people. There were no immediate reports of serious casualties or

The Delhi Govenment has extended the Positive Health Education Scheme to all its schools following the success of the programme introduced earlier in select schools. The scheme, seeking to inculcate

The world's first vaccine against the leading cause of childhood diarrhoea, a virus that hospitalises thousands of children each year and kills one million in other countries, has won approval by the