People in the district are troubled with drinking water shortages now on account of the continuously falling ground water level in the district.

Chief Secretary Vivek Dhand on Thursday said that development must not be at the cost of nature and biodiversity; rather there should be a balance between all three.

A strong heat wave is sweeping across Chhattisgarh and particularly Raipur which recorded a maximum temperature of 43.4 degrees Celsius on Sunday.

People remained inside their houses and establishments to avoid the scorching sun rays.They were however relieved for sometime when the sky turned cloudy for sometime. Although it was Sunday, the local residents with plans for shopping and other social activities on weekend preferred staying home.

After Jaundice, its now Malaria which has started spreading its tentacles across the State as a few cases have been detected in Basna area of Mahasamund district besides some other districts.

To check spread of jaundice and other infectious diseases, as many as 1,763 new water connections have been provided in Deen Dayal Upadhyay Nagar and free health camps were organised in the city on

The State Government in a bid to provide additional source of income to farmers in the Naxal-infested areas, has decided to engage them in special plantation drives, for which it will shell out aro

The Chhattisgarh Environment Conservation Board (CECB) has issued notices to 17 medical institutions for their improper handling of bio medical waste generated from their premises.

In a significant decision which is set to provide much needed relief to the construction industry in Chhattisgarh, the State-level Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) of Chhattisgarh En