The boom in Sri Lanka's tea industry could turn into gloom if steps are not taken quickly to overcome an impending labour shortage, experts have
Use of paper products has increased alarmingly, leading to a consequent decrease in wood products.
Mounting pressure from environmental organisations has forced the Ministry of Environment and Forests to consider a ban on the use of plastic bags. However, in its present form the proposed "ban"
It was around 11a.m. in the morning that the Forest and Wildlife Department of the Delhi government, acting on a tip-off, raided a jhuggi in Seelampur in east Delhi where 216 rose-ringed parakeets,
The noted ecologist, Dr Vandana Shiva, today added one more dimesion to the talk of a "conspiracy" behind adulteration of mustard oil and expressed suspicions about the soyabean industry being the
Conservationists are planning to use explosions and gunfire to scare migrant birds away from parts of a wintering site poisoned by an environmental disaster. They will also lay down food in less
The MCD has initiated a programme to enlist the cooperation of 8,50,000 children studying in its primary schools to keep a tab on dengue. The muncipal corporation has given each of them a "Dengue
India successfully test fired multi-target surface-to-air missile Akash which can deliver both conventional and nuclear explosives from the Interim Test Range from
The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India has unveiled a multi-pronged strategy to impart dynamism to the agricultural sector so that India can achieve 500 million tons of foodgrains
CAG report : Even as the Bharatiya Janata Party's Delhi Government cites lacunae in the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act for its failure to curb adulteration in food items and lately, mustard
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