AHMEDABAD: The controversial proposals of the Gujarat forest department which greatly reduce the eco-sensitive buffer zones around its sanctuaries -including Nalsarovar, Porbandar Bird Sanctuary, G
Recent comparative product testing by city-based Consumer Education and Research Centre (CERC), found traces of pesticides and heavy metals in six supposedly-organic brands of rice.
Ahmedabad: City-dwellers have no respite from the bite of Aedes aegypti as the cases of vector-borne infections, especially chikungunya and dengue, are on the rise.
The ambitious project aims to provide employment to 30,000 women.The ambitious project aims to provide employment to 30,000 women.
AHMEDABAD: Why did authorities shift H5N1-infected birds from Hathijan, on city outskirts, to densely populated Memnagar, at the centre of the city?
AHMEDABAD: Vector-borne infections continue to rise in the city, with 75 fresh cases reported till Saturday.
India, which accounts for 17.5% population of the world, bears the burden of 20% of global depredation by diseases and it also accounts for 27% of neonatal deaths in the world, every year.
After remaining quiet for some time, the renewable energy sector in Gujarat is waiting to buzz again this Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit (VGGS).
Ahmedabad: Many restaurants and hotels in the city have stopped serving chicken dishes on their own, to safeguard their custom from bird flu related complications, after the state government issued
Children rehearse for the Kite Festival on the riverfront on ThursdayChildren rehearse for the Kite Festival on the riverfront on Thursday
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