Ahmedabad: A three-day international conference on nano materials for energy conversion and storage applications will begin on Monday at PDP university in Gandhinagar which will see solar energy ex
Ahmedabad: The output of Gujarat's chemical industry has stagnated for the last five years mainly because of the host of rules laid out by pollution control boards of the state and Centre.
AHMEDABAD: No oil spill has been reported from the diesel-laden merchant navy tanker that caught fire on Wednesday off the Gujarat coast, an official said today.
AHMEDABAD: If a big signboard is put up outside a hospital, school, or old age home that reads 'Silence Zone', Amdavadis will welcome it with a honk! Who says 'Horn is a safety device'?
AHMEDABAD: This should be an eye-opener for health authorities in Gujarat.
AHMEDABAD: While civic authorities claim having intensified efforts to curb vector-borne diseases, data of AMC's health department shows that in 2017 alone, 9,277 people in the city suffered from m
AHMEDABAD: Even as the temperatures have begun to dip and humidity levels falling, there is no respite from vector-borne infections. The cases of dengue have shown a sharp rise.
AHMEDABAD: Even as the temperatures have begun to fall, more than 1,000 cases of vector-borne infections in October were reported in Ahmedabad, says the data provided by Ahmedabad Municipal Corpora
AHMEDABAD: In civic body hospitals and urban health centres alone, around 250 cases of chikungunya and dengue were reported over the past month-and-a-half, indicates data of the Ahmedabad Municipal
AHMEDABAD: With temperatures not ceasing to go down, cases of vector-borne infections, especially those of dengue and chikungunya have increased in the city in the past month and a half.
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