Stations Will Also Come Under The Plan


Gomti No More A

Lucknow: What killed the black bucks in Kanpur zoo is still to be known. In order to ascertain the cause of the death of five black bucks in Kanpur zoo in the first week of September, the viscera of the dead animals and samples of food and water that was given to them, was sent for examination to the Centre for Wildlife, Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) Bareilly.

The effort of Saksham Study Group

100-Odd Families Lift 30-Yr-Old Self-Imposed Ban

Ending their 30-year-long hiatus, 100 out of 124 families of the Muslim-dominated Karamat Ki Chowki in Kareli have accepted anti-polio vaccination for their wards. Buoyed by the change of heart, the health department has organised three vaccination camps in the area in the last 45 days.

Uttar Pradesh is finally going to acquire its first wildlife rescue centre. A blue print of the centre, to be set up in the Kukrail forest for rehabilitating wild animals, mainly leopards, has been cleared by state forest department.


Lucknow: As if the controversy involving dumping of municipal solid waste around an ancient lake in Smriti Upvan was not enough, a survey done by Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) has led to the discovery of yet another lake which though exists in the land records can

Residential Colonies Face The Aftermath Of Continuous Showers Amidst Choked Drainage System; Waterlogging Busts LMC

Kanpur: Nearly 35 students of primary school, Daniyapur village, in Sikandara tehsil of Kanpur Dehat, most of them aged below 10, fell ill after they took

Kanpur: With the launch of the countrywide campaign to save Ganga, convener of the