NEW DELHI: In the last 26 years, there has been a marginal increase in India’s average annual water resource from 1,869 billion cubic metres (BCM) in 1993 to 1,999 BCM in 2019, but there is a worry
Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has issued closure notices to 12 hospitals, directing them to shut down operations in seven days for violating biomedical waste norms.
MUMBAI: Pharma major Gilead Sciences has failed to deliver on promises to make an important drug available to patients suffering from a life-threatening HIV-related infection in certain developing
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has directed Ansal Properties and Infrastructure to stop all construction activities for its township project in Gurugram for violation of environmental n
To Reach All Households In Villages By 2024
HOUSTON: Harmful particulate matter in the atmosphere may lead to birth defects and even fatalities during pregnancy, according to a study conducted in mice.
North Delhi Municipal Corporation’s pilot project to decongest Ajmal Khan Road in Karol Bagh got a fillip on Wednesday, with the Delhi high court backing it.
NEW DELHI: In the next three years, Delhi may get its own Central Park rivalling that of New York as work on the National Thermal Power Corporation’s (NTPC) Badarpur eco-park is underway.
New Delhi: Acknowledging the high level of air pollution in the capital, the environment ministry on Wednesday said the plan to fight the menace was “not totally successful” and sought public parti
NEW DELHI: Around 54% of health professionals including doctors, nurses, midwives and other paramedics in India do not have required qualifications, whereas 20% of adequately qualified doctors are
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