Water has become a problem at the local, regional and global levels. A five day World Water Symposium is being held in Stockholm, attended by some 900 scientists, politicians and industry

The Himachal Pradesh High Court issued notices to the Secretary, Forest and Environment, Government of India, and the state Chief Secretary on a petition pertaining to pollution in Rohtang and

The Bhure Lal Committee, appointed by the Supreme Court to look into the aspects of the mining ban in the five km area in Haryana adjoining Delhi, has suggested that the ban should continue. The

A new study has revealed that a cocktail of vitamins C and E reduces breathing problem in patients who have recently undergone an operation. Researchers at the Leiden University Medical Centre,

Punjab has logged an economic loss of Rs 6372.38 crore due to drought and has demanded a relief of Rs 3529.44 crore from the Centre. Mr. Bhagat Singh Financial Commissioner has submitted the

Earth scientists are alarmed at the increasing number of natural calamities in the Himalyan region and the colossal loss of life and property. It is felt that the absence of a detailed study and long

British scientists have developed a quick test that can detect tuberculosis in two or three hours instead of weeks. It uses DNA fingerprinting techniques to confirm new outbreaks of the highly

Punjab will represent to the Centre to seek a change in the parameters for determining the damage to crops. The suggested changes will form a part of the assessment report to be submitted to the

The Delhi Development Authority in collaboration with the Centre for Environment Management of Degraded Ecosystem, University of Delhi, is undertaking the establishment of a bio diversity park in

Apprehensive of earning the wrath of the residents of South Haryana, mainly dominated by the farming community, for being an ally of the ruling INLD, the BHP has joined issue on the compensation to