ALLAHABAD: With an aim to set up a quality assurance system in state health facilities, NRHM authorities will organize a two-day workshop on January 27 and 28 in Lucknow for district women hospital

The Allahabad High Court on Monday directed the Greater Noida Authority to provide additional compensation and developed area to landholders of a village in Greater Noida, whose lands were being de

In a fresh initiative aimed at improving agricultural practices in the district, a group of progressive farmers would soon be visiting the states of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat, and Rajasthan t

The National Green Tribunal today directed the ministries of environment, water resources and human resource development to file their replies to a plea seeking a uniform policy with regard to imme

After 23.5 Crore From Centre

Lucknow: The heavily polluted Ganga flowing through Uttar Pradesh is in for cleansing with the state government allocating its share of funds for the flagship National Ganga River Basin Authority programme. Responding to the Centre's call for giving out 30% of the total amount under the programme, the state government has allocated over Rs 10 crore for sewerage work to be done in Allahabad.

As part of the child health nutrient month (CHNM), the health department has decided to offer Vitamin A dose to 6.9 lakh children living in rural pockets of the district from December 2.

ALLAHABAD: In order to provide solar power-run equipment to the beneficiaries of Ram Manohar Lohia Gramin Awas Yojna, the state authorities have decided to provide Rs 30,000 each to beneficiary to

Allahabad High Court Saturday relaxed the ban imposed on the immersion of idols in rivers Ganga and Yamuna for this year and refused to extend the time frame any further.

Allahabad High Court refused to relax the ban on immersion of Goddess Durga idols in the rivers Ganga and Yamuna. Read text of this court order issued on 11 October 2013.

For the first time in four years, agitating farmers in the Trans-Yamuna region of the district are mulling over talks with the administration over the proposed 1,980-MW Karchana power plant, which