AMBALA: The groundwater situation in Ambala region is peculiar and there is an urgent need of keeping a check on the water wastage especially in the rural and industrial areas told the officials of

AMBALA: As many as seven patients have been tested positive for swine flu while three deaths have been reported due to the disease since January 3 in the Ambala division comprising Ambala, Kurukshe

A total of 1,819 dengue cases have been reported in Haryana while three confirmed death cases are reported, one each from district Ambala, Panchkula and Sirsa.

Many suspend paddy sowing, dig up new borewells for irrigation

Obesity in rising in the adolescent population of India. The third National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3) national family health survey (NFHS‑3) of India revealed increasing obesity in north Indian states more than other parts of the country. Family plays a key role in shaping young adolescents. There is a paucity of literature regarding family risk factors for adolescent obesity in the north Indian population.

Wheat crop spread over 700 acres was flattened as strong winds accompanied by hailstorm lashed the state today.

The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) commitee has consented to revive Solid Waste Treatment Plant (SWTP) at Patvi. The project is expected to be revived by next month.

The Haryana Government has released a grant amounting to Rs 10.56 crore for development works in Municipal Corporations, Municipal Councils, Municipal Committees and the Haryana Slum Clearance Boar

With monsoon playing truant, heat wave conditions were on Wednesday back at many places in Punjab and Haryana, with maximum temperatures settling well above the 40 degrees Celsius mark.

The National Human Rights Commission on Tuesday took suo motu cognisance of media reports of severe malnutrition among children in Haryana’s Karnal, Yamuna Nagar, Panchkula and Ambala districts.

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