AGRA: Amid concerns that increasing pollution levels are turning the Taj Mahal yellow and recent reports about weakening of its foundation from a dry Yamuna bed, the Archaeological Survey of India'

Agra: In contravention of Supreme Court's orders and ignoring repeated pleas by the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF), the Taj Trapezium Zone Authority (TTZA) has not only regularized the

AGRA: In a first-of-its kind green initiative, a rain water harvesting system will be set in the premises of the Taj Mahal.

LUCKNOW: The mysterious Shahi Baoli at Bara Imambara, which dried up about a decade ago, would be revived soon.

For the first time perhaps, a time-bound plan has been set to address the challenge of maintaining the pristine beauty of the world famous historic monument — the Taj Mahal — a symbol of India’s na

The parliamentary standing committee on science and technology and environment and forests will meet here on May 23 to discuss a report about the possibility of an earthquake in Uttarakhand and rev

The fight to save the Taj Mahal from pollution is the country's longest and perhaps most difficult battle.

Agra: Even as measures -- some of them knee-jerk -- are being taken to stop the majestic Taj Mahal from turning yellow, the exact causes for the monument's discoloration are yet to be ascertained,

Illegal sand and mud mining is rampantly taking place close to the once magnificent garden called Fatehwadi that was built by famous sufi poet Abdur Rahim Khan-i-Khanan, one of the Navratnas of emp

Expressing shock at the continuing discolouration of the Taj Mahal, the head of a Parliamentary panel has asked the Environment Ministry to seek immediate help of international experts to assist th

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