The proper management of water resources plays a key role in the socioeconomic development of Armenia. On average, Armenia has sufficient water resources.

Giving a pat on the back to the government’s flagship Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS), a recent study by the Asian Development Bank has said it is a very effecti

Gene banks represent an overdue push to preserve crop biodiversity. It also needs conserving on farms.

About 28 percent of Bangladesh's total population (41.7 million) is living in urban areas, said a Unicef report released on Wednesday.

Tehran is considering a twofold increase in power exports to neighbouring Turkey after a new electricity transfer line between the two countries becomes operational.

A 5.6 magnitude earthquake killed seven people in eastern Turkey late Wednesday, less than three weeks after a massive quake killed more than 600 in the same area, a government disaster management centre said.

Twenty-three people were found alive from the wreckage and seven lost their lives during the quake, according to the Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency.

A powerful 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey on Sunday, killing at least 85 people and sparking widespread panic as it collapsed dozens of buildings into piles of twisted steel and chunks of concrete.

Tens of thousands of residents fled into the streets running, screaming and trying to reach relatives on cell phones. As the full extent of the damage became clear, desperate survivors dug into the rubble with their bare hands, trying to rescue the trapped and the injured.

Russia plans to step up its international role in fighting infectious disease across eastern Europe and central Asia, in what some observers see as the latest effort by the Kremlin to reassert its

In another step towards food security, Odisha has been included in the international programme for Roots & Tuber Crops (RTC) initiated by the International Potato Centre (known by its Spanish a

Ishita Ayan Dutt / Kolkata December 08, 2008, 0:26 IST

In the wake of iron ore price crash, NMDC Spice International has put on hold its proposed acquisition of two iron ore mines in Armenia. NMDC Spice International is a proposed joint venture between state-owned miner NMDC and Spice Minerals and Metals, a part of the Spice Energy group.