Kolkata: Here's good news for the city where several pockets are contaminated with arsenic-affected water.

New Delhi:A study by Greenpeace India has found very high levels of heavy metals in PM2.5 collected from schools across the city, which may affect the cognitive and motoric development of a child.

Over 3.6 crore people living in more than 63,000 rural habitations are exposed to health hazards due to drinking water quality problems like excess arsenic, fluoride, iron, salinity or nitrate.

A research report recently prepared by the Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR) is set to cause alarm in Punjab and Haryana.

Just like our body, our skin too needs a detox.

Panaji: On directions of the central pollution control board (CPCB), the Goa state pollution control board (GSPCB) will collect samples from effluent treatment plants of industries from across the

To examine the issue of Arsenic in ground water and its far reaching consequences on various aspects the ‘Parliamentary Committee on Estimates’ headed by Hon’ble Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi had chosen the topic ‘Occurrence of High Arsenic Content in Ground Water and its consequences’, for evaluation.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT), Eastern Zone Bench, on Monday, directed the chief secretary to file a report on the arsenic situation in West Bengal.

A petition has been filed in the Eastern Zone Bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) after its judicial member Justice Pratap Ray expressed concern over the article 'Arsenic Level Sounds Death

LUCKNOW: Gomti, which is considered to be the lifeline of Lucknow and for its citizens, is now in grip of Arsenic contamination.