The electronics division of Bangalore-based Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has commissioned two grid-connected solar power plants of 2 MW each at Katol near Nagpur for Sepset Constructions

New Delhi: A cold snap sweeping across north India continued to disrupt life and killed 13 people in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday.

BAREILLY: Indian Veterinary Research Institute will organise the 10th Kisan Mela 2011 from October 18 at its main campus at Izatnagar on "Entrepreneurship in Livestock" to offer a platform to scien

LUCKNOW: Flood situation on Thursday remained grim in Uttar Pradesh with a majority of the rivers, essentially in east and south-east Uttar Pradesh, flowing above the danger mark.

The monsoon remained subdued in parts of North India on Monday, including Punjab and Haryana, even as the flood fury was unabated in Uttar Pradesh.
Major rivers continued to overflow, inundating a number of villages in Uttar Pradesh and disrupting the transmission of Doordarshan and AIR in Bareilly.

Nine killed, all major rivers flowing above danger mark

LUCKNOW: Nine persons died due to rain-related incidents in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday where the flood situation worsened due to a rise in the level of major rivers in several districts, affecting road and railway traffic.

Three persons died in Ramabai Nagar, two each in Badaun and Shahjahanpur, while Bareilly and Pilibhit recorded one de

MUZAFFARNAGAR: A flood alert has been sounded in ten districts of western Uttar Pradesh with swelling of Yamuna while water level in Ganga was also rising at many places.

Deputy secretary of the revenue department Raj Raten said that the flood alert has been issued in Muzaffarnagar, Saharanpur, Baghpat, Meerut, Aligarh, Ghaziabad, Gautam Budh Nagar, Hathras and Mathura districts.

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LUCKNOW: Vaccination drive for Japanese Encephalitis (JE)

India has continued to report cases of wild poliovirus and acute flaccid paralysis throughout the 2000s. Indeed, in 2009 the numbers of both exceeded the totals for 2008, by 26% and 9.5%, respectively. Confirmed wild poliovirus cases are increasingly concentrated amongst Muslim children and localised in western Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.