Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of The State of Rajasthan Vs State of Punjab & Others dated 12/04/2019 regarding physical possession of irrigation headworks at Ropar, Harike and Firozepur under Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB).

Glaciers in the Satluj river basin in western Himalaya are likely to lose 33% of their area by 2050 and 81% by the end of the century, under Representative Concentration Pathway - RCP 8.5 scenario, based on the output from CNRM-CM5 and GFDL-CM3 climate models respectively.

Hydropower is a valuable renewable energy resource in India, which can help in climate change mitigation and meet the increasing energy demands. However, the crucial role of climate change on hydropower production in India remains unexplored.

Fifty-five years after they were separated from their homes and land in Himachal Pradesh to build a reservoir for the Bhakra Dam so that people living in Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan could get wat

The Supreme Court today asked Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir, besides the Centre and the Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB), to sit together and “make an endeavour” to narrow down their differences over their rights in river projects.

A Bench comprising Justices CK Prasad and Kurian Joseph passed the order after counsel representing the states told the court that their clients had framed issues to enable the court to adjudicate the original suit filed by Haryana in 2009.

The clamour for declaring high-altitude areas above 7,000 feet as the eco-sensitive zone is gaining momentum following the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE) process of consu

A Rs 2.53 crore project for improving power supply in the town has been sanctioned, which will be implemented by October 31. This was stated by Bilaspur Sadar MLA Bambar Thakur while talking to mediapersons here today.

Bambar said 10 new transformers would be installed and three transformers would be updated from 25 KV to 65 KV. He said 600m of new broader conductor would replace old conductors to reduce power losses.

Farmers welcome the stand of the government of India on the outright rejection of the recommendations of the technical expert committee to the Supreme Court, which suggested that a moratorium be im

Aims to solve drinking water problems of Patiala city

In the last one week, Pong Reservoir level has gone up by 23 feet