Lucknow The success of the Yamuna Expressway project has made the Uttar Pradesh government chary of investing in the centrally-sponsored Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC) proposal to develop a similar region east of its own project.

This is the opposite of what other state governments in the region including Haryana and Rajasthan intend to do as they push for lar

Tremors of Japan's earthquake are being felt in Uttar Pradesh as government officials are sceptic about funding by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in the ongoing projects as this Land of Rising Sun is itself facing a financial crunch post-tsunami.

The JICA is financing projects including Gangajal under which Ganga waters would be taken to Agra by a 100-km canal from Bulandshah

First phase will develop area up to Jevar in Gautam Budh Nagar; plan to be put up for approval next month
The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA), responsible for charting the development of the region around the Yamuna Expressway that will connect Greater Noida with Agra, has finalised a draft phase-I masterplan for the project, paving the way for major expansion.

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ANOOPSHAHR (BULANDSHAHR): Hundreds of people are thronging this sleepy town, about 50 km from Bulandshahr district and 100 km from New Delhi, to witness a mystical phenomenon at the Dinesh ghat on the banks of the Ganga.

The centre of attraction is a `burning flame' at the ghat.

Brick kiln sites in an Indian dry tropical peri-urban region, differing in the period of exposure to industrial activity and distance from the brick baking centre, were investigated seasonally for their impact on

Its proximity to the Capital might have actually caused more damage to Ghaziabad than good. While it was busy dealing with its own pollution mess, a large part of Delhi

But Says All Preventive Steps Have Been Taken And Radiation Levels Are Receding

New Delhi: The alarm bells are ringing right below our feet. Delhi and portions of Rajasthan falling in the National Capital Region (NCR) extract almost double the amount of groundwater recharged every year. The situation is equally bad in NCR parts of Haryana, particularly Gurgaon and Faridabad, which largely depend on groundwater.

LUCKNOW: Lucknow is among the 11 other districts of Uttar Pradesh that have been declared drought-hit by the State Government taking into account the rainfall quotient and the ratio of kharif sowing. The ten other districts are Chitrakoot, Etawah, Bulandshahr, Kaushambi, Pilibhit, Muzaffarnagar, Kushinagar, Jhansi, Bijnor and Mirzapur.