Nashik: Around 80 people cycled 186km from here to the Gateway of India in Mumbai on October 1 and 2 to spread the message of environment conservation.

Insufficient physical activity is a leading risk factor for non-communicable disease, negatively impacting mental health and overall quality of life, according to this new study published in Lancet. Physical and mental health of more than 1.4 billion adults is at risk reveals the study that details the levels of insufficient physical activity in different countries and estimates global and regional trends

These guidelines have been developed as a menu of interventions to guide policy makers and local authorities in planning, designing and realizing NMT facilities. Their objective is to increase the capacity of engineers, designers, planners and others involved in urban construction to create safe, intermodal urban transport systems.

The city colleges are planning to introduce a set of initiatives in the new academic year to protect the environment and promote love for nature.

Ranchi: SS Memorial College - one of the oldest constituents of Ranchi University - has become the first institution arguably in the whole of Jharkhand to take a concerted decision to observe no-ve

ALLAHABAD: The concept of 'green marriage' is fast turning into a fad as a groom and members of his ' baraat' (wedding procession) pedalled all the way to the wedding venue in Mumbai, the capital o

An innovative bicycle scheme will be introduced in the city from June to tackle the persistent pollution problems and congestion.

Societies face the challenge of keeping people active as they age. Walkable neighborhoods have been associated with physical activity, but more rigorous analytical approaches are needed. Researchers used longitudinal data from adult residents of Brisbane, Australia (40–65 years of age at baseline) to estimate effects of changes in neighborhood characteristics over a 6-y period on the likelihood of walking for transport.

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NEW DELHI: From Marrakech in Morocco to Medellín in Colombia, success stories have proved that excuses of extreme summer heat and air pollution don’t wash when it comes to running urban cycling sys

Cape Town - With less than 10% of Cape Town’s more than 4 million inhabitants using non-motorised transport, the City has already spent R158million on the construction of cycle lanes and pedestrian

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