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Greenpeace welcomed the news that the International Whaling Commission has defeated attempts by Japan and six Caribbean allies to introduce secret

The tribe off warring ministers seems to be growing in the jumbo Kalyan Singh ministry. Yet another clash between a cabinet minister and a minister of state handling the same department is about to

A section of Pakistani environmental non-government organisation (NGOs) has proposed the formation of pressure groups in India, Pakistan and other countries of the South Asian Association for

The Andhra Pradesh government is in the process of evolving a comprehensive policy to promote the use of fly ash in construction activity. The government is looking in to the existing gaps with

The Ministry of Environment and Forests has asked the Gujarat government to check the threat posed to the marine eco-system by ship breaking yards. Alang in Bhavnagar - which employs 25,000 people is

While the closure of the dyeing and bleaching units in Tirupur in the wake of the Supreme Court direction looks imminent, informed circles say that with a bit of farsightedness, the industry could

In a major shakeup, Environment Minister Suresh Prabhu has reconstituted several expert committees which give green clearance to new projects be they industry, infrastructure, power, mining or river

A five-man Pakistani delegation is visiting India to attend two seminars on environment-related issues beginning today in New Delhi and Varanasi. The seminars in India will be followed by two in

Most of the people who died in the last few weeks in Humla district succumbed after eating poisonous weeds and grass in the absence of foodstuff, according to a doctor who recently toured the famine

Santiago's authorities have decreed a state of environmental emergency in the Chilean capital as freak warm weather continues to worsen the city's winter