To find out potential spots for setting up India's first geothermal power plant using heat stored below earth's surface, Institute of Seismological Research (ISR) has started surveys using latest 3

AHMEDABAD: The combined onslaught of dengue and swine flu continued in the city on Monday. Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad cities each registered a swine flu case.

The Gujarat government is planning to make the state “open defecation-free” in next two years.

GANDHINAGAR: As part of efforts to ensure a cleaner and greener environment, the Gujarat government will soon introduce a pilot project to run 'electric-buses' for public transport between state ca

Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) has issued notices to eight municipal corporations and 159 municipalities for not following guidelines on solid waste disposal.

Policy To Be Announced For Residential, Commercial, Industrial Units

After developing a solar park and canal-based solar power generation plant, the Gujarat government will soon announce a new rooftop power policy for residential, commercial and industrial units. It will shortly announce a new rooftop power policy.

Gandhinagar city, which once boasted of nearly 8.6 lakh trees for a population of about 2.08 lakh, has lost some of its green sheen. At least 5% of its trees are lost forever.

The assistance has been announced as a central tax reimbursement for Metrolink Express between Gandhinagar and Express

In a big boost to the Metrolink Express between Gandhinagar and Express (MEGA), the Central Government has finally proposed a provision of Rs 6,450.75 crore assistance for all metro rail projects for the current fiscal of 2013-14. The assistance has been announced as a central tax reimbursement for the projects, wherein MEGA would receive Rs 10.1 crore this year.

Gujarat Produces 25,000 Tonnes Of Solid Waste Daily

Gandhinagar: Government and industry need to take pro-active measures to scale up solid waste treatment to derive alternate fuel, while looking for a substitute to landfill sites. This was decided by the members of union government’s Forum for Co-processing of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste at a meeting in the state capital on Monday.

AHMEDABAD: If you were to superimpose the recently declared map of Rs 15,000-crore 76-km Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar metro rail route over the Rs 1,350-crore BRTS network map, you'll notice that the buse

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