At least 61 persons have died in a heat wave that hit three Bihar districts on Saturday, officials said on Sunday.

In the wake of 11 deaths from January to June 8 this year in Bihar due to Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) against 48 reported cases, the Union government has deployed a multi-speciality team in t

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sanjay Kumar Vs Chief Secretary, State of Bihar & Others dated 23/04/2019 regarding illegal mining on Phalgu river in Belagunj and Khizar sarai block, Bihar. The applicant has alleged that due to deep excavation of sand beyond the permissible limit has resulted in causing death of many children.

GAYA: Drain effluents enter Falgu riverbed at no less than 24 points thereby aggravating subsurface water pollution.

Monsoon has not only brought with it a deluge of civic woes but also a deadlier bite - of the Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes - that spread dengue fever, chikungunya and Zika fever during this time of the

Gaya: More than a week after the outbreak of dengue in the western part of Gaya town, the health department has not allegedly gone much beyond the survey stage.

Gaya: Taking serious note of the acute water crisis prevailing in the town and alleged anomalies in the implementation of the project to lay new pipelines and construct a mega water tower, the Patn

Gaya: Groundwater samples collected from three different places falling under Gaya Municipal Corporation area were sent to Quality Testing Laboratory of the Public Health Engineering Department (PH

Patna: Experts gathered at the three-day 'Bijli Vikalp Sangam', held at Bodh Gaya from March 4 to 6, called for prioritizing renewable energy to meet future electricity needs, build consensus for a

A study was conducted on the residents of Bhupnagar, a fluoride endemic village in Gaya district, Bihar, to assess the ameliorating effect of amla (Emblica officinalis) on fluoride-induced toxicity. Fifty-three subjects of different age groups were included in the study. Among these, 27 subjects (test group) were given amla powder as dietary supplement for 9 months and the rest 26 subjects were kept as control (i.e. without dietary supplement). The mean urinary fluoride level in the test group was found to decline progressively during the period of supplementation.