The Supreme Court-appointed empowered committee on the controversial Mullaperiyar dam on Tuesday refused to entertain Kerala’s plea to lower the reservoir’s water level from 136 feet to 120 feet.

Kerala on Monday asserted before the Supreme Court-appointed Empowered Committee that the “construction of a new dam is the only solution to the complex Mullaperiyar dam issue” and that it would gi

NEW DELHI, Dec 16 – Even as the agitation against mega dams in Assam gathers momentum, the Centre is currently examining the Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) of seven private hydropower projects pro

The five-member Empowered Committee, headed by the former Chief Justice of India A.S.

India, the world’s second fastest growing economy, has spent not more than Rs 800-900 crore in the past 60 years in mineral exploration.

LUCKNOW: The Sunday earthquake, which jolted almost the entire north India, has once again raised questions on the safety aspect of the city's multi-storied buildings.

Both Countries Have Announced Oil Exploration Plans In Other’s Waters
New Delhi: The oceans are the new theatre of India-China competition, but one with possible security implications.

Experts say many actions on the climate front that could earlier have been put off for decades, now need to be undertaken within years.

The Government plans to conduct a major oceanic survey in the country's territorial waters, including parts of the Bay of Bengal, Gulf of Cambay and Andaman Sea, to look for prospects of under-sea

Nagpur: The detailed project report (DPR) of the Damanganga-Pinjal link, a project to share water of two river basins across Maharashtra and Gujarat is likely to be ready by the end of this year.