The Haryana Government has forwarded a Rs 666.6 crore Mewat canal project to the Central Water Commission for appraisal to supply water for irrigation and drinking purposes in Mewat.

Chandigarh: The Chandigarh Administration on Friday told the Punjab and Haryana High Court that the city does not have excess water to pour into Sukhna.

Chandigarh/Shimla: The one-day northern zone chief ministers' conference will be held here tomorrow amidst tight security.

Chandigarh: The Panchkula lake project initiated by Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA), which had been shelved previously, is being revived at a tentative cost of Rs 18 crore following an a

Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences to submit paper

Why did the Harappan civilisation, which flourished for hundreds of years and once extended across a vast area from northwestern India and across Pakistan, suddenly go into a terminal decline some 4,000 years ago and wither away? Like their script that has remained indecipherable, the question what caused a sophisticated urban culture, capable of great feats of town planning and which had established a trading network that extended across the Middle East, to suddenly collapse is one that has aroused much scholarly debate and writing.

On river pollution (Question raised in Lok Sabha and answered on 14/05/2012).

Ambala police have arrested eight people and confiscated their vehicles under a special drive against illegal mining in the rivers flowing in Ambala.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Deepak Kumar Vs State of Haryana & Ors dated 27/02/2012 regarding quarrying in the river beds of Yamuna, Tangri, Markanda, Ghaggar, Krishnavati River basin, Dohan River basin etc and extraction of minor minerals.

Despite a second sewage treatment plant on the verge of becoming operational in Panchkula, residents will have to wait for more time before treated water is pumped into parks and lawns.

The Ghaggar is facing twin attack: the industrial waste from Himachal and Punjab and the sewage drained into it from Sirsa, causing irreparable damage to animals, plants and humans alike.