New Delhi:The Delhi Metro will finally be reaching Ghaziabad this June.

With the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) working overtime to protect the tiger population, poachers have now shifted their attention to killing leopards and selling their body parts as tiger parts.

The states of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh are the epicentre of this illicit trade and the Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI) confirms that over 291 leopard deaths were report

New Delhi: Commuters on the two most crowded Metro lines

Meerut: A new high-speed train route between Anand Vihar in Ghaziabad and Meerut has been sanctioned, officials said here on Thursday.

The route, sanctioned at a meeting on Wednesday, has been surveyed by Delhi Integrated Multi Modal Transit System (DIMTS) and will have a total of 14 stations with seven of them located in Ghaziabad district, they said.

The proposed stations will come up at A

New Delhi: Polio virus has been detected in Delhi

LUCKNOW: The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has sanctioned the work for widening of 20-km stretch of National Highway-24, between the Delhi-UP border and Dasna and making it a 6-lane facility.

In an innovative move to reduce green house effect, Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has decided to harness gas emanating from landfill sites in the Capital and utilise it commercially. The civic body has roped in Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL), which will extract gas from Ghazipur landfill site on experimental basis.

Water supply to parts of Delhi and some districts of Uttar Pradesh, including Ghaziabad and Gautam Budh Nagar, is likely to be affected following the closure of Ganga canal for maintenance from October 17 till November first week. With a record rainfall being witnessed this monsoon; the Gang canal has accumulated lots of silt posing a problem.

In the wake of the recent deaths of children in Lucknow and Ghaziabad after they received a measles shot, the Union Health Ministry under Ghulam Nabi Azad has proposed to rope in an international laboratory to help investigate the reasons behind the deaths.

Samples have already been sent to the Central government approved CRI in Kasauli, and while officials do not doubt its results, they are of

If all goes according to plan, Meerut would soon be less than an hour