Most of the municipal councils in the border belt are functioning without a sewage treatment plant

When things get bad, they really do. This, in essence, sums up the pollution scenario in the border district of Gurdaspur where two lifelines, Ravi and Beas, are being choked by stone crushers. Officially, Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) officials may paint a rosy picture and claim the rivers are pollution-free.

After the successful allocation of 250 MW capacity solar power projects, the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) has decided to issue tenders inviting bids for allocation of 300 MW capacity bio

Poachers fish in the Beas, the Sutlej and other water bodies in the region while the authorities stand as mute spectators.

The Punjab and Haryana high court on Monday stayed e-auction of minor mineral quarries in 19 districts of Punjab.

One of Asia's biggest wetlands, Keshopur Chamb, is set to get a fresh lease of life with the Punjab Government sanctioning Rs 8.10 crore for its revival.

The Punjab Government today declared Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar, Gurdaspur and Fatehgarh Sahib as ‘tobacco-free’ districts.

One of Asia's biggest wetlands, Keshopur Chamb, which was on the verge of extinction owing to an assortment of reasons, has got a fresh lease of life with a booster dose of Rs 8.10 crore.

Mohali district now has the distinction of being selected for implementing the Central Government’s Green India Mission project.

Notwithstanding a directive by the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB), hotels and restaurant owners of the district have refused to set up sewage treatment plants on their premises, claiming tha

Paddy growers claim input cost has risen by Rs 3,000 per acre due to the weak monsoon