Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Khalid Ashraf Vs Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change & Others dated 11/07/2017 regarding the issue of synthetic, glass coated and Chinese manjha for kite flying which are injurious to human beings, birds and equally disadvantageous to the environment. These manjhas are non-biodegradable and apart from causing injuries to human beings, birds etc., it causes serious environmental problem.

MUMBAI: Every fifth person who underwent a test for influenza H1N1since April in the city has tested positive for the virus.

Doctors attribute spurt in cases to water scarcity and residents storing water in open containers that serve as breeding grounds for the vector

After three adults tested positive for the Zika virus in Ahmedabad district, Gujarat in January this year, an adult male from Krishnagiri district of Tamil Nadu tested positive for the Zika virus.

This study seeks to understand factors that guide the decision-making process to adopt and implement the available arsenic-mitigation technologies in rural areas in the middle-Ganga Plain in India. A total of 340 households comprising 2500 people were surveyed.

The latest global report on tuberculosis has criticised India’s control plans, even as the Union Health Minister has said that TB will be eliminated from the country by 2025.

BENGALURU: The Karnataka state government is launching a new three-month long mosquito control programme starting July 15 in a bid to eradicate dengue.

Doctors feel misuse will lead to a situation of medicines turning ineffective

LUCKNOW: Different medical facilities in the city have sanitary conditions most conducive to breeding of dengue causing mosquitoes, their larvae and eggs.

Shamvhura-The beneficiary communities of the Shamvhura-Shamangorwa water project in Ndiyona Constituency in Kavango East are seriously concerned about the groundwater being piped to their villages