The Queen of Hills is thirsty.
The Himachal Pradesh High Court Bar Association and a number of other social and political organisations on Monday came out in support of Shimla residents who are facing acute water crisis for more
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The helicopters lifted water from Sukhna lake and did a firefighting operation for hours till the ground staff were sure that there was no threat to the installations.
CHANDIGARH: Patients coming to PGI’s emergency from Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh had been prescribed antibiotics despite having no infection that required such treatment, according to a st
The government is likely to order the closure of about 40 stone crushers in Kangra district and 60 in other parts of the state.
As fires rage through pine forests, the Forest Department is hoping to combat the blaze with the help of pre-warning fire alerts for the next one week from the Forest Survey of India (FSI), a first
The recent report of water pollution reported from river Beas leading to the death of countless fishes and aquatic species in the river has raised serious concerns over the Asian Development Bank (
Drone mapping of its precious forest wealth could be the answer to Himachal’s problem of illicit felling of trees, with the trial in two wards of Shimla Municipal Corporation (SMC) proving to be su
The Himachal Pradesh High Court on Wednesday granted a week’s time to Special Investigation Team (SIT) to complete felling of the apple plants in the apple-belt of Shimla as part of a court-ordered
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