In the coming months, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague, Netherlands, will be the centre of the world's, and particularly Europe's, attention. It is the scene of the first yet another example of monstrous short sightedness on the part of governments bent on addressing their needs without a thought for the environment

Sweeping changes are in the offing for the European system

Hungarians are raising environmental slogans against opening of the Gabcikovo dam's sluice gates by Czechoslovakia. The dam is built on the river Danube, which flows along the border between the two countries.

HUNGARY'S last ditch efforts to halt the Slovakian hydro-electric project failed with Slovakia continuing to divert the waters of the Danube, Europe's largest river, into an environmentally

IN HUNGARY, the blue Danube is creating trouble. This fortnight the country withdrew from the controversial hydroelectric project on the river, fuelling a fierce row with its neighbour,

NEW DELHI: India and Hungary on Tuesday inked an agreement for oil and gas exploration and decided to strengthen cooperation in the information technology (IT) sector. Both countries also agreed to work for increasing the level of trade to $1 billion by 2012.

A proposed plan to open Europe's largest open pit precious metal mine has soured relations between Hungary and Romania, raising serious concerns regarding the European Union's (eu's) rules on mining

A plan to extend the life of Hungary's only nuclear power plant has sparked protests from environmentalists. The four reactors in the southern town of Paks supply around 40 per cent of Hungary's

hungary has taken a significant step towards promoting renewable energy