About 62% of metropolitans in the high-income-group bracket buy organic, an increase of 95% in the last five years.

INDORE: Integrated waste processing plant of A2Z Company set up at trenching ground in association with Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) over 15 acres of land at Devguraria was set up without rec

INDORE: Water supply of the city has increased by 250% in the last three years, claims Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC). However, there seems to be no end to the water woes of Indoreans.

INDORE: Realizing benefits of power generation from solar energy, three houses in Indore have gone for solar plant.

INDORE: Following lukewarm response in the first week, trial run of 'ibus' of Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) has started witnessing hordes of commuters of late.

Facing criticism for giving permission to a public and private programme on BRTS corridor during which organisers installed stages and obstructed traffic, district administration has now banned any

The bottled water you are consuming either at home or outside isn't necessarily drinkable as it may not be processed involving standard procedure. The packaged water one may be consuming could possibly just be tap water or ground water. Out of nearly 53 bottling plants supplying packaged water in city, only 18 have ISI certificates.

With the summers setting in, leading to water shortage, consumption of packaged drinking water has shot-up in the city. According to an estimate, the city consumes anywhere between 30,000 to 40,000 bottles (20 liter capacity) of water per day.

INDORE: Hearing a review petition about a decision by Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh high court to allow trial run on BRTS corridor, the high court on Wednesday ordered that the matter be listed be

BHOPAL: The Centre has sanctioned Rs 28 crore for Kamla Park flyover and Rs 27 crore for the completion of the BRTS construction work, including the Habibganj rail over-bridge, a government spokesperson said on Thursday.

In all, Rs 192 crore was sanctioned after a meeting of urban administration and development minister Babulal Gaur and Union urban development minister Kamalnath in New Delhi on Thursday. Kamalnath sanctioned four schemes worth Rs 192 crore for Bhopal's development. Gaur also discussed pending JNNURM projects of Indore and Jabalpur. Kamalnath said the city development projects would also be sanctioned soon, according to the spokesperson.

INDORE: The Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh high court has given two days time to the divisional commissioner to submit his report on the BRTS corridor.
The next hearing in the case has been scheduled for April 18.

The bench comprising justice Shantanu Kemkar and Justice U C Maheshwari were hearing a petition on BRTS corridor filed by social activist Kishor Kodwani. The court also directed divisional commissioner to provide a copy of his report to Kodwani a day before submitting it to the HC.