JAIPUR: Rajasthan is not even close to achieving the target of constructing toilets in urban areas under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious Swachh Bharat Mission.

JAIPUR: The number of Khejri trees, Rajasthan's state tree, is fast declining per hectare in the desert districts.

JAIPUR: The state water resources department is preparing to build another canal to meet the drinking water needs of Jodhpur city and its surrounding villages.

As climate change threatens India’s food security, adaptation in the agriculture sector is becoming increasingly important. However, for too long, adaptation has been characterized by individual efforts and by small, time-bound pilot projects.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of M/s Suncity Holding & Trading Company Vs. State of Rajasthan & Ors. dated 30/07/2015 regarding industrial pollution in Jodhpur.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Aman Sethi Vs State of Rajasthan & Others dated 07/05/2015 regarding closing down of stone crushing industrial units located in Village Mungaska, Tehsil Pahadi, District Bharatpur, Rajasthan and not to allow establishment and operation of new stone crushing units in the villages of Jodhpur, Mungaska, Samsalka, Ubhaka, Amruka, Satwadi, Tilakpuri, Mallaka, Bhaiseda, Burana, Kaithwada, Kairua, Dadri and Mandor.

For the third consecutive day on Sunday, heat wave conditions prevailed in the state with majority of the places witnessing maximum temperatures on and above 40 degrees Celsius.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of M/s. Laxmi Suiting Vs Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board-Jaipur & Others dated 13/01/2015 regarding pollution caused by industrial units operating in and around Heavy Industrial Area, Jodhpur.

जोधपुर। शहर के प्रथम नागरिक घनश्याम ओझा का पैतृक गांव गांगाणी मूलभूत सुविधाओं से जूझ रहा है। करीब आठ हजार आबादी वाले गांव की आधी से अधिक आबादी अभी भी खुले में शौच करती है।

In view of awareness toward nature-friendly management of plant diseases, the need of integration and use of indigenous knowledge (IK) with modern biological control measures has been emphasized. In view of new insights being generated it is accentuated to reassess the system of sustainable plant disease management. One farmer-inspired indigenous practice of using raw cow milk as seed treatment has been experimentally validated integrating with Trichoderma spp. (the farmer-friendly fungus and biocontrol agent) at farmers' fields and at C. R.