Sharmila Krishna | Lucknow

The goal of the Living Ganga Programme is to develop and implement strategies for sustainable energy and water resources management within the ganga basin, in the face of climate change. This programme brings together components of climate adaptation, vulnerability assessment, environmental flows and water allocation coupled with pollution abatement and co-management of water and energy.

Lucknow: What killed the black bucks in Kanpur zoo is still to be known. In order to ascertain the cause of the death of five black bucks in Kanpur zoo in the first week of September, the viscera of the dead animals and samples of food and water that was given to them, was sent for examination to the Centre for Wildlife, Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) Bareilly.

Kanpur: With the launch of the countrywide campaign to save Ganga, convener of the

Shruti Srivastava / Lucknow September 15, 2008, 5:48 IST

The Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) is keen on developing a leather cluster in Kanpur. The bank also wants to develop a testing lab for leather products in association with Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IIT-K).

The bank is also working on a plan to develop a common effluent plant in the city under the public private partnership model. SIDBI is already at an advanced stage of talks with the Kanpur Leather Association and a private company to partner for the project.

Teena Thacker Posted: Sep 12, 2008 at 2348 hrs IST

New Delhi, September 11 The

Pawan Dixit
Kanpur Dehat

RURAL Kanpur is fighting its most frightening scourge

Long-term impacts of drinking chlorinated water on the incidence of cancers and miscarriages were assessed in a population-based cross sectional study conducted in the two campus communities of IIT Kanpur (IITK) and IIT Kharagpur (IITKgp). IITK has been using untreated groundwater since the community was established in 1963, while IITKgp has been using chlorinated water for more than 30 years.

PUBLIC sector drug makers are set to regain a substantial share in the retail pharmaceutical market. These companies, which recently received fresh capital infusion from the government, are going in for a major expansion of their production capacity and product baskets. These pharmaceutical companies already have an assured market from government procurement.

At least 124 persons were killed in various accidents across Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday night when a duststorm, accompanied by a short spell of rain, lashed through several parts of the state, according to official sources.