About 28 percent of Bangladesh's total population (41.7 million) is living in urban areas, said a Unicef report released on Wednesday.

India has taken the lead in what it calls “kickstarting” an “international north-south corridor” from Iran to Russia via Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan to ensure a seamless connectivity to Central Asi

Kazakhstan believes the international community's first nuclear fuel bank can be up and running on Kazakh soil by late next year, potentially supporting the Obama administration's broader efforts t

India has the worst air pollution in the entire world, beating China, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh, according to a study released during this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos.

Commodities group Glencore released its first sustainability report on Wednesday showing it paid $780,000 in major environmental fines last year and had 18 fatalities.

Chandigarh Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal strongly urged members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on commerce to take up various pending issues of the state, including industrial package on the lines of hill states, setting up of steel silos, package for agro industries development, relaxation of the norms to set up SEZs and export of brown rice and Kinnow, with the central gover

Agreement may be worked out before closure of conference India maintained silence on listing of endosufan under the Rotterdam Convention at the fifth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention, which opened in Geneva on Monday.

PM in Astana, will meet President Nursultan Nazarbayev today
The Central Asian Republic of Kazakhstan is keen to buy small nuclear reactors from India and the two countries propose to carry out a feasibility study in this regard soon.

With Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arriving here this evening on a two-day visit to Kazakhstan, the stage is set for inking of an inter-governmental framework ag

In trying to cope with the fallout of the Fukushima nuclear disaster on India

The contracts for future wheat imports are currently on hold, as global prices have significantly increased following an export ban in Russia, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.

International prices of wheat are currently hovering around $370 per tonne