Recurrent landslides at Urni

SHIMLA: Himachal Pradesh government is all set to re-allot the controversial 960MW Jangi-Thopan-Powari hydropower project in Kinnaur district.

Una sizzles at 45ºC after 25 years

Hundreds of tribals along with green activists from different parts of the country gathered at Reckong Peo town of Kinnaur district on Thursday to discuss the destruction caused by hydro power proj

The deluge of storage dams constructed by hydropower developers in the tribal Kinnaur district of Himachal, bordering Tibet, has not only caused damage to the ecosystem, but also threatened the rich culture of tribals.

The century-old traditions and distinct cultural identity of tribal people which sustained the ecology and environment in spite of slow pace of development are at risk and “innocent and honest” tribals are becoming vulnerable to the influence |of big companies having plenty of money and other resources.

The ecologically fragile tribal areas of Kinnaur are facing disaster with hydropower projects coming up in the area, posing a threat to the environment, rivers, security and ethnic identity and cul

Remote tribal areas facing low voltage and frequent power cuts can look forward to reliable power supply as HIMURJA has prepared plans for the phase-II of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Missio

The piercing cold wave conditions continue unabated in most parts of the state while an avalanche threat looms large over the high-altitude tribal areas following intermittent snowfall in the highe

Though temperature in the lower and middle belts of the state showed a marginal increase with partial sunshine during the day, tribal and higher reaches of the state continue to remain in the grip

In a bid to save fragile ecology of tribal Kinnaur district located along China border, Kinnaur district administration has decided to launch door-to-door garbage collection scheme besides setting