Urbanisation in India is occurring at a rate that is faster compared to many other parts of the developing world. The Planning Commission of the Government of India estimates that about 40 per cent of the country’s population will be residing in urban areas by 2030.

Tamil Nadu, the most urbanised among the large States in India, has witnessed uneven urban growth.

AHMEDABAD: An all-India survey conducted ahead of 'World AIDS Day' on Thursday indicates that maximum incidence of HIV in both men and women was reported in age group of under 30 years.

Calcutta, Nov.

The environment ministry is yet to establish its green tribunal Benches in Kolkata, Chennai, Bhopal and Pune even a year after a notification was issued for the same.

The projects will not only upgrade rail transport capacity but also increase market share of railways

Hours after state-owned oil companies increased the price of petrol for the second time in less than two months, Mamata Banerjee summoned top party colleagues to an emergency meeting in Kolkata, ap

Rapidly growing megacities in Africa and Asia face the highest risks from rising sea levels, floods and other climate change impacts, says a global survey aimed at guiding city planners and investo

Concerned at the death of 13 babies in the past 48 hours at the B.C.

Even as the number of crib deaths reported from the state-run Dr. B.C.