The state government's ambitious project to build a 10-storey super-specialty department in the JJ hospital campus is set to get a shot in the arm.

Since 2004, Halji village, home of the oldest Buddhist Monastery in north-western Nepal, has suffered from recurrent glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs). A sudden englacial drainage of a supraglacial lake, located at a distance of 6.5 km from the village, was identified as the source of the flood. The topography of the lake basin was mapped by combining differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) measurements with a structure-from-motion (SFM) approach using terrestrial photographs.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on impact of climate change on monuments, 04/08/2015. Taj Mahal in Agra has been identified as a monument, which needs to be protected from air pollution. No nationwide exercise has been undertaken to identify specific monuments which are vulnerable to climatic change and air pollution.

Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science & Technology, Environment & Forests present this Two Hundred and Sixty-second Report on 'Effects of Pollution on Taj'.

Order of the High Court of Rajasthan in the matter of M/s. Jal Mahal Resorts Private Limited Vs The State of Rajasthan & Others dated 07/07/2015 regarding lease agreement dated 22/11/2005 between the petitioner and the Government of Rajasthan for development of 100 acres of land adjacent to Mansagar Lake.

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For the first time perhaps, a time-bound plan has been set to address the challenge of maintaining the pristine beauty of the world famous historic monument — the Taj Mahal — a symbol of India’s na

Amidst reports pointing at the discolouration of Taj Mahal, a parliamentary panel has recommended that a "multi-pronged" strategy be adopted to preserve the "pristine beauty" of the monument and as

Agra: Even as measures -- some of them knee-jerk -- are being taken to stop the majestic Taj Mahal from turning yellow, the exact causes for the monument's discoloration are yet to be ascertained,

A think tank on environment issues in India today said that the "exact" causes for discolouration of Taj Mahal have not been established yet and emphasised on the need to ascertain the key reasons

The Taj Mahal is losing its sheen due to unchecked vehicular pollution, tourism and several other reasons, noted a release issued by the Centre for Science and Environment here on Thursday.