The water in as many as 61 villages in Nashik district has been found to be unfit for consumption, the latest survey conducted by the district health office (DHO) has revealed.

The National Horticultural Research and Development Foundation, Nashik, has developed a new onion variety named NHRDF-RED-2 ideal for growing in different parts of North India.

A study of 32 tribal villages of Pimplad, Maharashtra, shows that the solar lamp is the most sought after renewable energy gadget. The study also revealed that proper training of each benefi ciary family and the provision of a dependable, low cost and easily accessible facility for repairs and maintenance ensures that the
lamps continue to remain in regular use.

A committee of experts has been set up by the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) to study and give suggestions to government on various problems associated with growing cities.

After last year’s failed rainfall dried up most wells and the depeleting water table drove the hand pumps to a trickle, farmers in the nearly 200 villages in Mann and Khatav talukas in Satara are n

If an ambitious state road development plan approved by the public works department is implemented, then by 2021, all the national highways passing through Maharashtra will be expressways with a mi

All eyes in the Nashik forest department are on the man-versus-beast conflict playing out in the district.

In an effort to help the areas reeling under the drought along the Maharashtra and Karnataka border, chief minister Prithviraj Chavan (pictured right), on Monday, sought help from the neighbour sta

Rising cases of circular trading of the Aussie bird in Tamil Nadu

Jalandhar: After the successful trial of the first horticulture train, a specially-created temperature-maintained, 1,600-MT capacity train, from Bhusawal in Maharashtra to Azadpur mandi in New Delh