High-speed connectivity between the regional centres of the National Capital Region will soon become reality, with Minister of Urban Development Kamal Nath giving in-principle approval to the conce

Panipat: In order to improve power generation efficiency, the authorities have decided to get coal from Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) in place of Northern Coal Fields Limited (NCFL) for its Panipat thermal power plant.

The arrangement has already been approved by sub group for short-term coal linkages working under the Coal Ministry.

Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited (HPGCL) h

By 2016, commuters from Panipat can reach Kashmere Gate in the heart of the Capital in just 60 minutes, courtesy a high-speed rail link being planned to connect the National Capital Region.

On the basis of the action taken report submitted by the Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB), the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests has lifted the moratorium on new projects in Faridabad and Panipat towns.

Capt Ajay Singh Yadav, Finance, Forest and Environment Minister, said the government had formulated a policy for shifting potentially polluting textile or dyeing units from

CHANDIGARH: The Union Ministry of Environment and Forests has lifted the moratorium for setting up of new projects in Faridabad and Panipat towns on the basis of the

The Environment Ministry today lifted moratorium imposed on eight industrial clusters located in critically polluted areas in different parts of the country for considering projects for environmental clearance.

Chandrawal and Wazirabad WTPs resume operations after pollution levels in Yamuna receded on Tuesday night; CPCB to submit report.
Operations at the Capital

Several areas across the city faced water shortage on Monday after two major water treatment plants were closed following the detection of a high quantity of ammonia in the Yamuna.

The Haryana Government has given its nod for the India’s first high-speed train project, after a high-level meeting held at Chandigarh under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda recently.

The district has been allocated Rs 22 crore to repair roads that had got damaged due to heavy rainfall and floods, which had hit the region recently.

Deputy Commissioner JS Ahlawat said all roads that fall under the jurisdiction of the PWD (B&R) and had developed potholes would be repaired.

The district has faced the threat of floods thrice in the past two months with the Yamuna inundating s