PATIALA: The Patiala Municipal Corporation (PMC) is finding hard to manage its garbage dump in the absence of any solid waste management plan.

PATIALA: The Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) had welcomed the decision taken by the five Sikh Priests at Akal Takht Sahib on June 14 in which the highest temporal authority of the Sikhs has d

Despite the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has banned the use of polythene bags and the state government enforced the ban on April 1, shopkeepers continue to use these polythene bags in the city.

If you encounter wrecked roads, unmanned directionless traffic, vehicles parked along roads, you are rightly traveling through the vicinity of royal city.

Even though the Health Department and Patiala Municipal Corporation are on their toes to control the outbreak of dengue and chikungunya, the number of dengue cases has gone up to 375 and chikunguny

Despite efforts by the traffic police, a large number of auto-rickshaws plying on city roads has led to traffic snarls across the city.

samples collected from Patiala, Rajpura, Samana, Nabha and Patran have been found unfit for drinking.

PATIALA: As de-silting of historical Rajindera Lake in Patiala city has thrown up several surprises, including a rare species of soft shell turtle, ecology lovers and green activists have demanded

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has set August 30, 2015, as the deadline for the Punjab Government to finalise town planning schemes.

Government Rajindra Hospital is once again under the scanner for not making enough arrangements for the proper disposal of the bio-medical waste.

The issue came to light during the cleanliness drive of the Paryavaran Welfare Society, which has voluntarily taken up the cause of cleaning up the hospital. It found an unused blood bag and many used injections, syringes, medical gloves and other waste dumped behind the Gynaecology Department.