PATNA: A year-and-a-half after a WHO survey declared Patna as the second most polluted city in the world next to Delhi, Patnaites are choking in even worse ambient air with respirable suspended par

Artificial recharge to groundwater is steadily assuming importance in the wake of the decline in water level in several parts of the country. Recharge through an injection well is the most suitable option of artificial recharge for semi-confined and confined aquifers, especially in urban and industrial areas as it requires little space. Recharging capacity of a well is an important criterion in deciding the number of recharge structures required for large-scale planning of artificial recharge.

Patna: More than half the population in Patna has no access to safe drinking water.

Patna: BMW, this word brings out the picture of a high-end lurxury car. But today, this also means biomedical wastes, which can cost one's life.

Arsenic is known to be one of the causative factors of gall bladder cancer in Bihar.

The state capital can generate 277MW of solar energy by 2025. Patna can start producing solar energy up to 35MW in the initial phase by using the roofs on government and industrial buildings.

Groundwater is the most preferred source of water in various user sectors in India on account of its near universal availability, dependability and low capital cost. The present study mainly focus on the drinking water quality index of one of the fast growing city of India, Patna. The city has a population of 58.3lakhs of people which mainly relay ground water for drinking. The ground water from fourteen stations was analysed.

PATNA: In a fresh move to bring government officials under the ambit of norms formulated for common people, the state government has now come up with a plan to catch and fine government vehicles th

Concerned over frequent mishaps at unmanned gates under the East Central Railway (ECR), railways has decided to further improve safety measures at both manned and unmanned railway crossing gates un

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) in the matter of Sanjay Sinha Vs State of Bihar & Others dated 01/09/2014 regarding construction activities going on, on the flood plain of Ganga in Patna city.

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