The ‘dhol-dhamaka’ usually associated with electioneering is missing this season as campaigning has evolved over the years.

Going green in more than one way for 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Election Commission has decided to exercise its franchise in favour of bio-degradable publicity material, besides checking the sou

Kolkata: Ahead of the elections in Kolkata, city environmentalists have urged voters to demand that candidates pledge to solve citizens’ burning problems.

In this election, we have seen that the real issues that matter to people - climate change

Ludhiana: Taking serious note of the impact of usage of PVC flexboards and other harmful material being used by the candidates during the elections, the Punjab and Haryana high court has issued not

Narsaigudem has limited water sources and they want to solve drinking water and irrigation problems in the village.

Political parties pledge to reduce pollution in manifestos

The BJP's promise of turning NCAP into a 'mission', which means institutionalising it better and increasing accountability at the Centre, is not enough because the NCAP has several limitations

Jodhpur: Vishek Bishnoi leaves every morning from his home in village Ekalkhori in Osian, Jodhpur with an earthen pot, his electoral symbol, stopping by and spreading the message of environment con

Pune: Unlike the grand roadshows and rallies organised by most political parties to seek votes, 43-year-old Anand Vanjape, in the fray for the Pune Lok Sabha seat election as an independent, cycles

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