NEW DELHI: In the backdrop of India’s commitment to eliminate all single-use plastic in the country by 2022, the Election Commission has asked all political parties and contesting candidates to des
Threat to environment, traffic snarls and exposing political leaders to possible attacks from terrorists cited as reasons
NEW DELHI: Taking note of a plea based on several studies and a TOI report on concerns over use of single-use plastic in campaigning materials during polls, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has as
Every public action and policy must be judged through the lens of transparency, equality, participatory democracy and its impact on those who are vulnerable, deprived and marginalised as well as on
The advisory said that the upcoming general elections present an excellent opportunity to introduce a behavioral change in election campaigning and promote sustainable practices.
Governor Droupadi Murmu on Tuesday appealed people to make optimum individual efforts to maintain balance of environment so that the coming generation could be protected from the dangers of it.
The manifesto had also promised that Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) will be made ‘accountable’ to take strict action against ‘industries disposing industrial toxic waste into water bodies, r
BENGALURU: Visitors and vendors at the Jayanagar market on Sunday witnessed a unique political campaign.
The urban voter in Bengaluru was once voiceless, with no say or sway in the poll outcome—blame it on the vote bank’s negligible size and political apathy.
Shantaram Bhoye walked for six days to cover the 180km from Nashik to Mumbai. Hailing from Orambe village in Surgana, Nashik, Bhoye tills three acres for a living.
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