NAINITAL: As the sun moves through the panoramic hills that surround the Naini lake each morning, a fleet of boats in all shades of colour with excited tourists crouching in tiny spaces becomes a c
Nainital: As the sun moves through the panoramic hills that surround the Naini lake each morning, a fleet of boats in all shades of colour with excited tourists crouching in tiny spaces becomes a c
Well-publicised campaigns including street plays should be organised to spread awareness on vector borne diseases dengue and chikungunya, the Delhi high court said on Monday.
Asks it not to hoodwink people; rejects old maps presented by officials
The court did not approve of a road being built through the forest.
A bench of Justices S. Ravindra Bhat and Pratibha M. Singh said that instead of the court giving directions from time to time to curb air pollution.
A division bench of Justices V M Kanade and C V Bhadang was hearing a bunch of PILs with respect to malnutrition deaths in Melghat region and other tribal areas.
RAJKOT/AHMEDABAD: Under the pretext of `local' protests in an election year, the Gujarat government is itching to reduce buffer zone around some important national parks and sanctuaries.
NEW DELHI: Unless senior officers get out of their airconditioned offices, nothing will happen, the Delhi high court said on Monday in a blunt message to AAP government and the corporations, as it
Maharashtra government to act against those selling packaged drinking in unsealed containers, as per the per the amendment carried out in the laws on March 1.
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