UP government caught napping as state comes under dry spell

Ethanol, a safer alternative to MTBE, will now be mixed with petrol to curb emissions. Lopamudra Banerjee analyses the impact of this environment friendly decision

Discharge of effluents into the river had caused large scale fish deaths, leading to the curbs

considering the negative fallout from the decision to make shooting of wild boars and blue bulls legal, the Punjab Wildlife Preservation Department has cancelled all permits issued earlier to hunt

The fiery issue revolving Bt Cotton has little to do with farming and more with politicking

A new report severely castigates the functioning of India s pollution control boards

An ecofriendly way of treating polluted wastewater holds promise for rural India

punjab farmers are protesting against a World Trade Organisation (wto) agreement that will come into force from April 1, 2001. According to the agreement, as many as 1,429 items from other

The Punjab government has ordered a probe into a series of suicides by small and marginal farmers and landless workers in Sangrur district of the state. This decision was taken by Punjab chief

A dry winter followed by the highest temperatures recorded in February in the north Indian plains in the past six decades led to fears in state agricultural departments that rabi crop yields would be