NGOs threaten to stage protest if authorities fail to take action

JALANDHAR: Dal Khalsa has strongly opposeed union government's proposal to set up atomic power plants in Punjab and has urged all the political parties of the state including the ruling party to re

A United Nations Development Program (UNDP) team on Wednesday visited various parts of Amritsar city as part of a team to assess the air pollution levels to enable a future action program to addres

A state-of-the-art water recharging and recycling system has been made operational on the premises of the Golden Temple.

Just over a fortnight after the issuance of notice for auctioning mines, the Punjab and Haryana High Court today issued notice of motion to the state government on a petition filed in public inter

Overcast skies and intermittent showers notwithstanding, pre-monsoon rains in Punjab this year are deficient by 76 per cent so far, making it worst-hit state in the region and among top three acros

Two patients have died, 100 fallen ill in the past three days .At least two people have died and over a 100 fallen ill in the past three days after a reported outbreak of diarrhoea at Bathonian Kh

Amid hue and cry over open borewells in the state after the death of two-year-old Fatehveer at Bhagwanpura village of Sangrur, a piece of advice has come from the state’s water and sanitation depar

Aiming for sustainable water management, the state on Sunday announced that it would promote micro-irrigation of maize on 1,000 acres this season.

Greening Pakistan’s industry has become an imperative to minimize its adverse impacts on the environment and society, but also to sustain the sector’s growth. Despite substantial growth in recent decades, the

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