In order to raise awareness about the need to conserve water, Rajendra Singh also known as the 'Waterman of India' led a 'Global Water Walk for Peace' here today.
The contentious issue of the fate of the Dhari Devi temple at the hydroelectric project in Srinagar, Uttarakhand, along the Ganga has reached the high-level panel led by Planning Commission member
A below-par monsoon is likely to set alarm bells ringing in the UPA 2 Government, already reeling under the impact of an economic downturn.
The Uttarakhand Janmanch will launch the Parvat Garjana Andolan from Srinagar on July 8 to protest against the Central Govern-ment’s decision to stop work on the Srinagar, Peepalkoti, Loharinag Pal
Environmental activists Monday threatened to take to the streets if the government did not come out with “concrete measures” to save the “dying” Ganga by May 20.
New Delhi: Sunday Times had on April 1 reported about Assam man Jadav Payeng’s unparalleled feat of single-handedly growing a forest spread over 550 hectares on a sandbar in the Brahmaputra over 30
Who is to be blamed for water scarcity during summer months? Are the developers making necessary arrangements for rainwater harvesting?
NEW DELHI: In damage control mode, the prime minister on Tuesday sent Union coal minister Sriprakash Jaiswal to placate the fasting G D Agrawal, a retired professor of IIT Kanpur who recently 'embr
Magsaysay award-winner ‘Waterman’ Rajendra Singh, who stepped down from National Ganga River Basin Authority (NGRBA) along with two others protesting government’s “negligence” of the river, on Sund
LUCKNOW: Thronged by thousands of devotees on a daily basis, Sangam, the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati in Allahabad will have a different set of visitors on September 23 an
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