With a view to bring down pollution, decongest traffic and improve public health, Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC) launched a bicycle sharing project and a cycling club on World Bicycle Day on Su

The National Green Tribunal Delhi came down heavily on all states in regards with solid waste management and said that if they fail to appear on February 5, it will impose fine of Rs 50,000 on each

Among the three major cities of Gujarat — Ahmedabad, Rajkot and Vadodara — Ahmedabad is leading by a huge margin in terms of having maximum number of children suffering from malnutrition.

RAJKOT: The Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC) plans to generate the power from its municipal solid waste at the Nakravadi site on outskirts of the city.

Rajkot: One spark is enough to engulf almost half of Saurashtra’s commercial capital in flames. This is no exaggeration.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Paryavaran Mitra (Janvikas) Ors. Vs Gujarat State Pollution Control Board Ors dated 20/12/2013 regarding air and water pollution caused by the Rajkot Municipal Solid Waste disposal and landfill management site at village Nakravadi, managed by Rajkot Municipal Corporation and M/s Hanjer Biotech Energies Pvt Ltd.

Original Source: http://www.greentribunal.gov.in/judgment/131_2013(App)_20Dec2013_final_order.pdf

To prove that it is serious about implementing its poll promise of affordable urban housing, Gujarat government plans to start construction of around 75,000 houses by its para institutions across t

Company looking to either buy its own land or enter into joint venture with land owners in state

Even as it nears the launch of its first affordable housing project in Gujarat at Halol near Vadodara, Kolkata-based real estate player Ashiana Housing Limited is already planning to expand its presence in the state. The company is already exploring and researching possibilities for similar project in other cities like Ahmedabad, Surat and Rajkot.

Incessant rain for the last few days wreaked havoc in parts of Gujarat causing flood in many cities. The death toll in the state has reached 13 and over 90,000 people have been evacuated to safer areas, according to the state government.

The stormwater drains of the biggest cities of the state failed to cope with the unexpected deluge, in spite of elaborate “pre-monsoon plans” drawn up by municipal corporations. The retreating monsoon drowned Ahmedabad, Vadodara and Surat, exposing inadequate infrastructure and paralysing life since Saturday.

Mulls a policy to attract manufacturers in solar power sector.