The authorities in Sirsa will construct 14,193 toilets in private houses, schools and anganwadi centres at a cost of Rs 14.49 crore under the Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan.

The district authorities have already released funds for this scheme.

The Haryana government has approved Rs 1.09 crore for increasing the capacity of the solid waste management plant at Bakrianwali in Sirsa.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Haryali Welfare Society Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 13/11/2013 regarding allegation that the Respondent State (Haryana) was allowing felling and sale of trees by auction inviting tenders from the private contractors which was contrary to the Order of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India as well as the National Policy and the Policy framed and approved by the Competent Authority.

Bacteriological tests on samples of drinking water, taken from diarrhea-affected locality of Ellenabad town, have revealed that the water being supplied by the Public Health Engineering (PHE) Depar

Haryana government's move to dispose of fallen, dry and standing trees through private contractors has come under National Green Tribunal's scanner as the panel in its interim order has asked to av

An application has been filed before the National Green Tribunal against Haryana Government’s invitation to private contractors for felling and removal of trees in forest areas, which is in violati

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) today sought responses of the Centre and Haryana government on a plea against felling of dead or dry standing trees through auction by inviting tenders from privat

The cotton crop in Haryana is under the worst attack of whiteflies and Cotton Leaf Curl Virus (CLCuV) this year.

With an aim to cultivate crops with less use of water in Haryana, a sum of Rs 90 crore has been approved during the current financial year under National Mission for Micro Irrigation.

The Supreme Court has scoffed at Haryana's land acquisition policy under which authorities had acquired a fully operational industrial unit and its land for setting up an industrial estate.

A bench of Chief Justice P Sathasivam and Justice Ranjana P Desai quashed acquisition of the land on which the industrial unit was functioning and said, "We are of the view that there is no justification in acquiring a running industrial unit for industrialization of the area."