The Environment ministry said it has approved the phase III of Yamuna Action Plan (YAP) for Delhi besides sanctioning two projects of pollution abatement for the river in Sonepat and Panipat in Har

Farmers of Barota village today protested against the acquisition of 23 acres of land by Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development (HSIIDC) for installing a treatment plant.

Mining is all set to resume in Haryana following the Supreme Court's clarification that the environmental clearance for mining projects would have to be obtained by the project proponent.

Dengue is spreading its tentacles in Haryana with 383 confirmed cases reported so far as compared to just 87 cases in the corresponding period last year. Gurgaon has accounted for 166 cases.

Official sources said improper water management, storage of stagnant rainwater, unplanned construction activities and lifestyle changes are some of the major factors responsible for proliferation of mosquito breeding sites and spread of dengue.

Nearly 880 students, 150 of them girls, suffered from nausea and complained of stomach ache after consuming iron tablets in government schools in several districts of Haryana, officials said on Tuesday.

The folic acid (iron) tablets were given to them as part of Haryana Health Department’s supplementation programme to combat anaemia, they said.

Gurgaon got the lion's share of Rs 605.48 crore in the total budget estimate of Rs 890.77 crore approved for development works in the urban estate developed by the Haryana Urban Development Authori

Gurgaon Will start operations in March next year, fare structure same as Delhi Metro.

The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Haryana Government on a petition filed by farmers in Sonepat pleading for a near 10-fold hike in the compensation amount -- from Rs 210 to Rs 2,000 per

With the NCR Planning Board having sent financial models for the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) to state governments for approval, the Delhi government has raised objections to the RRTS enter

The Supreme Court has come down heavily on the Central and state governments for the misuse of the archaic Land Acquisition Act in the past two decades of the opening of economy to acquire farmers’