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HYDERABAD: Hyderabad’s air, water and soil stand polluted as the concentration of some pollutants— particulate matter in the air or heavy metals and antibiotics in ground and surface water—is highe

HYDERABAD: Taking a tough stand, the Telangana Pollution Control Board (TPCB) closed four industries on the outskirts of the city for violating pollution norms.

This year’s focus is on encouraging people to look for nature-based solutions to reduce drought.

GE Power has been awarded a ₹309 crore contract by public sector undertaking NTPC Limited for installing a Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) system.

Hyderabad: For the first time in Telangana floating solar power plants will be constructed on the Himayathsagar and Osmansagar lakes.

Municipal Administration Principal Secretary Arvind Kumar asked officials to identify abandoned quarry sites in order to use them as dump yards for disposal of solid waste from urban areas.

Bird population is concentrated in Barkas, BHEL, Uppal and Medchal, where there are trees and shrubs.

CHARMINAR: Even as anti-fogging and anti-larval operations are being carried out, there has been an alarming rise in malaria and dengue cases in the Old City.

BENGALURU: India is set to meet its target of adding 10,000 MW of solar capacity in 2017-18, almost twice that of the increase in 2016-17.

Among the 31 districts of Telangana, 26 have literacy rates below the State average of 66.54 percent. According to the ‘Telangana Socio-Economic Outlook 2018’ report released by the government, Hyderabad tops in literacy rate with 83.2 per cent, while Jogulamba Gadwal district stands at the bottom with 49.9 per cent literacy.