The Ministry of Urban Development in its recently prepared report claimed that there was lack of a comprehensive storm drainage system for Jammu city and the existing system faces severe flooding p

The Green Revolution bypassed Bihar in its first wave in the 1960s and 1970s. Subsequently, during a short interval in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the agricultural growth rate reached almost 3 percent per year, one of the highest in the country, though over a smaller base.

Police, settlers clash as eviction drive enters eighth day

If the summer was too hot, the summer rains turned out to be worse as citizens, who had earlier prayed for the downpour, ended up cursing after the skies showed no signs of letting up.

साउथ एमसीडी से एनजीटी चेयरमैन ने दस्तावेजी सबूत मांगे

नॉर्थ और ईस्ट एमसीडी ने मॉनसून के दौरान होने वाले जलभराव से निपटने के लिए एक्शन प्लान तैयार कर लिया है। दोनों एमसीडी के कमिश्नरों ने दावा किया कि नालों की सफाई

An expert committee headed by a professor of Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, on Monday informed the Delhi High Court that there was no long-term policy in place to deal with water-logging in

In order to prevent water-logging on arterial roads and colony streets in the city during the monsoon, Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung has instructed the civic agencies to complete de-silting of dr

VADODARA: Residents of Suryadarshan township in Manjalpur area of the city on Sunday staged a protest and threatened to boycott the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections if their demands are not met.

‘Our wait for basic amenities continues’

Residents of Anbu Nagar in Maniyakarampalayam near Ganapathy on Sunday resorted to a protest banning the entry of politicians and candidates into their area and threatened to boycott the Lok Sabha elections.