NASHIK: NGO Godavari Gatarikaran Virodhi Manch and an environmental activist moved the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday for restoring the original state of Godavari river which originates fr

Heavy rains continued to lash Andhra Pradesh on Friday, leaving 17 people dead and forcing the evacuation of 67,419 others from low-lying areas.

Seventeen people were killed in various rain-related incidents as the downpour continued for the fourth consecutive day on Friday even as two others were also missing, official sources said in Hyderabad.

Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) in its initiative under “Clean up Jammu” sanitation drive reached out to citizens residing in Ward number 53 and 54 covering Trikuta Nagar Sector 1 to 4, Basant Vihar, Bhawani Vihar, Laxmi Enclave, Khoo Walli Galli, Trikuta Nagar Sector 5 to 9 and Shiva Colony.

On spot assessment of the sanitary conditions and performance of other Municipal services was made and necessary instructions were issued for improvement of civic amenities.

Major road projects across Haryana, including a six-lane flyover along National Highway-8 at Hero Honda Chowk on Delhi-Jaipur road, have been approved by the Centre.

A Central team of experts that visited the Muktsar belt, one of the best cotton-producing areas in the region, has concluded that excessive irrigation, faulty alignment of drains and a wrong croppi

To find out a permanent solution of waterlogging in southwestern Punjab, comprising Muktsar, Fazilka and Faridkot districts, the Drainage Department will take help from the Indian Space Research Or

Waterlogging major problem in six villages of Charkhi Dadri

The spectre of crop failure is looming large over around 3,000 acres of farmland at six villages of the Charkhi Dadri block in Bhiwani district. Farmers are facing a flood-like situation in the absence of proper rainwater drainage even though Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda had announced a package of Rs 100 crore to control waterlogging in the area two years ago.

With four deaths attributed to diarrhoea after drinking contaminated water in August, Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) in its weekly report has warned of a rise in cases of typhoid an

The Delhi High Court on Thursday expressed extreme displeasure with the civic agencies and the Delhi government for failing to take steps to curb waterlogging in the city.

Orders the three Municipal Corporations to clean stormwater drains within a week to prevent a repeat of last week’s deluge

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday directed the Delhi Government, the New Delhi Municipal Council and the three Municipal Corporations of Delhi to clean the stormwater drains within a week to prevent a repeat of last week’s water-logging in the Capital.