The department of fertiliser is proposing to seek one time budgetary support to help the naphtha and fuel oil-based fertiliser units to switch over to natural gas. Alternatively the department may
The union health ministry has reportedly decided to ask the customs department to ensure that no food items likely to have any adverse impact on human and animal health are allowede to be imported
In the span of a decade the country's food production has jumped by more than 22 per cent and only 18 per cent more Indians have crowded the subcontinent. Yet, on a per capita count,Indians have less
The Dabur Research Foundation is conducting tests to find out how spirulina can help in building up the birth weight of babies.
The race to launch the 'desi' version of wonder drug Viagra has intensified with top pharmaceutical companies including Ranbaxy, Alembic, Cadila and Unichem getting the Drug Controller General of
The recent energy and environment agreement between India and the US has come to for heavy criticism from environemntal and energy experts. According to Tata Energy Research Institute (Teri) director
India , China and Nepal together will have to formulate a policy for the conservation of the endnagered Tibetan antelope, commonly known as Chiru, the source of the famous Shahtoosh shawls. This
Tusker-friendly Kerala launches elephnat study
Study : Contrary to the widely held belief that Indians have sufficient vitamin D due to abundant sunlight in the country, a new study has found a high degree of vitamin deficiency and bone
The Bombay High Court appeared inclined to uphold the Indian Drug Manufacturers Association (IDMA) challenge on two specific points in a case pertaining to allegedly objectionable amendments to the
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
How green is green?
Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion