Killing of national bird peacock by certain tribal communities for meat and fat is continuing despite the efforts of wildlife officers. Close on the heels of killing of six peacocks in Bighar village
The Punjab state has decided to introduce Own energy Banking Scheme from November 1 with an aim to store surplus energy during the winter season with other states ant to get back during the peak
Scientists may still be racking their brains over its pros and cons. The Punjab Government may have cottoned out of it. But the BT cotton crop is here. In all its pristine glory. Farmers from the
The Johl committee, working on the blue print for diversification of Punjab state agriculture, will meet at Punjab Agricultural University to finalise the report. "The report is more or less ready.
The oxygen content in the water of Ganga in West Bengal has gone down after Durga puja, a study reveals. The investigation, conducted by Saviours and Friend of Environment, a Kolkata based NGO, says
Resentment prevails among owners of tanneries located in the Leather Complex as Punjab Pollution control Board(PPCB) has started a campaign against them. They have accused the PPCB of harassment as
Residents of Mahili, a village of some 50 families falling under village Panchayat Nagar about 21 km from Kullu across river Beas just opposite to Patlikuhal, are up in arms against a stone crusher
The Punjab State government has decided to develop 400 villages with population of more than 2000 people each, as model villages under new Integrated Rural Development Programme. Under this scheme
Though it is true that life without sight spells misery, Punjab Pollution Control Board isn't really bothered. People are facing a health hazard in the Jalalabad town because of the rice mills here.
Investigations into the killing of six peacocks which were found dead near the Bighar village of Fatehabad district, Uttar Pradesh are yet to begin as officials of the Wild Life Protection Department
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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