The Bhopal wing of Family Planning Association of India (FPAI) has been chosen for this year's prestigious "Global Vision 2000" award for develping innovative community strategies on population
India and China are taking on the US at the ongoing Climate Change conference in Buenos AIres as it tries to use a self-serving agenda to persuade the two countries to reduce fossil fuel gas
Shall we tell the Prime Minister? The Prime Minister's House was deluged with phone calls and faxes on the ever-increasing air pollution, driving the staff up the wall on Monday. Resident in the
The World Wide Fund (WWF-India) has called for a legislation for banning fishing of whale sharks in India. The whale shark has come under increasing threat for its meat, fin and liver, particularly
Research by scientists in the United States has revealed that the level of symmetry of a person's hands and length of his/her fingers is a fair indicator of their fertility level, says a report in
A study conducted by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has revealed that while the GDP in India has gone up by two and a half times during 1975-95, industrial air pollution has gone up
Forest officials have seized three blackbucks from the house of an eunuch in Sultanpuri. The eunuch, Rani, and his servant Javed, have both been remanded to judicial custody till November 13. The
Andhra Pradesh, the only State to have its own population control policy, has fixed the target of year 2035 to peg its population at 9.4 crore, by bringing down the the fertility rate to 1.5 per
None-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) active in the field of environment have taken strong objection to the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) plans of changing the land-use pattern on the river bed.
Nearly 1,070 animals have perished in Kaziranga - a majority of them due to starvation and the rest washed away by the relentless Brahmaputra. According to the expert team sent to the Kaziranga
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion