At the instance of the Biotechnology Department of the Himachal state, the cultivation of aromatic plants and extraction of essential oils has been undertaken on a large scale in the state,
The Centre has agreed to release Rs 100 crore shortly for the implementation of comprehensive forest conservation programme in Jammu and Kashmir, the state forest minister Ghulam Ahmad Shah has said.
In an era when few have time to think about others, a retired social science teacher Mr. Brahm Dutt Tyagi, along with his daughter-in-law, Ms Rashmi Tyagi, is on an unique mission-to rid the society
The Health Department has detected 1,200 AIDS cases in Amritsar District of Punjab, till June this year making the district most prone to this infectious disease. This was informed by Dr. K K Sharma,
The Indian Air Force (IAF) is participating in the Arabian Sea Monsoon Experimenting (ARMEX) 2002 with a view to study and develop techniques to exploit the intense weather conditions for operational
Having failed to protect Chiru, the Tibetan antelope for extinction as the trade in Shahtoosh continues despite an international ban, the wildlife conservationists are now contriving ways to stop
Punjab Chief Minster Capt. Amarinder Singh today held extensive confabulations with World Bank Country Director of India Edwin Lim and other officials to discuss modalities for seeking financial help
The Director General of Doordarshan and Project Director of National AIDS Control Organisation are visiting London early next week to participate in the repeat launch of the most intensive broadcast
Skin-to-skin contact between premature infants and their parents benefits both, researchers say. The care involves allowing parents to cuddle up to premature infants for two to three hours each day,
Owing to the proposed disinvestment of National Fertilisers Ltd., the Department of Atomic Energy was planning to dismantle Asia's oldest heavy water plant at Nangal. Reliable sources told that the
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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