the patio at the India Habitat Centre resembled a snazzy, comfortable living space with reclining chairs, low side tables, foot stools, screens, snug utility seats, compact closets, sleek standing
An earthquake is imminent in Delhi. So is death and devastation
delhi is the only city in the country, which does not have a separate landfill site to safely dispose off its hazardous waste. Neither does the city government have documented evidences of
A whisper campaign that CNG causes cancer is doing the rounds in Delhi
Even as the government goes about sealing industrial units in Delhi, confusion reigns over what s polluting
IT will become an agent of change only when there is less of government and more of innovation
the Delhi government has banned the use of vehicles that have installed Liquefied Petroleum Gas (lpg) cylinders to meet their fuel needs. Despite Parliament giving clearance for the use of lpg
Rainwater harvesting and recharging of groundwater will be undertaken in 500 villages of Karnataka by the state department of rural development. The department will spend Rs 10 crore for the purpose.
the Delhi government's drive to shut down polluting factories took another tragic turn on January 6, 2001 when a 35-year-old man killed himself when officials came to seal his factory. Pawan
A freshwater crocodile, found usually in Chambal, Ganga and Mahanadi rivers, has been spotted in the Chilka lake in Orissa. Extensive fishing in these rivers may have forced crocodiles to
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion