24 Mar 2015
Noida: To spread awareness regarding the importance of development and management of water resources, Amity Institute of Water Technology and Management and Amity institute of Environment Science on Monday celebrated World Water Day at Amity University here.
03 May 2012
BJP members in Rajya Sabha on Thursday said the controversy over construction of residential apartments in Noida Extension on Delhi's outskirts has not been resolved due to "red-tapism".
11 May 2015
New Delhi: Twelve-time world champion cueist Pankaj Advani feels the government-run TOP Scheme for India's Olympic medal hopefuls clearly shows how sport is treated unequally in the country.
07 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Italian Marine Massimiliano Latorre, who along with a colleague is accused of killing Indian fishermen in 2012, moved the Supreme Court on Tuesday seeking extension of his stay in Italy on medical grounds.
06 Apr 2015
Patna: Under attack from various quarters for delay in procuring 30 lakh metric tonnes paddy by March 31, the Bihar government on Monday sought an extension for another 15 days.
31 Mar 2015
Mumbai: Piramal Fund Management (PFM) on said it has sanctioned Rs 1,200 crore in financing for a high-end residential project being developed by Omkar Realtors in the metropolis.
16 Apr 2015
Mumbai: A week after the Prime Minister announced higher compensation for damaged crops, the RBI on Thursday said a new scheme for interest subvention for farmers is being worked out though it may take "some time".
16 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) on Thursday told the National Green Tribunal that groundwater level in Noida is under "stress" and recommended cap on number of houses being owned by individuals.
20 Jul 2011
Allahabad High Court’s move to nullify 600 hectares of land acquisitions in two more villages of Noida Extension has raised doubts over the fate of several high-profile projects in the area. The HC on Tuesday quashed the land acquisition in Patwari and Dewla villages.
25 May 2015
Mumbai: Many private non-life insurers appear to be shying away from the Modi government's newly launched ambitious social security scheme offering Rs 2-lakh accident cover at an annual premium of just Rs 12, citing low pricing and the growing incidents of accidental deaths.