01 Aug 2015
New Delhi: The air quality status at Delhi's five out of nine air quality monitoring stations was today labelled as 'moderate' which can create breathing discomfort to the people with lung, asthma and heart diseases.
30 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Cleaning of river Ganga is expected to be completed by 2020, by which time desired results of initiatives taken up for the purpose will be visible, the government has said.
21 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Adventure is always fun. But it takes a lot of guts and impeccable skills to carry out the most finest and daring adventurous task. We present before you a video of a spectacular river crossing by an SUV in deep water. Trust us, nerves of steel are required to do so and the man driving has it. Also, a great pickup, virtuous skill and experience of driving cars are used to try this daring act.
24 Jul 2015
Shimla: Eight persons were killed and 26 others were feared to have been washed away as the bus they were travelling by plunged into turbulent Parbati River at Sarsari Kullu district yesterday.
23 Jul 2015
Cairo: At least 19 people were killed after a boat collided with a barge and capsized on the Nile river near here, Egypt's Interior Ministry said in a statement today.
20 Jul 2015
New Delhi: The national capital remains world's most polluted city despite some recent restrictions imposed by AAP government and NGT (Nation Green Tribunal).
21 Jul 2015
Bhopal: Ten people died as heavy rains continued to lash Western part of Madhya Pradesh following which around 6,000 people were evacuated from inundated areas yesterday.
11 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Adhering to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suggestions to the Parliamentarians that cycling should be promoted to save energy, BJP MP Arjun Ram Meghwal reached the Parliament on cycle.
13 Jul 2015
Jammu: More than 100 people residing in villages of Ramgarh sector in Samba district here have been moved to safer places after the Basantar river breached the safety mark, a senior official said today.
07 Apr 2015
London: Tampons may not be an obvious scientific tool, but engineers from the University of Sheffield in Britain have found in them a new utility - using them to identify the sources from where sewage is discharged into the river.