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Politicians rarely find time for anything other than politics -- but for Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, the cause of saving the Gangetic Dolphins seems to have struck a chord. An environmental engineer himself, Akhilesh Yadav Friday
All plan, no action River Ganga, or the Ganges - the most sacred river for Hindus and India's national river - remains filthy despite whopping sums being pumped into the Ganga Action Plan (GAP) for the last 26 years, a damning report has revealed. "
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Monday announced more funds for developmental schemes languishing in the Taj city and action on some of the most pressing grievances of the people including against the local power discom...Addressing a
30 pm, as the 21 guns roared together, the first train carrying Lady Falkland, wife of Governor of Bombay, along with 400 special invitees, steamed off from Bombay to Thane. Ever since the engine rolled off the tracks, there have been new dimensions
Jammu and Kashmir's main opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Wednesday assured the formulation of a comprehensive action plan for the socio-economic growth of the people of the Chenab Valley. The party further assured that backwardness and
A document revealed that Indian authorities strongly defended their posture, however the Pakistani side was yet to provide evidence to strengthen its position in the case. Diplomatic sources informed this scribe that the PCA has reserved its decision
In a foretaste of "water wars", Pakistani insurgents last week attacked Jammu & Kashmir government's ambitious upcoming Rs 50 crore irrigation project at Navtour in Bandipora in north Kashmir marking a rare departure from usual civilian and security
Muslim religious leaders have now come forward to extend a helping hand to sadhus and seers who are campaigning for conservation of River Ganga. Maulana Saeedur Rehman, principal of Centre of Islamic studies, said that it is well known that Ganga is
The Delhi government Monday asked people living near the rising Yamuna to move to safer areas...All preparations are in place to deal with a flood-like situation," Irrigation and Flood Control Minister A.K.
August 15, 2012 PTI A devotee taking a dip in the polluted waters of river Ganga in Allahabad. File Photo Crores of rupees being spent on saving the Ganga from pollution does not seem to be working as bacterial contamination in India's most sacred