13 years on. Police surgeon’s finding in ‘organ harvest’ case continues to haunt

On November 29, 2009, 23-year-old Abhin V J of Muvattupuzha suffered a head injury in a bike accident at Kothamangalam.

published on : 22nd September 2022

Indulge in flavours from God’s own country this Onam

This Onam, get set to binge on the authentic, scrumptious Sadhya offered by restaurants across Delhi-NCR.

published on : 7th September 2022

KSRTC employees to finally get salary, but with a condition

The decision to pay the salaries came with the condition that the employees' duty structure would change from a 16-hour double shift to a 12-hour single shift.

published on : 6th September 2022

Farmers shed tears over poor demand, dump onions into pond in Shoolagiri

A section of onion farmers in Sanamavu near Shoolagiri is forced to dump harvested crop in farmlands and ponds allegedly because there are no takers and onions are poorly priced.

published on : 3rd September 2022

PM Modi highlights villagers’ efforts to save water in Warangal

"With the villagers’ initiative, this place is now being developed under the Amrit Sarovar campaign. This time, this lake is filled to the brim,” PM said.

published on : 29th August 2022

Rain water harvesting systems at 150 parks under MCD: Officials

The water crisis is a global problem for which integrated efforts are required at all levels with responsibility and dedication.

published on : 26th August 2022

Shallot farmers in Tamil Nadu's Palladam suffer as price stagnates at Rs 15 per kilogram

Procurement price fell to Rs 13-15 per kilogram months ago, and more than two dozen farmers in Palladam, built Pattarai systems.

published on : 14th July 2022

Monsoon rains go waste due to incomplete harvesting structures in Odisha's Berhampur

As per BeMC records, RWHS have been constructed on most government buildings, but many are lying damaged.

published on : 12th July 2022

Delhi HC seeks Centre, state government stand on easing traffic jams in monsoons

A bench headed by Justice Jasmeet Singh took suo motu cognizance of the issues based on a news report,

published on : 30th June 2022

1,500 soaking pits to save rainwater: Delhi Govt prepares to harvest million gallons of rainwater

Following this, the government is planning to adopt various models of the Denmark government to improve water supply in the capital.

published on : 23rd June 2022

CCMC to construct smart storm water drains, rainwater harvesting at Coimbatore Race Course

CCMC Commissioner M Prathap would inspect the works on Thursday or Friday and will take a call on expanding the project to other parts of the city, sources added.

published on : 23rd June 2022

How this Karnataka man is harvesting rainwater, drop by drop

Bus driver from Udupi follows his childhood passion for conserving water

published on : 5th June 2022

Summer heat gives early start to cherry season in Kashmir valley

With summer arriving early in the Kashmir Valley, the local markets are filled with fresh harvest of cherries.

published on : 12th May 2022

Onions likely to bring tears of joy for farmers this year in Kalahandi

Onion harvesting, which has just begun in Kalahandi, is expected to pick up the pace in a few days and be completed around May 15. 

published on : 8th May 2022

TS Paddy ryots hit by Rains; Hyderabad roads flooded

So fierce was the downpour that Sitaphalmandi recorded 86 mm while the average rainfall for the city was 63.1 mm. 

published on : 5th May 2022

Ariyalur farmers flag delay in procurement by direct purchase centres  

Over 50,000 acres of paddy were cultivated in various areas, including T Palur and Thirumanur, in the district during Samba season last year.

published on : 5th May 2022

Samba paddy yield 79 per cent higher than last year in Tamil Nadu's Thanjavur

According to officials, crops were affected by excess rain during Samba season last year, and therefore, the yield was less.

published on : 23rd April 2022

Pak PM welcomes over 2000 Indian Sikh pilgrims to Pakistan; seeks peaceful relations with India

Pakistan High Commission issued visas under the 'Protocol on Visits to Religious shrines' facilitating people to visit religious shrines in both countries.

published on : 18th April 2022

Festivals of Introspection  

Our sages have made so many fasts and festivals so that humans can learn to rest a little.

published on : 10th April 2022

Fall in price makes Perambalur shallot farmers to dump produce in their fields

Shallots are mostly harvested in November, December and January, and the crop harvested in November used to fetch a good price.

published on : 2nd April 2022
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