Even as NGT has stayed felling of trees, forest department says will follow High Court directive asking it to allow NHAI to fell trees and start work.
Gadkari’s PR office denied reports in a section of the media that Gadkari was planning to initiate breach of privilege against Nanda.
Meanwhile, preparations inside the jail for Memon’s hanging were on at full swing.
The government has decided to confer executive power on Tiwari with a secretary-level status likely for him.
The NHAI had earlier rejected the WII proposal to build a flyover along the stretch to save what is considered as country's most important tiger and wildlife corridor, citing cost escalation.
Denying the charges, a senior official said the reports were singled out to create sensation.
Apex court refuses to stay HC bench order on MCI’s plea.
Debate over the appointment of the FTII chairman has acquired an elitist hue.
Investigation into the murders of a truck driver and a cleaner about two months ago led police to Rajput.
The school is located in the Untkhana area, about 3 km from the RSS headquarters in Nagpur, imparts education up to Class 12
The new police force has started friendly gestures, including a campaign for crop diversification.
Chandrakant Gharote has spearheaded the Rangoli campaigns of Sanskar Bharti and is also a national secretary of the organisation.
The state government has put on hold its plan to shut the model schools in the backward districts of the state after Governor C Vidyasagar Rao’s intervention in the matter on Tuesday.
Orange farmers in Katol, which is known as California of India, have been witnessing fast depletion of the ground water table, which currently stands at a thousand feet below the surface.
CICR plans to stack all the three GM events into its cotton varieties, which can compete with Monsanto’s Bollgard.
The large herd was accidently captured by forest staffers while monitoring sensors used to track the giant squirrel, which is Maharashtra’s state animal.
The NGT was hearing petitions by NGOs Conservation Action Trust.
Former CM allegedly helped the Dardas regularise land that was ‘encroached’ upon in Yavatmal.
The Indian Express reporters travel into the interiors to understand what’s in the mind of farmers as kharif plantings gather pace.
Sand mafia involvement alleged but police say associates killed him.
GN Saibaba is lodged in Nagpur Central jail for alleged Maoist links.
Across Maharashtra, colleges have been asked to stay open although it is not mandatory.
Gadchiroli police have arrested a prominent Naxal cadre from Chhattisgarh, at Wardha Saturday.
Named the ‘Wadadham Fossil Park’, this Jurassic period site houses the fossils of flora.
Maoists have warned the villagers who act as SPOs to desist from helping police.
The six-year-old tigress that grew up in a large four hectare enclosure was released on May 17 in the wild.
The state government had allowed confined field trials for 18 different GM events for various crops.
India’s real strength is the value of reliability, which is a very big attribute.
The report had quoted Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis blaming the delay on previous government.
The government has not issued the GR clearing the one-and-a-half times special pay meant for them. As a result, they go without this special allowance, despite working in under trying conditions in Naxal affected parts.
The Sangh has also reacted cautiously to the Hindutva agenda seemingly taking a backseat for the BJP-led government.
Autoreader designed by Aditya Bhople can identify and read any text for a visually impaired person.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi receives warm welcome; talks to farmers but makes no promises.
Ironically, while the then Congress government had not considered her husband Parsuram’s suicide in 2005 as arising out of agrarian distress, NGO Sulabh International had rushed to her help with an aid of Rs 30 lakh.
Most villagers not aware of land Bill but don’t want to give up land, pin hopes on Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi.
Official scrutiny of data over years reveal that between 20-50% of these deaths are related to agriculture.
Through two broad chapters on the investigation and the trial, Avirook Sen presents how the Talwars were hit with a double whammy: a shoddy and insensitive investigation by the UP Police and the CBI and what Sen believed was a premeditated judgment.