Chemical in Yamuna killed thousands of fishes

Thousands of fishes were killed on Saturday as pollution reached its peak in Yamuna which also revealed the truancy of Government agencies as well....

Vrindavan Research Institute: “No research, no help for researchers”

heirmanhousands of devotees visit the ISKCON temple in Vrindavan every day, but out of them, very few even notice a large gate just a...

Yamuna restoration: National Green Tribunal Asks Committee to Determine Flow

The National Green Tribunal has directed a principal committee, constituted by it, to hold a meeting to determine the environmental flow of Yamuna from...

Do our policitians hate Hindu religion?

All around the world rivers are cleansed. Why the Holy Land of Krishna is not taken care of? Do our politicians hate Hindu religion?

R. D. Paliwal: Drainage sytem will be developed parallel to Yamuna

CEO of Braj Development Board and a member of the committee formed by the Chief Secretary, Mr. R. D. Paliwal announced yesterday that the...

Brajwasis take oath to keep Braja clean

The Braja Cleanliness Campaign reached its peak with the presence of cine star and MP from Mathura, Hema Malini present on the last day...

Green Court representative finds garbage management system collapsing in Vrindavan

Poor state of garbage management was found in Vrindavan during the surprise visit of the representative appointed by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on...

New Documentary about Yamuna River Will Shock and Move

A forthcoming documentary that highlights the plight of the Yamuna river, through the lives of children interconnected with it, is sure to both shock viewers and move them deeply.

The Yamuna March Is Over But The Protest Continues

Starting March, 1st more than 100,000 brajavasis, devotees, farmers and people of various organizations marched from Vrindavan to Delhi to stop the abuse of the Yamuna river. On March 13th the march was called off but the protest continues.

Vrindavan on the move

Famous landmark Keshi ghat is undergoing restoration. The first sight of Vrindavan people used to have when there were no roads was the Keshi ghat, when the boat was arriving from Mathura to Vrindavan.