The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has sought replies from the Centre, the Ministry of Water Resources and the Uttar Pradesh Government on a petition highlighting huge amount of solid and human wast

Most of these women were forced to become manual scavengers after marriage

Environmentalists have scoffed at the civic body's claim that it has been planting three new trees for every one cut.

After the news that there has been a rise in cases of cancer in five villages around the Chhapraula Industrial Area in Greater Noida district of Uttar Pradesh due to groundwater contamination, a pe

The National Green Tribunal has directed the Central Pollution Control Board to list on its website the criteria for classifying industries discharging effluents into the Ganga as “seriously pollut

Show-cause notices to 15 hotels; 28 malls, builders, developers

The task of getting approvals from different civic agencies for buildings is likely to get easier with new and dynamic building bye-laws in the offing.

Simbhaoli mills and distillery direct source of polluting the river Ganga

Only 0.01 bcm water is available for future use in Delhi, whileit is negative in Gurgaon and in almost all districts of Haryana

Miffed at the apathy of the Ghaziabad civic agencies towards growing concretisation of pavements and areas which are otherwise marked as ‘green belt’, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) was on Monda