Nagpur: Last few budgets saw a huge difference between deeds and words of central government when it came to environment and wildlife conservation.
NAGPUR: Despite the National Green Tribunal's (NGT) ban on use of coated strings for flying kites, manja is being sold openly in most markets of the city.
Nagpur: Infrastructure development has spelt doom for the residents of Surya Nagar near Kalamna Market Road.
This year, we can expect a less noisy Diwali. For the first time in many years, firecrackers which will be sold in the city, are within the permissible sound limit.
While industries, power plants, mines and vehicles are blamed for increasing exposure to air pollution, there are many lesser-known sources which are significantly poisoning the quality of air.
Nagpur: The efforts of Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) and NGOs to spread awareness about checking pollution of water bodies are showing.
Nagpur: The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has swung into action against local manufacturing units selling unpackaged and unsealed potable water.
Nagpur: The rules and regulations set by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) regarding environment-friendly celebration of Ganesh festival keep moving around on tables of different civic authori
NAGPUR: While unpackaged 'drinking' water has found a good place in the market with hospitals, banks, health clubs and caterers being its main consumers, experts warn that consumption of water whic
Nagpur: The dissolved oxygen level at Telangkhedi lake is alarmingly low and will fall further post Ganesh immersion which might result in collapse of the entire lake ecology.
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