MUMBAI: Intending to fight against global warming, climate change issues and to save the environment, the state government has decided to plant trees on a large scale.
Mumbai: The state government will collect waste plastic from school children, besides NGOs and housing societies, to mix with bitumen for road construction, public works department (PWD) officials
MUMBAI: The state government, in a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, decided to impose a 'drought surcharge' on a host of items ranging from fuel and liquor to cigarettes and jewellery to raise Rs 1,60
MUMBAI: Noise levels during Diwali were ear-splitting, while Ganesh Chaturthi was among the quieter festivals, a decade ago. The reverse is true today.
The forest department has set itself a target to double the population of tigers in the state by 2022. Currently, there are 190 tigers in the state.
MUMBAI: The state government has decided to celebrate the International Tiger Day, on July 29 at large scale.
MUMBAI: The union Environment minister Prakash Javadekar has taken cognizance of state environment minister Ramdas Kadam, who allegedly blocked the projects by restricting to hold meetings of State
MUMBAI: Even as chief minister Devendra Fadnavis is wooing investors and trying to make it easier to do business in the state by cutting red tape, the state environment minister has arbitrarily hel
Various NGOs and nature lovers gathered at Aarey Colony on Sunday morning to protest against the MMRDA's proposal to remove 2,298 trees to set up the proposed Metro III car shed.
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