CHANDIGARH: Burning of paddy stubble in Punjab and Haryana did not contribute to the alarmingly high levels of air pollution in Delhi on November 10 and onward.
Patiala: With the Delhi government again pointing fingers at Punjab and Haryana for the smog that has returned to the national capital, Punjab on Monday refused to take the blame, citing zero stubb
PATIALA: The All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) in a letter to R K Singh Union Power Minister has made several suggestions on the power sector reforms including financial crisis facing th
LUDHIANA: The Haryana State Pollution Control Board's order to close all polluting factories in Gurgaon and surrounding areas till November 14, in the wake of National Green Tribunal's ban on emiss
Stubble burning in neighbouring states has increased the pollution level in the city.
Patiala: The authorities of the health department as well as Patiala municipal corporation have failed to curb the dengue menace in the district with the number of cases touching 1170 mark.
Ludhiana: Two days after pollution during Diwali festivities virtually turned Ludhiana into a gas chamber, air quality index of the city continues to be very high suggesting very poor air quality.
Ludhiana: Fresh cases of dengue have been reported, with the total touching 290 from Ludhiana district alone, as per data from the health department.
Chandigarh: Students of the Tricity schools set out to spread the message of green and anti-cracker Diwali in a bid to raise awareness in the adjoining areas on Friday.
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