Tamil Nadu is the hub for manufacturing firecrackers.

Coimbatore: India still has a long way to go to realize its renewable energy goals, said Joerg Gaebler, principal advisor of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), an agency

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of V. P. Krishnamoorthy Vs. The Union of India & Others dated 24/10/2018. The matter deals with incidents of leakage of petroleum oil manufactured and supplied by various oil companies from the pipelines laid and used by such companies contaminating drinking water in North Chennai, more particularly, in Thondiarpet impacting the wells on PH road and BP Koil street. The case was taken up on the basis of a newspaper report dated 16.07.2013 and other reports preceding it.

CHENNAI: For The Bengal Association in T Nagar, the run-up to this year's Durga Puja has been exceptionally busy. And pricier.

Madurai: A public interest litigation has been filed before the Madurai bench of the Madras high court seeking a direction to the authorities to ban the use of loudspeakers in vans, autos, load veh

Tamil Nadu government on Tuesday sought a Central grant of `5,776 crore to implement various developmental projects.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s. Balasubramaniam Charcoal Unit Vs. The District Environmental Engineer, Perundurai, Erode & Others dated 10/10/2018 regarding pollution caused by the charcoal units in Veeranampalayam Village, Kangeyam Taluk, Tiruppur District, Tamil Nadu.

Expert appraisal panel lays down 30 conditions for project implementation

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Shri V. Eswaran, Coimbatore Vs. The District Collector, Coimbatore & Others dated 03/10/2018 regarding dumping of solid waste in the Vellalore dump yard and landfill site falling with the Coimbatore Municipal Corporation area which, as per the applicant, has been a cause of serious health hazard for the people of the area as the soil is getting contaminated due to leachate and the air pollution being caused by emission of foul smell.

CHENNAI: The Greater Chennai Corporation and CREDAI Chennai have signed a memorandum of understanding for the restoration of 10 water bodies.

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