Ghaziabad and Allahabad have emerged as the two most air polluted cities in Uttar Pradesh in a recent survey by a research and advocacy organization.

AGRA: Agra district authorities have ordered the closure of an engineering college near a bird sanctuary for violating environmental laws, an official said on Thursday.

District magistrate Zuher-Bin-Sagir asked the wildlife department to seal Anand Engineering College, on the periphery of eco-sensitive Soor Sarovar Bird Sanctuary on the Delhi-Agra highway, 20 km from here, an official said.

Even as the Rs 15,000-crore transmission project continues to remain embroiled in a controversy over change of conductors, the UP Transmission Corporation Limited (UPTCL) is all set to embark on ye

510 Hectare Acquired By State Govt For Township

Lucknow: Just when the Centre gears up to clear the way for the long-pending land acquisition bill, a group of farmers from five villages near Agra havestarted a protest march to Lucknow seeking return of their land acquired by the state government for a township tobedevelopedby theJaypee Group. The agitation comes close on the heels of resentment brewing amongst farmers in Bhatta Parsaul which saw a raging protest by farmers who have not only been demanding return of their land but also release of their leaders who were put behind the bars by the then BSP government.

60 cities found to generate staggering 3,501 tonnes a day

The Supreme Court Wednesday described the "frightening" quantity of undisposed and ubiquitously strewn plastic waste as a "time bomb," while expressing deep concerns if municipal authorities across

We are sitting on a plastic time bomb,” the Supreme Court said on Wednesday after the Central Pollution Control

Observing that amount of plastic waste in the country has become “frightening”, the Supreme Court today issued notices to municipal commissioners of Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Agra, Jaipur and Fari

Urbanisation, Insecticides Pushing Winged Creatures Towards Extinction

Lucknow: Many bird species once sighted commonly across Uttar Pradesh are now vanishing. The reasons could be many and diverse, but technology appears to be the biggest factor behind this threat looming over the feathered friends of man. First mynahs faced the extinction threat, then sparrows and vultures followed. And now, the existence of graceful peacock is also threatened due to various factors.

Letter to Central Empowered Committee from D. K. Joshi (Member, Monitoring Committee, constituted by Supreme Court of India) on the issue of an educational institution, Anand Engineering College belonging to Sharada Group of Institutions operating within the Soor Sarovar Bird Sanctuary, Agra.

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