AGRA: The National Green Tribunal on Monday directed four five-star hotels of Agra to get approval from the Central Ground Water Authority to extract groundwater and submit a report within two week

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Uma Shankar Patwa & Anr. Vs. Union of India & Others dated 23/01/2016 regarding illegal constructions on flood plain and river bed of Yamuna, Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

National Green Tribunal directs the Respondents (Central Water Commission, State of Uttar Pradesh & Others) to:

1. Complete the flood plain delineation with reference to 2010 floods of River Yamuna at Agra

AGRA: SN Medical College sees a large number of patients, especially the elderly, who complain of noise-induced hearing loss due to increasing noise pollution in the city.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Uma Shankar Patwa & Others Vs. Union of India & Others (Earlier titled as D.K. Joshi Vs. Union of India & Ors.) dated 30/11/2016 regarding illegal constructions on flood plain and river bed of Yamuna, Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

AGRA: In a letter to Union environment ministry's secretary, Agra entrepreneurs wrote that the industries are wrongly being blamed for causing pollution in the city, while the factors like road dus

AGRA: In an attempt to prevent lapses in the disposal of medical waste in Sarojini Naidu Medical College (SNMC), officials have decided to introduce centralize collection of medical waste and also

Agra: The Archaeological Survey of India’s (ASI) has initiated a fresh study to find out the effects of air pollution on the Taj Mahal.

Agra: As devotees bid farewelll to their Gods on Vijaydashmi, water bodies in Agra were left in a mess.

The Taj Mahal—an iconic World Heritage monument built of white marble—has become discolored with time, due, in part, to high levels of particulate matter (PM) soiling its surface. Such discoloration has required extensive and costly treatment and despite previous interventions to reduce pollution in its vicinity, the haze and darkening persists.

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AGRA: A recent study by experts from University of Massachusetts, IIT-Bombay and Desert Research Institute in the US points out that the amount of air pollution exposure data available in India is

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