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The felling of Ashoka trees along a stretch on the Mall road last week has again raised concerns over the issue among various NGOs.
Unmindful of the repeated protests by a section of residents of various localities, the government has officially declared that the plant would come up at Bhagtanwala only.
A House panel today suggested a slew of measures to the Punjab government to curb increasing levels of air, water and noise pollution in Amritsar, even as it blamed industries and urban local bodie
The Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science & Technology, Environment & Forests under the Chairmanship of Shri Ashwani Kumar had decided to take up the issue of pollution levels of some of the Tier-II cities of the country.
In a race between 100 cities picked up from states and union territories across the country, only 20 will start their 'smart' journey this financial year.
Residents of Gali Badrao, Katra Moti Ram, inside the Lohgarh gate area are up in arms against the installation of a mobile telecommunication tower on the roof top of a residential complex.
Lone firm aspiring for the project fails to impress authorities with its technical know-how
Unmindful of the protests lodged by the residents of Bhagtanwala, the Municipal Corporation carried on with its exercise to pave way for the setting up of solid waste management plant today.
Though the district administration had promised to compensate for the loss of green cover that resulted due to the BRTS project, there has been no progress on the issue.
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