Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Shah Alam Vs State of Uttar Pradesh dated 25/03/2019 regarding air pollution being caused by M/s Jublient Industries Ltd., Gajraula, Amroha. The industry has also dug a tubewell. Discharge of chemicals and emission of gas are affecting the health of the inhabitants of the village.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Adil Ansari Vs M/s. C. L. Gupta Exports Pvt. Ltd. & Others dated 08/03/2019. Prayer in this application is to stop illegal drawal of ground water and to stop discharging of hazardous effluent waste into the river Ramganga. A metal factory located in village Jivai, Jyotibaphule Nagar, Amroha District, Uttar Pradesh.

Every day, rivers streams and their tributaries passing through cities are receiving large amount of contaminants released from different point and nonpoint sources and have become important sink for unused waste load. Water is indispensable to life on earth. It is a precious gift of nature which is essential for the survival of plants, animals and human beings. Present investigations were carried out on the limnological aspects of Bagad river of U.P. Many of the parameters were found below the permissible limits for drinking water as suggested by WHO.

Bijnor: The Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) has asked 31 factories in Bijnor and Amroha districts to stop discharging the industry waste into the tributaries of the Ganga River ahead

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Chander Mohan Uppal Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 02/09/2016 regarding illegal sand mining at Garhmukeshwar on the Banks of River Ganga in District Amroha, Uttar Pradesh.

Amroha: Pollution Control Board (PCB) on Tuesday issued notices to six factories in Amroha district for allegedly polluting river Bagad, a tributary of the Ganga.

Bijnor: The National Green Tribunal has set off alarm bells for industrialists discharging dirty water and waste into tributaries and nullahs, flowing through Bijnor and Amroha district.

Even as rivers continued to rise in the state, flooding more low-lying villages in various districts of the state, affecting over 20,000 people, state government stepped up relief operation and rel

LUCKNOW: Urban development minister Azam Khan on Friday announced construction of 4,000 houses for urban poor under the 'Aasra' scheme at the cost of Rs 100 crore in the current budget session. Surprisingly, the announced scheme closely resembles an ambitious scheme in the name of former chief minister Mayawati's mentor, Kanshiram. The scheme has recently been infused with a fresh dose of funds of over Rs 100 crore to get it completed by the end of present financial year.

LUCKNOW: Moderate to heavy rain on Tuesday improved the rainfall situation in the east UP, but the threat of drought looms large over the western parts of the state.