Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Sunaina Singh Vs. Rama Shyama Paper Pvt. Ltd. & Ors. dated 07/05/2015 regarding pollution caused by M/s Rama Shyama Paper Pvt. Ltd., Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh.

The Tribunal in its order noted that "tt is evident from the results that unit is not meeting with the stipulated norms of effluent discharge with respect of parameters SS and BOD. Thus poses serious pollution problem in Nakatia Nalla as well as River Ramganga, a tributary of River Ganga."

Days after a report by experts from different government agencies blamed a handful of Uttar Pradesh cities, including Moradabad and Bareilly, for pollution in Ganga, the national green tribunal (NG

The scale of damage to crops due to unseasonal rain since March in the district can be gauged by the assessment report compiled by revenue officials.

BAREILLY: Even as data is being compiled on malnutrition and severe acute malnutrition cases in the district, deaths due to malnourishment are not being taken into account by the district authoriti

BAREILLY: A recent survey by the Jal Nigam has found high levels of arsenic in ground water in 19 villages in Bareilly district.

Central Pollution Control Board will in April install an automatic air monitoring system in Bareilly that will measure pollution levels in Badaun, Pilibhit, Moradabad, Shahjahanpur, Haldwani, Ranik

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Jyoti Mishra & Ors Vs MoEF & Ors, And Rayons-Enlightening Humanity & Anr Vs MoEF & Ors, AndInvertis University Vs. Union of India & Ors dated 05/08/2013 regarding dumping of the Municipal Solid
Waste at the National Highway -24 from Bareilly to Lucknow.

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.

The mercury remained at sub-zero levels in at least five districts of Uttar Pradesh claiming 16 more lives over the past 24 hours taking the death toll due to the bitter cold to 249.

According to reports from the metrological office, Gorakhpur and Ghazipur clocked -1°C and remained the coldest places in the state followed by Lucknow at -0.7°C.

Twenty-nine people succumbed to the intense cold wave in North India on Tuesday as temperatures dropped to sub-zero levels at many places in the region.

Delhiites froze under chilly winds and the biting cold with the minimum temperature plunging to 3.3 degrees Celsius. Though Tuesday’s minimum was up by almost a degree from the previous day, icy winds forced many people to stay indoors during morning hours. Tuesday’s minimum was four degrees below normal level at this time of the season, said the weatherman. The maximum temperature was 15.5.