Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Vijay Anand Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh & Ors dated 16/10/2015 regarding setting up of a mobile tower on top of a house at Shriram Campus, Ayodhya Bye-pass Road, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh without any due permission and contrary to the guidelines of Department of Telecommunication (DoT).

BHOPAL: State's horticulture department is yet to finalize horticulture plan for different cities in the state including state capital Bhopal.

Just in time, ahead of copious monsoonal rains, weed harvester rolled into Upper Lake to cleanse waters of pollution and weed.

INDORE: Several popular packaged instant food items are failing the quality test, besides Maggi noodles by Nestle.

BHOPAL: Even going by official death toll, H1N1 outbreak has claimed over lives in the state capital, this year.

The Bhoj wetland, a Ramsar site has been found to be under huge pressure due to burgeoning human population in its catchment area. The present investigation spread across nine stations has revealed higher algal diversity (294 species) during the period of 2008-2009. The phytoplankton diversity belonging to six groups revealed 46% contribution of Chlorophyceae followed by Bacillariophyceae (28%), Cyanophyceae (15%), Euglenophyceae (9%), while Pyrophyceae and Chrysophyceae contributed 1% each, respectively. Closterium sp., Cosmarium sp., Pediastrum sp., Scenedesmus sp., Staurastrum sp.

Bhopal gas leak victims, demanded immediate scientific assessment of environmental pollution caused by the tragedy three decades back on Sunday.

For years Union Carb-ide had been dumping chemicals and wastes around the factory sites and these have leaked into the soil and contaminated the drinking water.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Dr. Subhash C. Pandey & Others Vs. State of MP & Others dated 27/11/2014 regarding construction activities on the river bank of Kaliasote.

Biomass burning ia a major contributor to the atmospheric carbon budget and increases the concentration of many trace gases apart from the adverse effects on soil properties. However, in manyy parts of India, crop residue burning is a recurrent and widespread practice for disposal of the residues after harvest of the previous crop to facilitate sowing of the succeeding crop. The residue burning on a larger scale also leads to severe atmospheric pollution.

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