Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Amarshakti Vs State of Bihar & Others dated 14/02/2019 regarding illegal sand mining in rivers Sone and Ganga at Koelnar and Patna in Bihar. The illegal mining was resulting in affecting the flow of the rivers.

PATNA: Even as the environmentalists world over have been emphasizing upon the need of conserving water resources for meeting the growing demand, more than 70% water bodies in Bihar have surprising

PATNA: The state transport department has put up stickers on city buses, cars and autorickshaws to create awareness about its monthlong no honking drive — ‘Zara Sochein’.

PATNA: The state government will start a special land survey in the state from the 2019-20 fiscal for which 31,290 persons will be deployed on honorarium basis of payment under contractual terms, r

PATNA: State health minister Mangal Pandey will inaugurate measles-rubella vaccination campaign at Gardanibagh Girls High school on Tuesday.

PATNA: No case of humans getting infected with the bird flu virus has been detected in Bihar so far, a senior state government official said.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Hariram Singh & Others Vs State of Bihar dated 14/01/2019 regarding old model vehicles being converted to new model vehicles by giving Nagaland numbers with the connivance of Bharat Petroleum Company Limited (BPCL) and Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) and Transport Department Officers at Muzaffarpur, Bihar for transportation of clinker (dust of coal) causing lot of pollution.

According to Jaideep Mukherji, CEO, Smart Power India, there has been a lot of progress in Bihar both in terms of connection and hours of electricity supply to households

Patna: The New Year has brought even more toxic air for the residents of the state capital as the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Patna was recorded the highest in the country on the second consecutive

PATNA: The Bihar State Pollution Control Board (BSPCB) has issued ‘proposed closure direction’ to 395 medical establishments in seven districts across the state for violating the norms of scientifi

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