According to noise pollution norms, in any residential premises, the noise level should not exceed 55 dB during the day

GURUGRAM: Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) has penalised 46 private developers and collected fines of over Rs 99 lakh in the last one year for violating dust pollution norms, states an

Alarmed at the rising air pollution in eight towns and cities of the Northeast, including five in Assam, the Central Pollution control Board of India (CPCB) has asked all stakeholders for adopting

Panaji: While disposing the suo motu petition on the air pollution at Sonshi, the high court of Bombay at Goa directed the state government to ensure that all measures recommended by the Indian Sch

The petitioner also wants MMRCL to pay compensation of Rs 10,000 per day for hardships caused by the construction activity

NEW DELHI: After a forceful intervention from National Green Tribunal (NGT), the north and south corporations have started a crackdown on polluting sites, especially construction sites and industri

Mumbai: India's top builders have pledged to make at least a fifth of their new housing developments sustainable by 2022, as the country looks to tap sectors other than renewable energy to meet its

CHENNAI: Disregarding the Madras High Court order, Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) seems to have kept its backdoor open for erring builders to get post-facto

A bill allowing construction within 100 metres of ancient and protected monuments was passed in the Lok Sabha on 2nd January, 2018.

GURUGRAM: Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) has collected a penalty of Rs 1.5 crore from developers operating in NCR cities of Haryana for violating construction and dust pollution norm

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