State to HC: Centre amended Noise Pollution Rules 2000.

MUMBAI: Seventeen years after Noise Pollution Rules came into force, the Centre last week made changes to the law, putting a question mark over the fate of silence zones across the country.

At least a dozen pollutant industries in Bengal have been ignoring closure orders from the Central Pollution Control Board, The Telegraph has found while following up on the apex agency's reprimand

Odisha government today said its expects about Rs 20,000 crore penalty collection from mines owners who indulged in illegal mining and violated several laws including environmental clearance, fores

The government on Tuesday told the Lok Sabha that the exposure to chemicals used in textile dyeing units can affect human health and the civic authorities would take action against any such industr

DEHRADUN: Responding to a query raised by Haridwar MP and former Uttarakhand chief minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank in the Lok Sabha on Thursday regarding the steps taken by the central government

Mining companies in Odisha that were operating without environmental clearances were ordered to pay 100 per cent penalty on the price of illegally extracted iron and manganese ores with effect from

Ahead of the festival season in the city, the Azad Maidan police have started issuing pamphlets to Mandals and citizens in residential societies to curb noise pollution before and during festivals.

2,000 buses challaned in past 10 days, illegal horns removed

Nagpur: The city police have issued notices to owners of DJ system and Ganesh mandals warning them against playing loud music, particularly on the roads, blocking carriageways.

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