Nagpur: Activist and advocate Ankita Shah has lodged a complaint with commissioner of police K Venkatesham demanding action against Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) for holding One-Day Internatio

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said it was yet to take a decision on slashing fares temporarily, while municipal bodies argued their standing committees will have to clear the decision on

The Supreme Court has rejected a plea to stay operation of the Karnataka government's decision to ban manufacture, supply, sale and use of plastic carry bags and other products.

Joining hands to embrace the change, the blanket ban call on ploythene bags which had created much hue and cry in the past is slowly gathering acceptance by the residents of the capital city all.

The Centre has proposed to fix emission standards for 21 industries, including sugar and leather, using cheap but highly polluting fuel petcoke.

Terming it as a "completely disgusting state of affairs", the top court asked the Ministry why the standards were not finalised despite its earlier direction that it should be done on or before Jun

The bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta also fined the MoEF Rs 2 lakh for delay in drawing up pollution emission standards for industries using pet coke and furnace oil in NCR.

Panaji: The St Anthony Tenants and Mundkar Association (SATMA) of Tiracol has come out strongly against the environmental clearance granted to the 18-hole golf course and ecotourism resort project

NEW DELHI: A report submitted in the Supreme Court last week by Harish Salve, the amicus curiae in air pollution matters, highlighted how the Union environment ministry's stand on various measures

Nagpur: All the firecrackers which will be sold in the city this Diwali are within the permissible sound limit, while Atom Bomb was found to be the noisiest.

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