The National Green Tribunal has directed the Haryana government to restore 123 water bodies in Gurugram and Faridabad districts and assign each one of them a unique identification number within thr

Violating PPCB regulations, emitting black smoke much above the permissible limit

The Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) has started the process to close two brick kilns in Faridkot.

Bathinda: Concerned over the change of colour of water in the Rajasthan canal and Sirhind feeder, which has put the ecology in danger, social activists and public representatives have joined hands

The recent rain and strong winds in the district are giving anxious moments to farmers as the standing wheat crop has flattened at several places.

Farmers and members of some voluntary organisations today staged a dharna in front of the mini-secretariat in Faridkot against the menace of stray animals.

Many Dealers Held For Selling Fake Pesticide

The state-level environment impact assessment authority of the Ministry of Environment and Forests has recommended its expert appraisal committee to grant environmental clearance to the Municipal C

Even though Rajasthan Chief Minister has written to CM Parkash Singh Badal to check the discharge of industrial waste in Gung and Indira Gandhi Canal, industrial units continue to dump the waste in

A study conducted by Greenpeace India, a voluntary organisation working on environmental issues, has reported an alarming rise in the concentration of harmful nitrates in drinking water in Malwa.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Noida Lok Manch Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 06/02/2014 regarding illegal mining going on in the State of Uttar Pradesh. NGT also asks the "Deputy Commissioner and
the Superintendent of Police of Districts Faridabad and Gautam Budh Nagar shall remain present before the Tribunal and shall furnish complete details of the 23 dumpers which were involved in the illegal mining in these

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