The High Court had passed several orders to ensure strict implementation of the provisions of the Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000.
GURUGRAM: Villagers in Damdama have successfully partnered with district officials to prevent immersion of Ganesha idols in the eponymous lake this year.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud issued notice to the social activists on a plea of state government and stayed the September 1 order of h
NEW DELHI: The immersion of idols after Ganesh Chaturthi will reach a peak on Anant Chaturdashi on September 5, but with visarjan taking place at specific intervals during the 10 days of the festiv
The police said that total number of cases related to noise pollution stood at 35 cases in the north zone in August.
Advocate General A Kumbhakoni submitted an affidavit, stating that the state government was “withdrawing the allegations made against Justice Oka,” and that it was tendering an “unconditional apolo
Decibel levels on the first day of immersions found to be higher than last year's, say activists of Awaaz Foundation
With Ganesh Chaturthi beginning today, organisers will be able to play music in silence zones that spread in a 100-metre radius around hospitals, educational institutes and courts.
The lanes of Bindal, with stalls selling colourful Ganesha idols, have been buzzing with customers over the past few days.
Pune: A group of activists and citizens have signed a petition to chief minister Devendra Fadnavis to heed the Supreme Court judgments and restore the silence zones.
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