Water samples collected by the Goa state pollution control board (GSPCB) across the state, before and after Ganesh immersion, have indicated that there is no water pollution in rivers and water bod
Where on one hand the whole country is promoting eco-friendly puja pandals and statues, in Ranchi not many puja organising committees are interested in being environment friendly this year.
At 4 pm on Monday and at 8 am on Tuesday, sound levels from festivities, as the city bid adieu to their favourite deity during the immersion procession (visarjan) crossed permissible limits, though
Panaji: Goa's Ganesh celebrations have turned eco-friendly, as the use of Plaster of Paris (PoP) in the making of a Ganesh idol has shown a drastic decline from 35% a few years ago, to 0.67% this f
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The Pollution Control Board in the district has sent samples of water in the Cauvery and Bhavani rivers following immersion of Lord Ganesha idols earlier this week in connection with the Chathurthi
First Day Of Immersion Was Louder Than '13
After the Allahabad high court's ban on immersing idols in the Yamuna to save it from pollution, the Agra district administration is ensuring that the orders are strictly implemented and temporary
College students have been busy pandal-hopping, measuring noise levels.
For the first time, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB), which monitors noise levels in the city during the Ganesh festival every year, measured levels for 24 hours on the first day of t
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