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The eighth edition of Times Green Ganesha campaign began with a function at Lala Lajpatrai College in Mahalaxmi, in Mumbai.

The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) will for the first time keep a watch on the noise levels at major junctions in the city on the first day of the Ganapati festival that begins on Frida

NAGPUR: A group of socio-legal advocates of the state has issued legal notice to all regional offices of Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) regarding monitoring and vigilance and maintainin

One need not put up with unbearably high noise during the upcoming Ganeshotsav or for that matter any religious festival.

With just a few days to go for the Ganesh festival, many citizens are not planning to have eco-friendly idols but also opting for plastic-free decorations.

Every year over 500 idols of Lord Ganesh in and around Jajpur district are immersed in the rivers and streams after the Puja is over.

Aim is to check pollution by promoting use of clay idols

Thane: Around 80 people, aged between 5 and 77 years, are learning to make their own eco-friendly Ganesh idols out of clay at a workshop organized by Thane's Visual Art Academy with the help of NGO

In its bid to promote environment-friendly Ganesha idols, the Telangana Pollution Control Board will install clay Ganesha models across Telangana region.

To preserve water and environment from getting polluted due to immersion of idols during festive season, district administration has decided to put blanket ban on idols of plaster of Paris (POP) an