It was in 2014 that the Namami Gange project was launched in Uttarakhand but four years down the line the project continues to be sluggish and is expected to miss the completion deadline of March 2
The report summarises water quality of the river during four rounds of biological testing in the Uttarakhand stretch, and reveals that at the Haridwar barrage biological water quality improves from slight pollution to clean.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Uttarakhand Government to submit within four weeks a percentage-wise compliance report on steps taken by it to clean the Ganga in the stretch betw
The Rs. 3,000 crore project is almost complete except for a stretch of five kilometres that has 234 trees as green barriers.
The work on tapping nullahs so that they do not flow into the Ganga continues to be carried in only on paper and in a slipshod manner in Haridwar.
The National Green Tribunal today rapped the National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) for not filing a compliance report on the steps taken by the Centre and the UP and Uttarakhand governments to cl
NEW DELHI: Despite staring at a huge gap between sanctioned and completed projects, the Union water resources minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday claimed that the result of Ganga cleaning works woul
NEW DELHI: Ensuring uninterrupted flow - 'Aviral Dhara’ - of the river Ganga, the Centre has decided not to approve any new hydro-power project on the river.
NEW DELHI: Number of Indus river dolphin may be negligible in India, but the first ever organised survey of this endangered aquatic species in the river Beas in Punjab last week gave a sign of “bre
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