UP Housing and Development Board has decided to make installation of sewer treatment plant and water-recycling project mandatory in all future housing projects on and above 2 acre land.

The National Green Tribunal on Monday reinforced a UP government order on the Ghaziabad Development Authority and Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation restraining the authorities from rampantly concreti

Delhi’s Human Development Report 2013 finds migrants to be better educated than before, more satisfied with their jobs

Migration to Delhi is falling, and the average migrant is better-off and better educated than before, Delhi’s Human Development Report 2013 has revealed. Closely tied to this is the changed nature of employment.

Delivering the final verdict of a case in which residents of Indirapuram were opposed to the construction of a 400KV substation adjacent to housing colonies, the National Green Tribunal has lifted

Ghaziabad and Allahabad have emerged as the two most air polluted cities in Uttar Pradesh in a recent survey by a research and advocacy organization.

A voluntary organization launched a protest here on Sunday against concretisation of areas around trees along streets and in residential areas, and claimed this would cause serious ecological imbal

Ghaziabad: An incredible 82 of the 123 ponds mentioned in Ghaziabad Development Authority’s Master Plan 2021 have vanished, according to activists.

Acting upon allegations that various state government officials have connived with the land mafia to help usurp large tracts of the floodplains of Yamuna and Hindon rivers and the failure of develo

Days after Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav announced a mega ‘impetus package’ of more than Rs 3,300 crore for the district, long daily power outages are back in Noida.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed the order of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) that directed closure of Rathi Steel and Power’s stainless steel plant at Ghaziabd for failing to take steps to prevent and control pollution.

A bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir while staying NGT’s order also issued a notice to the ministry of environment & forests, Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, Central Pollution Control Board and Rajiv Narayan, the complainant who alleged that rapid development of industries in Ghaziabad had resulted in acute air and water pollution.