Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sushil Raghav Vs Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change & Others dated 20/09/2016 regarding illegal constructions in Hindon bird sanctuary as also encroachments over the ponds and other water bodies, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh.

A large number of industries in Ghaziabad are extracting groundwater through borewells installed in their premises, causing depletion of the water table, the National Green Tribunal was informed to

Work on installing an online automatic ambient air quality monitoring system in the city will begin shortly.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has ordered inspection of over 200 industries in Ghaziabad to check if borewells are installed on their premises.

The directions came on a plea by Ghaziabad resident and NGO seeking closure of all industrial units extracting groundwater illegally in the notified area of Ghaziabad and Hapur.

In the wake of first dengue death in neighboring Delhi, the Ghaziabad administration has begun taking precautionary measures to contain the outbreak.

GHAZIABAD: The National Green Tribunal has stayed work on elevated road in the area falling within 'bird sanctuary' land.

Meerut: Observing that the state government has failed to provide potable water to villages in six Uttar Pradesh districts where groundwater is contaminated with toxic elements -- Ghaziabad, Baghp

Ghaziabad: The Allahabad high court has given the district magistrate and the pollution board chief time till August 3 to act on pollution in Ghaziabad, failing which their salaries will be withhel

Irked over indiscriminate dumping and burning of municipal solid waste in Ghaziabad, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has issued show cause notices to the District Magistrate and two other senior