French Ambassdor to India Alexandre Ziegler today inaugurated a 5 MW solar plant at Maheshwari village near Bhagwanpur in Haridwar district.

In a significant order seeking a fundamental change in strategy in cleaning the river Ganga, the National Green Tribunal on Thursday directed that 100 meters from the edge of Ganga between Haridwar

DEHRADUN: Nine-year-old Ridhima Pandey from Haridwar who moved the National Green Tribunal (NGT) alleging inaction by the Centre to tackle the adverse impact of climate change has been invited to p

RISHIKESH: In a first of its kind initiative, 'green' crematoriums are planned to be built in villages along the Ganga (which have been branded as Ganga grams under the Namami Gange project).

HARIDWAR: Haridwar seers don't favour a total ban on mining in the Ganga, even as Swami Shivanand of Matri Sadan ashram is holding an indefinite fast and many environmentalists arguing that there i

HARIDWAR: High drama was witnessed on Sunday at the Matri Sadan ashram whose chief seer Swami Shivanand, had been on fast since May 24 against resumption of mining in the Ganga.

HARIDWAR: After a hiatus of about five years following the banning of mining in the Ganga by the Uttarakhand high court and the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Haridwar (rural) MLA Yatishwa

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Suleman Rana Vs. Municipal Council of Manglaur & Others dated 11/04/2017 regarding closure of slaughter house, Manglaur, Haridwar district, Uttarakhand. Counsel appearing for Municipal Council of Manglaur submits that the slaughter house being run by the Council has already been shut. The Competent Authority has also granted approval for construction of new slaughter house outside the township.

प्रदूषण नियंत्रण बोर्ड नौ मुख्य स्थानों से गंगा जल के सैंपल लेकर उनकी शुद्धता जांचता था। ऋषिकेश में दो व हरिद्वार में एक और स्थान से गंगा में बहाए जा रहे पानी की शुद्धता जांचेगा।

Climate variability and changes are the emerging challenges for Indian agriculture with the growing population to ensure national food security. A study was conducted to assess the Climatic Change effects in medium to low altitude areas of the Himalayan region causing changes in land use and cereal crop productivity with the various climatic parameters. The rainfall and temperature changes from 1951 to 2013 were studied at four locations of varying altitudes, namely Hardwar, Rudra Prayag, Uttar Kashi and Tehri Garwal.

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