Action taken report by the Uttarakhand Pollution Control Board (UKPCB) in Original Application No. 960 of 2019 in compliance to the NGT order of November 11, 2019 in the matter of Jodh Singh Vs State of Uttarakhand. The matter related to discharge of wastewater from a sugar mill (M/s R.B.N.S. Sugar Mill Ltd. and distillery unit) into agricultural land in Laksar, district Haridwar.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Gauri Maulekhi Vs Union of India & Others dated 30/07/2019 regarding illegal construction in Haridwar Forest Division in Shyampur Range. The area of Chandi Block, Shyampur Range, Shivalik Elephant Reserve and its adjoining Rajaji National Park and Tiger Reserve are wildlife habitats within 100 meters of river Ganga where large scale construction was going on in the said area without any clearance by the competent authorities under Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Gauri Maulekhi Vs Union of India & Others dated 14/02/2019 regarding unauthorized construction in the forest area at Haridwar. According to the applicant, such constructions adversely affect the environment adjoining Rajaji National Park, Shivalik Elephant Reserve, Tiger Reserve and wildlife habitats within the 100 meters of river Ganga.

Haridwar: After seers and local residents in Haridwar expressed outrage over sewage from as many as five drains flowing directly into the river Ganga, the authorities of Jal Sansthan and other agen

NEW DELHI: In a bid to actualise the dream of a "nirmal" and "aviral" Ganga, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said Sunday the government is looking to complete about 200 projects for ghats and cremator

The condition of river Ganga is critical and no new rejuvenation work has started along the stretch from Haridwar to Ganga Sagar under the four year rule of the present dispensation, noted water co

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 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.

Excessive riverbed mining in Haridwar has rendered the quality of groundwater “very poor” and unsuitable for drinking, according to researchers from Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya.

Haridwar: The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and the State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) has initiated scrutiny of 2,700 industrial units in Haridwar to determine whether they are followin

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