DEHRADUN: A dip in the Ganga may wash away your sins but the river's water is also likely to make you sick.

Jajmau, Unnao and Banther are the other big tannery hubs in Uttar Pradesh that

The National Green Tribunal has questioned the Uttar Pradesh government and its pollution control board over regulation of tanneries on the banks of river Ganga in Kanpur, asking how could they reg

The situation of air pollution is going from bad to worse in Haridwar as per the residents and medical experts both, especially in past one decade the holy city has registered escalated respiratory

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 19/10/2016 regarding Ganga pollution especially the area from Haridwar to Unnao. NGT in its Order expressed disappointment as none of the parties could inform NGT as to "how many drains carrying sewage, treated effluent, waste and domestic discharge or others join river Ganga or its main tributary i.e. East Kali, Kosi and Ram Ganga falling in Segment ‘B’ of Phase-I in terms of the Judgement of the Tribunal."

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 18/10/2016 regarding Ganga river pollution. The Uttar Pradesh State Government, Uttar Pradesh Jal Nigam, Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board and Central Pollution Control Board are directed to file a comprehensive map sketch mentioning all the drains and the rivers joining the river Ganga or its main tributaries in Segment – B which now will be from Haridwar City Border to Unnao in District Kanpur.

Haridwar: Ashrams in Haridwar are quite enthusiastic about the Union government's proposal to create 40,000 MW solar power capacity and to enlist the co-operation of religious institutions for this

In a meeting held on 6.9.2016 in the matter of Sh. Manoj Mishra Vs Union of India w.r.t to Yamuna pollution it was directed by the National Green Tribunal to CPCB to submit a report on Segment B Phase-I of river Ganga.

HARIDWAR: In view of several suspected cases of dengue being reported from various parts of the city, the administration has geared up for a multi-pronged attack on the disease to ward off its outb

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Park Prime Hotel Vs. State of Uttarakhand & Ors. dated 11/08/2016 regarding disposal of waste generated by Park Prime Hotel into river Ganga, Haridwar, Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand Pollution Control Board submits that the Hotel is now compliant and non-polluting. It has got its own STP and is located at a reasonable distance from river Ganga. In view of this NGT directs the seal of the Hotel to be removed.

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