The National Green Tribunal has directed the Uttar Pradesh government and its state pollution control board to apprise the public about pending proceedings as it may order shifting of polluting ind

The statement of the Cabinet minister Dinesh Agarwal on resumption of quarrying in the rivers of Haridwar has elicited a mixed reaction, leading to a wave of cheers among the miners and stone-crush

Effluents from the factory at Divya Pharmacy, belonging to yoga Guru Ramdev, at the Indira industrial estate in Haridwar city, continue to flow directly into the Ganga, near Rishikul.

Multivariate statistical techniques, such as cluster analysis and principal component analysis (PCA), were applied for evaluation of spatial variations and interpretation of large complex water quality data set of the Ganga river basin, generated during one year (2013-2014) monitoring of eight water parameters at seven different sites. Hierarchical cluster analysis grouped seven sampling sites into three clusters, i.e., relatively low polluted (LP), medium polluted (MP) and highly polluted (HP) sites based on the similarity of water quality characteristics.

The tribunal has asked the State government about proliferation of unauthorised industries

"Deeply unsatisfied" at the manner in which the National Green Tribunal's (NGT) order to enforce a plastic ban near the Ganga in Haridwar was being implemented, NGT chairman Swantanter Kumar on Wed

HARIDWAR: Taking a stern view of the non-implementation of the plastic ban order by the Haridwar district administration, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) during a hearing on Tuesday told the admi

In a bid to ensure that Ganga ghats are clean, the Haridwar municipal corporation, which had been rapped sometime back for not implementing the NGT-enforced plastic ban near the river, is now ropin

Activists of the Maa Ganga Aahwan Akhada have urged National Green Tribunal (NGT) local Commissioner S Jaidi to take stringent action against those violating its order regarding ban on polythene ba

HARIDWAR: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) saw heated arguments at its hearing convened on Tuesday in New Delhi pertaining to the ban on the use of plastic and polythene in Haridwar, which was ope