HARIDWAR: Apprehending a fresh cracking of the whip by the National Green Tribunal (NGT), Haridwar Municipal Corporation (HMC) is making renewed efforts to implement the ban on plastic and polythen

DEHARDUN: Lakhs of Kanwarias -- the Uttrakhand government gave the figure of 3.19 crore -- who visited Haridwar in the last fortnight have left the city at the ghats of the Ganga to deal with a sta

HARIDWAR: Implementing the ban on use of plastic in the twin cities of Haridwar and Rishikesh is proving to an uphill task for the civic authorities.

HARIDWAR: The National Green Tribunal on Thursday imposed a complete ban on plastic bags in the pilgrimage towns of Haridwar and Rishikesh and fixed a penalty of Rs 5,000 on anyone found violating

The National Green Tribunal on Thursday imposed a complete ban on plastic bags in the pilgrimage towns of Haridwar and Rishikesh, slamming the authorities for lackadaisical attitude in keeping the

हरिद्वार। नेशनल ग्रीन ट्रिब्यूनल (एनजीटी) ने हरिद्वार में पॉलीथिन के प्रयोग पर प्रतिबंध लगा दिया है। अब पॉलीथिन के प्रयोग करने पर पांच हजार रुपये जुर्माना लगेगा। गुरुवार को एनजीटी ने लोकल कमिश्नर क

Residents of the pilgrim city fear outbreak of diseases as heaps of garbage, plastic material and filth can be seen on almost all major roads, colonies and intersections.

Students of Sanskrit from various educational institutes in Haridwar have started a mission to clean the Ganga so that its sanctity is maintained.

After a series of review meetings, the government has found the performance of these companies to be ‘not satisfactory’

The solid waste management (SWM) projects in Uttarakhand under the public private partnership (PPP) are not yielding satisfactory results despite a series of review meetings by top government officials. Under the Rs 50 crore Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) scheme, the government awarded contracts to private companies for picking up wastes from thethree cities of Dehradun, Haridwar and Nainital. All the projects have been delayed considerably.

The Union Government on Thursday signed an agreement for a $100-million loan with Asian Development Bank (ADB) as the second tranche of Uttarakhand’s urban sector development investment programme.

According to an official release here, the loan assistance will support rehabilitation and expansion of basic urban infrastructure in five major urban towns of the State and ensure sustainable municipal service delivery.