At least six dengue cases have been reported in Delhi this year, four of which were in March, even though the vector-borne disease is usually reported between July and November, according to a muni

NEW DELHI: Even as India and China together accounted for over 50% of the total 5 million deaths globally from air pollution in 2017, both countries have initiated significant steps to address the

A quarter of the world's health facilities lack basic water services, impacting 2 billion people, the United Nations said on Wednesday, warning that unhygienic conditions could fuel the global rise

The life expectancy of children born today will be shortened by 20 months on average by breathing the toxic air that is widespread across the globe, with the greatest toll in south Asia, according

Over 1.2 million Indians died early due to exposure to unsafe air in 2017 reveals the State of Global Air 2019 released by the Health Effects Institute.  Air pollution is now the third-highest cause of death among all health risks, ranking just above smoking, in India.  

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Original Application No. 606/2018 Compliance of Municipal Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016 (State of West Bengal) dated 02/04/2019 regarding status of compliance of orders of the NGT on the subject of solid waste management and allied issues.

Some of the directions given by NGT are the following:

Top Asian finance ministers and central bankers are due to have a summit in northern Thailand this week, and they’ll need pollution masks if they want to avoid breathing toxic air.

Mzimba — Government says it has committed K400 million towards the fight against foot and mouth disease outbreak in Mzimba District.

This paper studies the impact of six main air pollutants on three key dimensions of subjective well-being (SWB) – life satisfaction, hedonic happiness and mental health. Match a nationally representative survey in China with local air quality and rich weather conditions according to the exact date and county of each interview.

From smog breaks to pollution bonuses, Asia's businesses are promising increasingly inventive perks in a desperate bid to lure executives to a region where toxic air engulfs major cities for much o

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