The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) has decided to move the High Court (HC) over discharge of industrial waste and high level of pollutants into Yamuna river in Haryana affecting the river’s raw water qualit

DHAKA – The High Court (HC) today directed authorities concerned to conduct mobile court raids to take legal action against those who are causing air pollution in the capital.

The High Court on January 22 had made it clear to the Delhi government that the risks of administering measles and rubella vaccine have to be indicated in its advertisements if the drive has to be

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s. DLF Ltd. Bangalore Vs The Chairman, KSPCB & Others dated 25/01/2019 regarding grant of consent to establish to DLF for a housing colony on the banks of Arkavati River near Tippagondanahalli Water Reservoir, Bangalore, Karnataka.

NGO seeks steps to stop manufacturing, storage, import, sale or transport of polythene or plastic carry bags

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Samaj Parivartana Samudaya & Others Vs State of Karnataka & Others dated 24/01/2019. The issue in these applications is whether the leased areas of the lessees in question fall within the Revenue land or Forest land. The High Court of Karnataka in its order dated 16/11/2018 sets aside the notifications under the Karnataka Forest Act, 1963, dated 4.8.1994 and 4.9.2014 which according to the State of Karnataka go in support of the claim of the lessees to allow them to commence mining in the leased areas.

The court was hearing four petitions, which alleged that electro-magnetic radiation, generated by mobile towers, adversely affect the health and well being of humans and other living beings.

NEW DELHI: Delhi high court on Tuesday made it clear that the AAP government has to publicise pros and cons, including the risks of administering measles and rubella (MR) vaccine to schoolchildren.

The sterlite plant was put under lock on May 28, 2018, when the state government had ordered the TNPCB to seal and "permanently" close the plant in the wake of violent protests over pollution conce

The Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institutions (BSTI) on Monday informed the High Court that bottled drinking water of five brands were substandard.

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