HYDERABAD: Pollution levels in Hussainsagar have increased due to immersion of thousands of idols during the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, according to a report released on Saturday by the Telanga
HYDERABAD: The historic Neknampur lake will soon become more polluted with local authorities planning to divert municipal sewage to the water body constructed about 450 years ago.
Hyderabad: Could Hussainsagar Lake, the pride of Hyderabad, do with an overhaul? Or to put it nicely, a makeover? The architects in the city along with many residents, certainly feel so.
Hussainsagar is polluted. And nothing is being done about it.
HYDERABAD: Three weeks after removing thousands of Ganesh idols from the Hussainsagar, authorities are now struggling to clear over 3,000 Durga idols immersed in the iconic lake.
With the delinking of Kukatpally nala from Hussainsagar, the Telangana State Pollution Control Board (TSCPB) has initiated steps to bring down the pollution level in the lake.
Noted Supreme Court lawyer and Raman Magsaysay Award winner M.C.
HYDERABAD: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) team will visit Hussainsagar and investigate the contentious dewatering programme on August 21 and 22.
The city's green brigade continued its desperate attempts to save the iconic Hussainsagar on Wednesday by submitting a fresh Special Leave Petition (SLP) with the National Green Tribunal (NGT), Sou
The waste material dredged out from Hussainsagar and dumped at the abandoned stone quarries in Gajularamaram have been found to be toxic and a serious health hazard.
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