Total heterotropic plate count (HPC), fecal coliform (FC), Escherichia coli (EC), Salmonella and Shigella were estimated in water samples collected from 21 bore wells and 15 hand pumps in and around Kanpur district, during early and post monsoon which revealed the unsanitary condition of water sources.

This study estimates the monetary benefits to individuals from health damages avoided as a result on reductions in air pollution in the urban industrial city of Kanpur in India. A notable feature of this study is that it uses data from weekly health-diaries collected from three seasons. For measuring monetary benefits, the study considers two major components of health cost--the loss in wages due to workdays lost and the expenditure incurred on mitigating activities.

Kanpur s residents breathe polluted air and drink water of dismal quality, but do nothing

Kanpur will have a Rs 412.44 crore Ganga drain by 2031

...In Kanpur s Jajmau area, chromium enters food chain. How spent is the Ganga Action Plan?

100 per cent accurate computer algorithm to identify prime numbers

Guarded optimism greets new biomedical waste treatment facility near Kanpur

Clearing the Ganga, is their mission even if it means fishing out scores of bodies from the river

The US recognises an Ayurvedic treatment that can help combat AIDS