Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of the State of Tamil Nadu Vs the State of Karnataka & Others dated 14/12/2022.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of In re : News item published in the Newspaper named, DHNS, Mangaluru dated: 15th May, 2022, titled “Officials term discolouring of water in beaches as algal bloom” dated 18/11/2022.

Report of the Joint Committee appointed in compliance of the National Green Tribunal order, April 29, 2022 regarding flow of industrial effluents into Phalguni river resulting in fish kill.

A media report said that hundreds of fishes were found dead and floating in Phalguni (Gurupura) river, downstream of Maravooru vented dam, following the flow of industrial and domestic effluents into the river. The colour of the river has turned black due to the effluents released by the industries in Baikampady industrial area in Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of In re : News item published on 21.11.2021 in the Indian Express titled “Lakes of Bengaluru : Industrial effluents, raw sewage; stinky tale of Chandrapura lake” dated 10/10/2022.

The Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) has engaged RV College of Engineering, Bangalore to conduct an environmental audit of all the industries existing in the catchment area of Chandapura lake. The KSPCB has not accorded permission to any industry having captive effluent treatment plant to discharge its effluents into the common effluent treatment plant (CETP). Officers have been directed by the KSPCB to collect samples from the drains leading to Chandapura lake for the forensic analysis and trace pollutant studies.

Brief noted by Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) in Original Application No. 608 of 2022  (In re News item published in Bangalore Mirror dated 18.08.2022 titled Nightmare sewage plant chokes nearby residents).

The order of the Karnataka High Court in the matter of Somashekar Shankarappa Hurukadli Vs The State of Karnataka & Others.

Action plan on behalf of the Deputy Commissioner, Bangalore Urban District on pollution of Chandrapura lake.

Order of the Karnataka High Court regarding people engaged in the business of crackers and firework items plying business in the congested areas of Bangalore city.

The Director General of Police through an order, September 27, 2013 had prohibited those in the business of crackers and firework items from carrying on their business in the congested areas of Bengaluru city.

Order of the High Court of Karnataka in the matter of Registrar (Judicial Vs The Chief Secretary) dated 06/07/2022.

Amicus Curiae informed the court that approximately 4,54,238 children aged upto 3 years have not been enrolled to Anganawadi. Further, children between 4-6 years numbering 4,36,206 have not been enrolled to Anganawadi.

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