L. Renganathan

Industrial pollution-hit Karur farmers petition CM

Even wells have been rendered waste by effluents

Take steps to give compensation to affected persons

Call for including disaster management in curriculum

Earlier promises yet to be kept by TNPL, allege people

Cement plant to cost Rs. 78.11 crore

Effluents have destroyed fertile area: MLA

KARUR: Harness the excess water running down the Cauvery during times of flooding at the Panjapatti lake in Karur district so that hundreds of wells in the Krishnarayapuram taluk and surrounding areas could recharge easily, District Congress Committee has opined.

Storage level and flow into Mettur dam, a cause of concern

Listing dire needs: A section of participants at the farmers

KARUR: More than a week after the Deepavali, several industrial units and establishments in Karur are struggling to find their feet, stumbling under the weight of manpower shortage and employee attrition.

THE Madras High Court has ordered the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) to go through the report filed by the monitoring committee and submit a timeframe by which it intends to take action for lack of corrective measures by units or common effluent treatment plants located in Karur district.

CHENNAI: The Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) to go through a report by a monitoring committee and submit a timeframe by which it intended to take corrective measures with regard to dyeing units in three villages of Karur town.

KARUR: Farmers must consider means of value addition for their produce to make agriculture a more viable venture. Bamboo cultivation is one such endeavour that could be gainfully carried on by the farming community in suitable places, according to District Collector J. Uma Maheswari.

Mushrooming of dyeing units contributes to the high level of pollution

Legal cell demands setting up of an SC Bench in Chennai

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