A farmer from Hitapur village in Ludhiana district of Punjab has evolved a system of resourcefully utilising all his farm waste

the only tiger safari park in north India, set up in Ludhiana in 1993 is facing paucity of funds. Officials are awaiting a grant of Rs 10 lakhs to meet expenses. "We are being able to provide

The Environment Ministry has lifted its January-2010 moratorium on environmental clearance for new projects and expansion in eight critically polluted areas, including Ludhiana in Punjab.

Based on recommendations received from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the moratorium has been lifted in Ludhiana (Punjab), Varanasi-Mirzapur (UP), Agra (UP), Bhavnagar (Gujarat), Cuddalore (Tamil

Offers 50 pc subsidy to domestic users

Ludhiana : The Centre has asked the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) to switch over the Parliament House on solar energy for which the surveys have already been conducted.

The Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) has initiated strict action against half a dozen dyeing industrial units in Ludhiana, which are violating pollution control norms by burning municipal solid waste (MSW) and other unauthorised fuels. PPCB Member Secretary Dr Babu Ram said that on a tip-off, the team of PPCB officers conducted surprise checks of dyeing units situated along the Tajpur Road .

The pollution level in 10 major industrial hubs in the country, including Ludhiana in Punjab, Ghaziabad and Singrauli in Uttar Pradesh and Bhiwadi in Rajasthan, have reached a

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NEW DELHI: Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh on Thursday recommended a moratorium on new units at 43 highly polluted industrial areas in the country.

Ludhiana: An exercising cycle that can produce power has become an huge attraction at the ongoing International Trade Fair in Delhi these days.

Ludhiana: Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has included names of four members from the industry in the high-level committee constituted for fixing norms at inlet and outlet of common effluent treatment plants to be set up in Ludhiana.

As implausible as it sounds, cattle poop can generate the electric power to light up thousands of households in Punjab, which has a livestock population of five and a half million buffalos and 1.2 million cows.