Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Yuva Mandal Sansthan Mithdiya Vs State of Punjab & Other dated 14/07/2021.

The applicant (Yuva Mandal Sansthan Mithdiya) requested that directions be issued to Punjab and Rajasthan to curb the inflow of industrial waste and sewage water into the Sutluj and Beas river and Rajasthan Feeder Canal and take appropriate steps to check, manage and control the noxious and hazardous effluents being thrown into water resources.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Council of Engineers & Others Vs Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs dated 01/06/2021. Prayer in the application was for restitution of green area of a public park (Mini Rose Garden) situated at Kidwai Nagar, near Industrial Area, Ludhiana and for injunction against commercialization and concretization of the park under the Smart City Mission.

Committee report in compliance to the National Green Tribunal order in the matter of Gurinderpreet Singh & Others Vs State of Punjab & Others regarding illegal garbage dumping near Bhai Chattar Singh park, Model Town, Ludhiana.

Report of the Monitoring Committee constituted by the National Green Tribunal order in O.A. No. 916 of 2018 in the matter of Sobha Singh & Others Vs State of Punjab & Others in the matter of compliance of Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016 and O.A. No. 465 of 2019 in the matter of Kulwinder Singh Sandhu & Others Vs Ram Muruti & Others.

The efforts of various non-governmental organisations for getting the garbage dump near ancient Bhadarkali Mandir of Jagraon shifted yielded fruit when the Punjab and Haryana High Court directed th

The Chamber of Industrial and Commercial Undertaking (CICU) held its first environment improvement committee (Green manufacturing) meeting to discuss various issues related to controlling pollution

The office-bearers and activists of various units associated with the Rotary District 3090 will launch a coordinated movement against the degradation of environment due to irrational use of plastic

With the monsoon ready to drench the city, the Jagraon Municipal Council is yet to carry out fogging.

LUDHIANA: In a move which will annually save crores of rupees of the railway authorities, the Ludhiana railway station is all set to get a solar power system for generating 2 megawatt of power to f

We are accustomed to the noise pollution level oblivious of the harms it can do to us.