Although there is a strict ban on the use of pressure horns, private buses operators ferrying passengers to different locations in the city continue flout the rule with impunity.

No quick-fix measures can clear the smog that builds up every year in October/November. A well-thought-out strategy, coupled with sincerity of purpose and clarity of agenda, is the only solution.

Ludhiana: Two days after pollution during Diwali festivities virtually turned Ludhiana into a gas chamber, air quality index of the city continues to be very high suggesting very poor air quality.

Five persons suspected of suffering from disease died in a week

Delhi-Ludhiana double-decker service planned

LUDHIANA: Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on Wednesday organised a conference on 'Sustainable Development Challenges in India' at New Delhi in which member of parliament and senior BJP leade

The banned practice of garbage burning continues unabated in the city. Strangely, the Municipal Corporation chooses to ignore the banned practice.

Residents of Rishi Nagar area are running from pillar to post for getting tubewell installed in their area.

With the nip in the air, the cases of dengue and chikungunya have subsided a little giving much relief to city residents.

KHANNA: Even as Khanna has achieved the dubious distinction of being among the world's 20 most polluted cities in the world, the recent data of the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) suggests so