MUMBAI: Maharashtra accounts for nearly 50% of all H1N1 influenza casualties and one-fourth of the confirmed cases detected in the country since January.

“With no silence zones, it will be a lot easier to get permissions for mandals around hospitals and educational institutes.

Marathwada Dry Spell To Blame
Thirty-four farmers from Marathwada have committed suicide between August 6 and 13 due to crop failure because of the prolonged dry spell.

State to HC: Centre amended Noise Pollution Rules 2000.

MUMBAI: Seventeen years after Noise Pollution Rules came into force, the Centre last week made changes to the law, putting a question mark over the fate of silence zones across the country.

NAVI MUMBAI: Maharashtra Pollution Control Board officials conducted a survey of the Taloja industrial area following a formal complaint from environmentalists alleging chemical pollution in the Ka

Meanwhile in Thane, which witnesses high decibel levels during Gokulashtami celebrations saw lesser number of events organised as compared to last year

There has been an increase in the number of cases related to the mosquito-borne disease detected in BMC's L ward near Kapadia Nagar area.

THANE: The sale of plaster of Paris (POP) idols continue to be the first choice of many Thaneites over the eco-friendly ones.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Sarang Yadwadkar & Ors. V/s. Mrs. Anjali Dinkar Datar & Others dated 11/07/2017 regarding illegal construction and dumping of debris on the banks of the river Mula-Mutha, Pune, Maharashtra. The Irrigation Department has submitted that demarcation of blue line of river Mutha is complete and it is for the Pune Municipal Corporation to act upon the booklet giving longitudes and latitudes with reference to blue line (no-development zone) and remove the encroachments.

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