Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs. Union of India & Others dated 14/03/2017 regarding cleaning of river Yamuna. In relation to the 14 STPs it is stated that 7 STPs were approved by the Secretary of Ministry of Water Resources and they would be financed by the Namami Gange (NMCG), however, it is clarified that no fresh financial proposal need to be submitted as the work is being executed under the tenders invited already.

Keeping environmental issues in mind, Naidu said, the smart cities would go forward with "innovative ideas and learning from others' examples".

Centre outlines urban agenda for next 20 years

The Centre has launched a programme to improve efficiency in energy use in bulk water supply, public lighting, transportation and domestic consumption in cities and towns across the country, it was

JAIPUR: Facing abrupt patterns of rainfall and other natural calamities, Rajasthan is by and large safe from the effects of earthquakes.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi has made its way to the list of 27 new smart cities announced by the Urban Development Ministry on Tuesday.

Aimed at sanitising six cities of the National Capital Region (NCR), the Ministry of Urban Development is coming up with a new campaign named ‘Asli Tarakki’ (real development), which will be replic

The parliamentary standing committee on water resources has expressed deep concerns on the “pathetic” state of water bodies in the national capital where “as many as 2,015 have been fully encroache

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Manoj Kumar Misra & Others Vs. Union of India & Others dated 05/08/2016 regarding pollution of river Yamuna, Delhi.

An attempt to improve India's ranking on the ease-of-doing business list of countries has put green activists and realtors on collision course.

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