Supreme Court on Monday stayed National Green Tribunal, Bhopal bench order asking state government to deposit Rs 25 crore failing to comply with pollution under control (PUC) norms in the state.
The sight of cattle and other animals being transported in pathetic conditions will be a thing of the past with the Kerala government notifying stringent rules for livestock transportation.
BHOPAL: National Green Tribunal (NGT) has asked the state government to deposit Rs 25 crore as security for failure to comply with pollution under control (PUC) norms.
The Bharat Stage (BS) norms are equivalent to Euro norms on emission. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued a Notification No. GSR 555(E) dated 14.7.2015 regarding Introduction of BSIV fuel in additional cities.
PUNE: The rural areas of Pune and Thane districts can expect to get Bharat Stage IV fuel — an environment-friendly alternative — from April 1 next year.
Haryana seems to have misled the Centre over registration of the BS-IV compliant vehicles in 11 districts of the states falling in the NCR during the recent meeting of the environment ministers in
Question raised in Rajya Sabha on safety limits of vehicular pollution , 09/03/2015.
These rules may be called the Central Motor Vehicles (First Amendment) Rules, 2015.
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