MUMBAI: Alarmed by excessive unnatural lighting in the city, an activist group has written to the BMC and the state to consider the framing of a suitable policy to regulate light pollution.

Coastal zone mgmt. plans for Thane, Palghar districts up for public opinion

NAIROBI: In a major collaboration to make the oceans litter-free, four more countries -- Chile, Oman, Sri Lanka and South Africa -- on Wednesday joined UN Environment's Clean Seas campaign by commi

The Maharashtra Transport department has planned to crack a whip on pressure and shrill horns fitted in commercial vehicles as part of its ‘No Honking’ campaign.

MUMBAI: As residents and Metro-3 authorities continued to lock horns over work at night on the proposed Cuffe Parade station, the Bombay high court on Monday referred the matter to an existing comm

Health officials examine serum samples of 49,702 patients

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Austin Francis D’souza Vs Slum Rehabilitation Authority, Mumbai & Others dated 21/11/2017 regarding withdrawal of directions under Section 5 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 on a project/ construction at Katraj Road, Wadala, Mumbai and the project did not have environmental clearance.

Bhayandar : Illegal dumping of construction debris and garbage has already sounded the death knell for vast stretches of lush mangrove cover and wetlands.

Mumbai: Even as several parts of India are in the grip of severe dengue outbreaks, the city had recorded the highest number of dengue death in last three years across the state with 14 deaths from

The High Court had earlier banned any activity during night time.

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