Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mohammed Nayeem Pasha & Others Vs The State of Telangana & Others dated 06/12/2019 regarding remedial action against pollution of river Musi at Hyderabad, Telangana which is reported to be contaminated due to industrial and domestic sewage discharged into the river or into the drains connected thereto. The industries in the catchment areas are bulk drug and pharmaceutical units.

Cameras to be installed in a week n Monitoring for dumping waste to begin within 15 days.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mohammed Nayeem Pasha & Others Vs The State of Telangana & Others dated 05/04/2019 regarding pollution of river Musi at Hyderabad (Telangana). The river is contaminated due to disposal of industrial and domestic sewage effluents into it.

Even though water level recovered in 2017, it’s falling due to scanty rains.

HYDERABAD: Proceeding along the road behind the High Court towards Afzalgunj from City College, one can't help but despair at the sorry state of the mighty river Musi.

High antibiotic and antifungal concentrations in wastewater from anti-infective drug production may exert selection pressure for multidrug-resistant (MDR) pathogens. We investigated the environmental presence of active pharmaceutical ingredients and their association with MDR Gram-negative bacteria in Hyderabad, South India, a major production area for the global bulk drug market.

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Hyderabad needs sewage treatment plants to cut pollution.

A recent report from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) that has listed the Musi river stretch among the most polluted rivers in the country and its water most dangerous, has taken the Stat

Political parties, which look at slum populations as their prime vote bank, continue to make false promises of regularising lake lands that has been encroached. Musi River is one such area.

The state government on Monday informed the AP high court that it has ambitious plans to beautify the entire 34 kilometres of Musi river spread in the GHMC area at a cost of Rs 922 crore.

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