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MUMBAI: The tribal district of Nandurbar is the most vulnerable to climate change in the state due to rising temperature and food security fears.

NASHIK: Altogether 18 people succumbed to swine flu in the district in September, taking the death toll from H1N1 virus to 80 this year so far.

Nashik: Nashik police has banned bursting crackers making noise 125dB (Decibels) or above beyond 4 meters. The ban will be effective till the night of November 6.

Nashik: A waste segregation and awareness programme was initiated on Thursday by civic body's west division in association with non-government organization (NGO) Seva Sansthan.

Nashik: The city which stood 31st in terms of cleanliness and sanitation among the 73 cities surveyed last year, has been ranked 151 among the 434 cities surveyed this year.

Environmentalist Devang Jani has decided to ask for human status to the Godavari along with demanding the revival of 17 ancient kunds.

After cracking down against flouting of various traffic rules, especially speaking on mobile phones while driving, the police have now shifted their focus to the honking menace.

NASHIK: Swine flu continues to claim lives in the city. The Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) has registered about 14 deaths due to swine flu in March, as against one in February.

NASHIK: Godavari pollution case petitioner Rajesh Pandit has alleged that the civic administration has not complied with nearly 50% of HC orders based on Neeri guidelines.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Sheikh Rashid Charitable Foundation, Malegaon V/s Union Of India & Others dated 06/03/2017 regarding water pollution in River Malegaon caused on account of unregulated disposal of solid waste and lack of proper sewage system.

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