Interim report by board could not identify the source of around one-fifth of Calcutta’s PM2.5 pollution
The decision was taken in a meeting chaired by the Anil Diggikar, principal secretary (environment) on Monday
A study commissioned by the Union Water Resources Ministry to probe the “unique properties” of the Ganga found that the river water contains a significantly higher proportion of organisms with anti
Nagpur: While making plans for redeveloping the historic Futala lake and constructing a road through the lush green PDKV land in Bharat Nagar, the civic authorities seem to have missed out on evalu
A long-drawn battle between the residents of Whitefield and Graphite India Ltd. (GI) has finally come to an end with the company announcing the closure of operations of its Bengaluru plant.
New Delhi: The Central Pollution Control Board has issued show-cause notice to a distillery operating in Karnal, Haryana over untreated effluents being dumped in the river.
The appeal was sent on behalf of Clean Energy Access Network (CLEAN), which is an all-India representative organisation with a mandate to improve rural livelihoods and promote economic growth and j
As in the case of noise emission
AHMEDABAD: India’s largest ceramic cluster at Morbi and Wankaner has received a major blow as the National Green Tribunal, Delhi bench (NGT), on Wednesday ordered a shutdown of all ceramic units th
NEW DELHI: The chemical formulation of 'green crackers' has now been finalised and its bulk manufacturing could start from May after getting approval from government agency.
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