The green panel said there was need to assess carrying capacity of the area to allow such events in respect of number of vehicles, generation and disposal of municipal solid waste, safety hazards,

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rakesh Tihara Vs Govt. of NCT of Delhi dated 03/12/2018 regarding a park in Sundar Nagar is being mis-used for organizing events, illegally and in disregard of environmental norms.

Farmers from different villages met in Greater Noida’s Kishorpur village on Sunday and decided to protest against the development of Jewar airport as their demands have not been addressed.

With reference to CPCB Head Office letter no A-21016/1/08-Mon/11351 dated 05.10.2018 & 25.10.2018, Regional Directorate (Central), Central Pollution Control Board, Bhopal has Conducted Ambient Air Quality monitoring in Bhopal city during celebration of Diwali festival in the year 2018 from 31.10.2018 to 14.11.2018 for the perameters of PM10,

MUMBAI: A no-honking public awareness event was held across 10 junctions in Mumbai, from Churchgate to Borivali, on Sunday.

Mazgaon recorded the loudest noise during the Eid-e-Milad celebrations on Wednesday this year, however going by the statistics of the past several years, the noise levels continued their downward t

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Ashis Thakur & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 20/11/2018 regarding Steel Authority of India carrying on coal mining activities in Ramnagar Colliery and there have been earth cutting and and blasting of dynamites within hundred metres of residential areas. It is alleged that such activities have resulted in causing continuous vibration and noise pollution.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Residents of Gram Panchayat Varahiya Vs State of Madhya Pradesh dated 19/11/2018 regarding dust pollution due to stone crushers at village Tilora, Rausa, Tehsil Mehar, Zilla Satna at NH-7 (New Fourlane). They are located within 5 to 10 metres of the National Highway as against the requirement of 500 meters. The haze created by the operation of the stone crushers results in road accidents.

Ahmedabad: How noisy do we get when on our roads? A recent study by two engineering institutes showed how blaring horns break all sound limits set by law.

The rising levels of pollution have created an alarming scenario across the country and the situation would only worsen if we do not celebrate Diwali responsibly this year.

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