PANAJI: The state government, under sub-rule (3) of the Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000, has permitted the use of loudspeakers or public address systems during the night betwee

Testing of fire crackers at Carter Road, Bandra - Mumbai Police. Maharashtra Pollution Control Board and Awaaz Foundation.

Bursting of fire crackers create significant noise pollution during the Diwali Festival. MPCB for last few years is trying to create public awareness towards the high noise levels generated during the bursting of the crackers and its associated adverse health impacts.

Mumbai: The state pollution control board has banned four fire-crackers that have been found to have crossed the permissible sound level, with some recording 126.7dB.

As a measure to check pollution during Diwali festival this year, Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board (MPCB) will conduct a survey at local markets to examine firecrackers for the level of pollu

Punjab Pollution Control Board appeals to people to celebrate eco-Diwali

Driving fast on highways not only increases noise levels, but also doesn’t help you reach your destination really fast.

In a relief to students at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) campus, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) will complete installation of the 3m-high and 1,500m-long no

MUMBAI: Professors and students at the IIT, Powai, will soon be able to have classes without traffic noise, thanks to a 1,500-metre noise barrier.

The Nainital district administration and Corbett National Park authorities have started work to raise awareness among owners of resorts around Corbett regarding the recent Government order banning