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.

Nagpur: The widely used cracker, whistling wheel, popularly known as ‘chakri’, creates more noise pollution than bombs.

BHOPAL: Traders here have heaved a sigh of relief as Supreme Court modified its order on ‘Green crackers’ on Wednesday.

The court was hearing a petition filed by Awaaz Foundation and others taking exception to substantial noise pollution caused during festivals.

Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board requests a time window for bursting firecrackers on Diwali

Tamil Nadu is the hub for manufacturing firecrackers.

Modifying its earlier order that fixed a slot of two hours from 8 pm to 10 pm for bursting firecrackers on Diwali, the Supreme Court on Tuesday said that the southern states can burst firecrackers

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