The main causes attributed to the Pollution of River Ganga are due to disposal of industrial and domestic sewage effluent joining to it directly by drains or indirectly through tributaries.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Friday directed that samples of water be taken from the entry and exit points of Ramganga, a tributary of the Ganga.

BAREILLY: A Bareilly-based NGO has lodged a complaint with the district administration and regional office of Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board on Sunday about the heaps of garbage on the banks

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) today slammed the Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh governments over increasing pollution in the Ganga’s tributary Ramganga and summoned top officials of various depar

The National Green Tribunal today pulled up Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand governments over rising pollution in river Ganga's tributary Ramganga and asked them to apprise it about the steps taken to

Multivariate statistical techniques, such as cluster analysis and principal component analysis (PCA), were applied for evaluation of spatial variations and interpretation of large complex water quality data set of the Ganga river basin, generated during one year (2013-2014) monitoring of eight water parameters at seven different sites. Hierarchical cluster analysis grouped seven sampling sites into three clusters, i.e., relatively low polluted (LP), medium polluted (MP) and highly polluted (HP) sites based on the similarity of water quality characteristics.

For the first time, the forest department, WWF-India and 23 other NGOs and community leaders will conduct a Gangetic dolphin census in the Ramganga river from October 5 to 8 this year.

A study reveals that the zinc levels are 15 times more than the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) standards in the soil samples collected from near river Ramganga at Moradabad,

An Uttar Pradesh paper mill has told the National Green Tribunal that they have decided to immediately shut down their operations in the wake of the Central Pollution Control Board's direction to c

Piqued over false promises of political parties seven villages in Hardoi district have decided to boycott election saying if political parties are not concerned about their problems why should they vote for them.

“This year we will not get swayed by the false promises by the political parties and their leaders. We will boycott the General Elections 2014. No vote if there is no development,” said Durvijay Singh resident of Chauwapur Village.

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