Kolhapur: Vishwas Nangre-Patil, special inspector general of Kolhapur range, has said the Ganesh mandals can celebrate the upcoming festival with enthusiasm but urged them to stay away from high-de

PUNE: From blaring music systems from their speaker-woofer systems to the traditional dhol-tasha troupes, the last day of Ganeshotsav is not for the faint-hearted.

KOLHAPUR: City police are not taking Ganesh mandals' word on curbing noise pollution.

Kolhapur: Activists have demanded better preparation from the administration for the Ganesh immersion immersion rally this year.

You may get to enjoy comparatively lesser noise during the forthcoming festivals.

Court tells govt to educate students on noise rules to effectively deal with pollution

Aurangabad: Showing the way to an eco-friendly Ganesh festival, students from Udhyan Shalini Fellowship School have pledged to install only clay idols at their homes.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone Bench, Chennai) in the matter of R Janakiraman Vs Department of Environment and Forest Chennai & Others dated 05/08/2016. This application is filed by the applicant seeking a direction against the respondents to ban immersion of idols containing Plaster of Paris (PoP) and other chemicals in the Hoganekkal falls and river bank of Cauvery in Dharmapuri district, Tamil Nadu.

Police have already started initiating measures to ensure that the Ganesh festival will be celebrated without violating noise level norms.

Goa Government today said it would form flying squads and keep an eagle eye on the state's borders to stop Plaster of Paris Ganesh idols from coming into the state for sale ahead of the Ganesh fest