Bhopal: The state government on Monday filed an affidavit before the central bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT) that the culmination ceremony of Narmada Seva Yatra at Amarkantak on May 15 is no

MALAPPURAM: Green weddings may soon become a mainstream phenomenon if the state government has its way.

A day after Supreme Court made it clear that BJP heavyweights will be tried for criminal conspiracy in the Babri Masjid demolition case, the Sangh Parivaar’s Hindu Jagran Manch (HJM) launched a dri

India needs to rethink the way they're tackling noise pollution in the country

पूजन सामग्री के अवशिष्ठ से मैली हो रही गंगापूजन सामग्री के अवशिष्ठ से मैली हो रही गंगा

Diwali is one of the major and most important festivals celebrated all over India which falls in the period late October to early November every year. It is associated with burning of firecrackers especially during the night of Diwali day that leads to degradation of air quality that lasts for a longer duration of time. Firecrackers on burning releases huge amount of trace gases such as NOx, CO, SO2 and O3 and huge amount of aerosols and particulate matter.

The Bombay high court on Thursday said Shivaji Park has become "a dumping ground" for celebrations even as it chided the state government for not implementing its orders on curbing noise.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench, Kolkata) dated 29/11/2016 regarding pollution of river Mahananda, West Bengal. National Green Tribunal expressed dismay at the condition of the river Mahananda as evident from the photographs placed by Subhas Datta, the applicant, indicating the situation after Chhat Puja, 2016.

KOLKATA: For several years now, pollution in Indian cities has reached levels that are genuinely hazardous, with the situation this year being particularly dire.

India is a land known for its countless religious festivals and rites. Unfortunately, a majority of the rituals are proving to be harmful for the environment.