Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Sobha Singh & Ors. vs. State of Punjab & Ors dated 15/09/2015 regarding remedial measures for polluted River Satluj.

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Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Nityanand Mishra V/s State of Madhya Pradesh & Ors. dated 05/08/2015 regarding pollution of river Mandakini at Chhitrkoot arising out of the sewage from the town.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on development of rivers, 21/07/2014.

Cutting across political lines, Lok Sabha members on Monday joined hands to demand immediate intervention by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to save the Ganga and make it pollution-free at the earlie

For more than two decades, Huta Ram Baidya has led the Save Bagmati River campaign. An affable, octogenarian activist and Nepal’s first agricultural engineer, his views have been widely circulated in the country’s regional language press, radio, television and on websites. He tells Aditya Batra that the river’s extreme degradation bears testament to extreme cultural and environmental loss in the Kathmandu valley.

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Yamuna can

The status paper on Ganga by the Ministry of Environment. Provides a critical analysis of GAP & says that river water quality has improved at many locations however, the critical parameters of water quality, which affect human health, exceed the prescribed standard limits at major locations.

Climate change and adaptive agriculture given a miss finance minister Pranab Mukherjee

Environment ministry admits bacteria is major river pollutant MAJOR rivers in India have high bacterial contamination, the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (moef) said in a press release dated December 24, 2008. Yamuna and Ganga top the list of most polluted rivers (see graph below). Bacterial contamination in water is indicated by the presence of coliform bacteria that find

An ambitious riverfront development project has been drawing many visitors in Kolkata. The Millennium Park runs along Strand Road, for a kilometre on the eastern bank of the Hooghly river and has

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