Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News Item Published in Hindustan Times “And Quiet Flows the Maily Yamuna” Vs. Central Pollution Control Board & Others dated 08/08/2017 regarding prevention, control and rejuvenation of river Ganga. NGT directs the stakeholders to file their status reports and the action plan in relation to prevention, control and rejuvenation of river Ganga. If the report is not filed, each State would be liable to pay cost of Rs. 50,000/- each and also their Member Secretaries will be present before the Tribunal.

DEHRADUN: Responding to a query raised by Haridwar MP and former Uttarakhand chief minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank in the Lok Sabha on Thursday regarding the steps taken by the central government

In a bid to keep the Yamuna clean, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation got a waste-processing machine installed at Nigambodh Ghat, which is now preventing up to 5 tonnes of flower waste from ente

Protected areas are a cornerstone strategy for terrestrial and increasingly marine biodiversity conservation, but their use for conserving inland waters has received comparatively scant attention. In 2010, the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) included a target of 17% protection for inland waters, yet there has been no meaningful way of measuring progress toward that target. Defining and evaluating “protection” is especially complicated for rivers because their integrity is intimately linked to impacts in their upstream catchments.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Mathura Cantonment Board to comply with its order and pay Rs 10 lakh as environmental compensation for causing pollution in the temple town and ri

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Selaqui International School Vs. Union of India & Others dated 25/07/2017 regarding discharge of toxic waste by the factories at the Pharma City, Selaqui, Dehradun into River Yamuna.

Crackdown on cow slaughter, demonetisation affected supply of raw material.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s. N.R. Tanners Vs. Central Pollution Control Board & Others dated 20/07/217 regarding disposal of industrial waste into river Ganga by the leather industries of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.

Sea water tested at Juhu beach, Charni Road were found consistently polluted

Pollution load in the river Ganga has increased by nearly four times from 2009 to 2016 in the stretch between Haridwar to Kanpur

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