Traces of 29 pharmaceutical drugs have been found in rivers in York.

The compounds included antidepressants, antibiotics and medicines to treat epilepsy and diabetes.

Rajasthan government requested the CPCB to asses the extent of pollution by joint monitoring of the rivers and their tributaries as well as the canals originating from Punjab at Harike.

Haridwar: Namami Gange, the flagship scheme of the Union government meant to clean and rejuvenate the Ganga, is unlikely to be completed by March 2019, the deadline set for it despite the claims ma

NEW DELHI: The National Green Tribunal has rapped the tanneries located in and around Kanpur over the delay in setting up of common effluent treatment plants (CETP) and directed them to contribute

India, the global host of World Environment Day being observed today, continues to grapple with several environmental issues like air and water pollution, and those related to plastic and solid was

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) has withdrawn its plea in the National Green Tribunal that sought directions to the Haryana government to check the "dangerous level of ammonia" in the Yamuna,

It was in 2014 that the Namami Gange project was launched in Uttarakhand but four years down the line the project continues to be sluggish and is expected to miss the completion deadline of March 2

Madurai: The Vaigai river, which is a symbol of Tamil culture and heritage can be restored to its past glory by taking adequate steps to check encroachments, pollution and ground water level, said

The much touted river revival initiative pushed foward by the chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat appears to have had little impact considering recent findings regarding the level of toxic chemica

NAVI MUMBAI: After the National Green Tribunal (NGT) ordered closure of 350 industrial units in Taloja MIDC, MPCB has told the tribunal that it has already shut down 18 of the 350 industries that w

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