Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Lakhwinder Singh Vs State of Punjab dated 02/07/2021.

The issue for consideration is action to be taken for violation of environmental norms by M/s K.R.B.L. Ltd., Bhasaur, tehsil Dhuri, district Sangrur, Punjab, manufacturing rice, rice bran oil, furfural and other related products.

ON JUNE 8, 225 members of the gram sabha of Tolewal in Sangrur district’s Malerkotla tehsil passed a resolution to lease out 25 bigha (about 5.25 acres) of the village’s panchayat land reserved for

About 6,500 saplings have been destroyed in stubble fires during the last two months in the district.

There remain misconceptions regarding farmer suicides. There is a need to set right these erroneous ideas based on scientific studies that have been conducted seeking to devise solutions to address the prevailing crisis of the peasantry in Punjab.

The present study was planned with an objective to detect the level of heavy metals in feathers of House Crow from agrifield areas of district Ludhiana and Sangrur. In feathers of House Crow, 8 heavy metals were detected through ICAP-AES, out of which As, Cd, Pb were heavy metals and Cr, Cu, Ni, Zn, Mn were essential elements. The concentration of all metals varied significantly at .05% level of significance among the different districts.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Gurcharan Singh Matharu Vs Parminder Singh & Others dated 06/07/2017.

An Investigation into police and landlord repression of land struggle by dalit peasants in villages of Sangrur District of Indian Punjab.

The number of dengue cases in Sangrur district has crossed 400.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Parminder Singh Vs. Punjab PCB & Ors dated 23/09/2015 regarding pollution caused by M/S Matharu Chemical Industries, Sangrur District, Punjab.

According to the petitioners the said unit was manufacturing H-acid, i.e. Sodium Salt, which is highly toxic in nature and the waste material, from the process of manufacturing is highly hazardous to the environment.

SANGRUR: Punjab on Thursday became the first state to operationalize 117-megawatt solar power projects following inauguration of 10.50-MW solar power plant at Sangatpura village near Lehragaga town