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

GURUGRAM: Environmental activists have suspected it for long, but now, they can place actual figures against their suspicion.

The existence of the Rewalsar Lake is at stake due to the increasing pollution level. The lake has turned muddy. Locals are concerned about its conservation, which has religious importance.

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

Ludhiana: In order to finalize plans for rejuvenation of Buddha Nullah, officials have started their exercise around the drain after a special plan was announced by the state government.

BENGALURU: Ulsoor Lake is back to looking green — and not from envy.

This policy announced by the Gujarat government will promote the use of treated wastewater and will see the setting up of sewage treatment plants (STP) in all major towns and cities of Gujarat.

The recent report of water pollution reported from river Beas leading to the death of countless fishes and aquatic species in the river has raised serious concerns over the Asian Development Bank (

Egyptian football star, Mohammed Salah recently made news off the field for his philanthropic work.

Government has secured €96 million (approximately 98bn) for putting in place the first ever Kigali Sanitation and Central Sewerage System, funds that will come from both the African Development Ban

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