Biting cold wave conditions abated in the state as the minimum temperature increased by a few notches and the weather remained dry due to overcast skies.
Higher reaches in tribal areas of Keylong, Udaipur and Kalpa had recorded 2 cm of fresh snow.
As the state high court and national green tribunal have hardened their stand on pollution taking place in Himachal Pradesh, now the state Pollution Control Board too has started acting tough again
The State Pollution Control Board has issued notices to 32 healthcare units for their failure to ensure proper segregation and disposal of bio-medical waste.
The State Pollution Control Board has filed a case against unit-I of Jaypee Cement Plant in a local court for undertaking expansion without obtaining the environmental clearance and other approvals
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has issued notices under Section 5 of the Environment Act to the Shimla Municipal Commissioner (SMC) to shut down the bio-medical waste treatment plant at
Residents of Huran Kotla panchayat in Dharampur block today registered a stiff opposition to a water-boring proposal of a builder, fearing it would lead to drying up of natural sources of water and
The Himachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board (HPSPCB) has filed a case against Bagha-based JP Cements plant for having undertaken expansion of its plant without the mandatory environmental cl
The lax attitude of the authorities in the Nalagarh sub-division of the Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh industrial area has led to an increase in illegal mining on the Nalagarh-Ropar State Highway close
Keen to take advantage of the decision of the United Progressive Alliance regime to allow foreign direct investment (FDI) in the housing sector, the state government plans to set up satellite towns
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