Additional affidavit on behalf of Raja Muzaffar Bhat regarding large scale pollution caused by discharging untreated sewage as well as dumping of municipal solid waste unscientifically in river Doodh Ganga and Mamath Kull in Srinagar and Budgam districts, Jammu & Kashmir.

The applicant has listed some points with regard to the present status of the river Doodh Ganga and Mamath Kull despite specific directions passed by the NGT. Raja Muzaffar Bhat said there has been no installation of sewage treatment plants on river Doodh Ganga stretch.

The report presents the interim results of the SAVi simulation and analysis. By considering Lake Dal and the surrounding area as an interconnected economic, environmental and social "system," impacts of competing users and associated sources of pollution on the lake's water quality were assessed.

SRINAGAR: In a surprising find, a study has revealed that pollution in Srinagar - the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir - hits dangerous levels during winter months as the air carries five times

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Srinagar Bandh Aapda Sangharsh Samiti & Others Vs Alaknanda Hydro Power Co. Ltd & Others dated 19/08/2016 asking Alaknanda Hydro Power Co. Ltd.

While Kashmir valley reels under prevalent heat wave Srinagar recorded the hottest day of this season on Sunday.

The Kashmir valley was hit by a 6.8-magnitude earthquake this afternoon. The quake shook houses and buildings in the region and sent panicked residents rushing out for safety.

SRINAGAR: Kashmir witnessed the hottest day in February in 76 years as the mercury rose to 20.6 degrees Celsius in Srinagar on Wednesday, more than 10 degrees above normal for this time of the year

SRINAGAR: The Government of Jammu & Kashmir has launched a beautification and cleaning drive of the Dal Lake shoreline to attract tourists to Kashmir valley.

An observational analysis of the catastrophic rainstorm during 4–6 September 2014 over Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) presented in this study shows that the event was unprecedented in terms of the 24, 48 and 72 h accumulated rainfall. The 24 h accumulated rainfall exceeded the previously determined one-day severe rainstorm limits of 20 cm for a number of stations on 5 and 6 September 2014.

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Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science & Technology, Environment & Forests present this Two Hundred and Sixty-seventh Report on 'Unprecedented floods in Srinagar and warning and forecasting of floods and environmental issues in Leh, Jammu and Pathankot'.