The UT administration has raised environmental concerns over increase in traffic volume in eco-sensitive areas, with two townships coming up in Punjab and Haryana.
Tata Housing Development Company today agreed in the Supreme Court not to go ahead with its high-rise buildings project near Chandigarh’s Sukhna Lake till further orders as the SC sought its respon
The Punjab and Haryana High Court, on Tuesday, directed the UT Administration to immediately release funds to the National Institute of Hydrology (NIH), Roorkee so that it can complete a study of t
Expressing deep concern over the leakage from Sukhna flood gates, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Friday directed the Chandigarh Administration to repair the flood gates in the lake.
After almost drying up in peak summer, Sukhna Lake has witnessed a revival with the water level touching 1,161 feet today.
Chandigarh: The Chandigarh Administration on Friday told the Punjab and Haryana High Court that the city does not have excess water to pour into Sukhna.
Expressing deep concern over the deteriorating condition of Sukhna Lake, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Friday directed the Chandigarh Administration to make immediate arrangements to release
Chandigarh: Around 55 lakh cubic feet of silt, that has been removed from Sukhna Lake, is lying by the lake itself.
A survey of the Sukhna Lake catchment was conducted today to find ways of saving the lake from drying up.
Chandigarh: SC orders bar on razing of any construction which has come up till May 21.
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