SURAT: The Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) has issued closure notices to 18 industrial units in the city for causing severe air an water pollution.
The Adivasi women of Moticher village in Surat district have knocked on every door with their complaints. They want easy access to water, jobs for the youth and schools for their children.
The Diamond City will start producing nearly 3.35 lakh units of solar power per annum from next month.
Surat: Two patients, who tested positive for swine flu infection, are at present under treatment at two private hospitals in the city.
After protests by Surat district farmers, the ambitious Vadodara-Mumbai Expressway project is facing stiff opposition by agriculturists in villages of Bharuch taluka.
In what could be considered as their last meeting before the present term of central government comes to an end Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewable mission (JNNURM) has approved detailed proj
Around seven firms have shown interest in collection and disposal of plastic waste in the city.
Gujarat accounts for 9% of all slums in urban areas across the country, findings related to key indicators of urban slums released by the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) on Tuesday show.
Surat: Air pollution caused by black dust from industrial units located in Katargam has become a major issue for thousands of people living in areas of Vastadevdi Road, Sumul Dairy Road and AK Road
Launching a pilot project in Gujarat, Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) is setting up Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) at 10 places in Pandesara, Sachin and Surat city.
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