Bijnor: As part of the Namami Gange project, a team from Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) collected samples of river Chhoiya water.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 28/04/2017 regarding industries in Unnao polluting river Ganga. NGT directs that all these industries should be put to a joint inspection where their pollution control systems be verified and effluent should be analysed and it should be ensured that no system for injecting the trade effluent into the groundwater are existing in any area of any industry.

Jajmau, Unnao and Banther are the other big tannery hubs in Uttar Pradesh that

Uttar Pradesh Government has issued directions to authorities to stop the practice of dumping dead bodies directly into rivers, after 81 bodies were recovered from Ganga in Unnao district of the st

Despite the tall claims of the UP government of providing pollution-free water at Sangam, Allahabad, devotees at Kumbh continue to take their holy dip in polluted water.

This report by the committee led by Director, NIH, Roorkee presents facts about the present state of Unnao’s water bodies / ground water, how much of Unnao’s ground water is affected so far and which particular tanning units are responsible for polluting water bodies in the region.

UNNAO: Here is an apt example of government setting up infrastructure, which is eventually rendered as useless.

New Delhi: Reacting to a TOI report on the conflict of interest of Central Pollution Control Board chairman, environment and forests minister Jayanthi Natarajan has said she will inquire into the f

There is a need to break yield barriers through multidimensional approch to achieve food security on a sustainable basis for the people of this country. Cooperatives can play an important role in this direction due to their proximity to farmers. The Indian Farmers' Fertilizer Cooperative Limited (IFFCO), since over the last four decades, is providing services to farmers and cooperatives through various programmes, besides ensuring fertilizers availability.

When Kanpur businessman Vivek Chaturvedi took up farming as a full-time occupation in 2004, he had no way of knowing that he would usher in a revolutionary farm machine six years later. Chaturvedi's innovation, an ox-driven pump, can pull up 25,000 litres of water in just an hour from depths of 150 feet without the use of electricity or fuel.