Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Awasiya Jan Kalyan Samiti Vs State of Haryana dated 14/01/2019 regarding disposal of sewage water in Sector 48, Faridabad. In absence of suitable arrangement, disposal is taking place on open land and on the market site, resulting in sewerage logging and also polluting underground water, creating a situation of hazard to public health. A report submitted before the Tribunal by the Commissioner of Municipal Corporation, Faridabad states that there were several unauthorized colonies around Badkal village. A project of Rs.

With Navi Mumbai receiving an average rainfall of 309 mm in the 24 hours till 2 pm on Wednesday, the civic body’s preparations for the Under-17 FIFA world cup, starting October 6, have been interru

In May 2015, pre-monsoon downpour of 102.6mm — an 87-year-old all-time record for maximum rainfall in a day in the month — threw rail and road traffic out of gear besides causing heavy waterlogging

“The water flows from Parel village towards our hospital. Water collected in ward 4 and 4A.

In some places, there was two and a half feet of water. Many residents watched helplessly as water entered their homes in almost all phases of Mohali, which was the worst hit in the Tricity.

वर्षा जल संचयन व निकासी का सूत्रधार बनेगा मौसम विभागवर्षा जल संचयन व निकासी का सूत्रधार बनेगा मौसम विभाग

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Eco Green Park Society Vs. M/s Om Construction and Builders & Others dated 12/01/2017 regarding inadequate drainage systems in Bhopal causing floods. NGT observed that the "nallahs which are the drainage and salient features of the undulating countryside around Bhopal have a significant role to play for the environment and their drainage and carrying capacity also needs to be surveyed from time to time. The work of cleaning of nallahs needs to be taken up on regular basis."

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Om Prakash Vs. State of Rajasthan & Others dated 02/09/2016 regarding drainage and sewerage system in the town of Sujangarh, Churu District, Rajasthan.

Construction projects of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) are one of the major factors contributing to massive waterlogging and traffic jams in the Capital, the initial findings of a governm

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia directed officials that the waterlogging helpline number 1077 be made functional on a 24x7 basis and was told it was already functioning round-the-clock.

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