Order of the Supreme Court of India regarding the ban on use of furnace oil and pet coke in the States of U.P., Haryana and Rajasthan,17/11/2017.

The Uttar Pradesh government also told the Supreme Court that it was considering a separate micro-level plan only limited to protection and preservation of the Taj Mahal

India’s national health policy was reformed this year, but lack of accessibility and out-of-pocket expenses still leave rural areas behind.

GREATER NOIDA: After Noida Authority penalized allottees nearly a crore of rupees in two days for flouting norms laid down by the National Green Tribunal (NGT), Greater Noida Industrial Development

Agra: Even as neighbouring Delhi is reeling under severe smog conditions, air quality in Agra hit “hazardous” levels on Thursday morning with PM 2.5 levels rising to 467 and 73 notches above Tuesda

GHAZIABAD: The industrial town's pollution level worsened on Thursday with the air quality index climbing to 499, the highest among 42 cities in the country.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vardhaman Kaushik Vs. Union of India & Others dated 09/11/2017 regarding the deteriorating air quality of Delhi NCR. National Green Tribunal in the Order said that the Judgement of the NGT dated 10th November, 2016 had "clearly postulated the steps that were required to be taken on long term and short term basis keeping in view the precautionary principle to ensure that the ill-effects and adverse impact of polluted ambient air quality in the previous year is not repeated in the year 2017.

MoEF secretary C K Mishra wrote to the chief secretaries of Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana — all the states EPCA had written to a day earlier — asking them to follow the steps required

NOIDA: Lotus Valley International School, Noida held a three-day summit on Sustainable Development in collaboration with World Initiative To Save Environment (WISE).

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of E. R. Kumar & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 08/11/2017 regarding the state of urban homeless in the state of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

The Apex Court finds no concrete implementation of the National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM). The Court suggests that the Union of India may have to look into the matter on how to implement the Mission effectively so that crores of rupees that are sanctioned are not frittered away on issues that have no concern directly or indirectly with the NULM.

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