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The hearing on the Bellandur lake pollution matter continues on Thursday in the new National Green Tribunal.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Doaba Paryavaran Samiti Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 06/06/2017 regarding groundwater pollution in six districts of western Uttar Pradesh. NGT directs CGWA to study the cause of groundwater contamination to know as to whether the contamination of water is due to geogenic or manmade reasons. NGT grants four weeks time to CGWA for conducting the study and submit its report before the Tribunal.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Suo Motu Uttarakhand Human Rights Commission Vs. Chief Secretary, Govt. of Uttarakhand & Others dated 05/06/2017 regarding disposal of sewage in river Kausi and Ganga, Uttarakhand. NGT directs the Chief Secretary, State of Uttarakhand to resolve the issue with regard to both the projects, namely the STP as well as the MSW site.

People voted the BJP to power at the Centre and UP with a hope that sincere efforts would be made to clean it.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Girdhari Lal Vs. State & Others dated 03/06/2017 regarding M/s. Devdham Café restaurant being run near river Beas. The restaurant has obtained necessary permissions for running it as well as necessary infrastructure for disposal of MSW. NGT directs the Municipal Board to submit report with regard to the compliance made by the restaurant and further operation will be subject to report of the Municipal Board.

GURUGRAM: A day after National Green Tribunal (NGT) slammed the state government over disposal of waste in the Aravalis, the green court on Wednesday instructed Haryana State Pollution Control Boar

Thick smoke billowed from Varthur lake on Tuesday as a huge pile of garbage was set on fire by miscreants.

NDORE: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday directed the IMC to complete cleaning of Kanh and Saraswati rivers before the onset of monsoon by increasing the resources being used as needed.

Despite the implementation of the underground drainage scheme sanctioned under the National River Conservation Programme (NRCP) mainly aimed at preventing the pollution of the Cauvery a decade ago,

According to the Chief Fisherman, Nana Enubasa, the water from the estuary used to be fresh and clean and served as a source of drinking water, “but now you cannot drink this water anymore"

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