एनजीटी ने एनवायरनमेंट मिनिस्ट्री से 15 दिनों में मांगा जवाब

यमुना में पॉल्यूशन को रोकने के लिए सरकार की ओर से 'यमुना एक्शन प्लान' तैयार किया गया था। प्लान लागू होने के कई सालों बाद भी यमुना मैली की मैली ही है। इस संबंध में दाखिल एक याचिका पर नैशनल ग्रीन ट्रिब्युनल (एनजीटी) ने मिनिस्ट्री ऑफ एनवायरनमेंट एंड फॉरेस्ट व अन्य पक्षों को नाटिस जारी किए हैं। ट्रिब्युनल ने सभी पक्षों से पूछा है कि उन्होंने यमुना में पॉल्यूशन रोकने के लिए क्या कदम उठाए हैं।

The Environment ministry said it has approved the phase III of Yamuna Action Plan (YAP) for Delhi besides sanctioning two projects of pollution abatement for the river in Sonepat and Panipat in Har

The Environment ministry said it has approved the phase III of Yamuna Action Plan (YAP) for Delhi besides sanctioning two projects of pollution abatement for the river in Sonepat and Panipat in Har

New Delhi: After over a month of National Green Tribunal’s order, which had directed the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) to come up with a plan for the beautification and preservation of

New Delhi: With the assembly elections scheduled for later this year, Delhi Jal Board has earmarked 39% of its Rs 1,665 crore budget for 2013-14 for urban water supply.

New Delhi: MPs united across party lines to express concern over pollution in the Yamuna after leader of opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj raised the issue, saying the river had become thorough

Noting that the Yamuna remains polluted despite crores being spent on cleaning the river, the Supreme Court on Tuesday sought a response from all stakeholders on “what fruitful purpose has been ach

Expressing disappointment over high levels of pollution in the Yamuna, the Supreme Court on Tuesday pulled up the Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh governments for little being done in the past 18 years for cleansing the river despite over `4,400 crores being spent for the purpose.

“All the agencies have spent crores of rupees. What is the purpose? What work has been done ultimately?” said a bench of justices Swatanter Kumar and M.B. Lokur.

Around Rs. 4,400 crore has been spent towards treatment over the last 18 years

The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought an explanation from the Centre, the Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana governments regarding the Yamuna continuing to be highly polluted despite around Rs. 4,400 crore having been spent over the last 18 years towards cleaning the river. Hearing a petition, the Bench of Justices Swatanter Kumar and Madan B. Lokur expressed concern over the enormous spending: “All the agencies have spent crores of rupees. What is the purpose? What work has been done ultimately?” The Bench noted that despite there being as many as 18 sewage treatment plants to treat the effluents, the treated water had “a high rate of pollution”.

Singapore Managed To Clean Its Lifeline In 10 Years But Delhi Is Letting Its Yamuna Die A Slow Death

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