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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Bhopal: Ban on polythene carry bags from May 1 to save ‘Gaumata’
The Free Press Journal

BHOPAL: As part of its campaign to protect the ‘Gaumata’, the state government has decided to ban polythene in the state. The use of polythene carry bags would become illegal from May 1. The decision was taken by the state cabinet on Tuesday with a v more....

Madhya Pradesh bans plastic and polythene bags from May 1 as they kill cows
Scroll. In

The use of plastic or polythene bags will be prohibited in Madhya Pradesh from May 1 as, according to the government, their consumption leads to cow deaths. “The cows eat polythene/plastic bags, which leads to their death. Banning of polythene use wi more....

Kerala among worst affected by marine litter in the world
The New Indian Express

KOCHI: Microplastic litter might sound like wonkery. Something foreign. Something that could manifest only on the grubby Haina beach, Dominican Republic, or the putrid banks of the Ganges. Think again! Thanks to the consummate litterbugs in the more....

Climate change is priority area for T’gana government: DG
India. Com

Hyderabad, Apr 11 (PTI) Adapting to climate change is a priority for the Telangana government and all development projects are being examined from the view point of their climate friendliness, a senior official said here today. Climate change is a p more....

Climate change scientists to drill through world's highest glacier using drill adapted from a car wash
India Today

Climate change scientists from the UK are all hopeful of becoming the first team to drill through the world's highest glacier located in the foothills of Mount Everest. The team, led by Duncan Quincey from the University of Leeds in the UK, will spe more....

Plastic carry bags to be banned in State from May 1
The Hitavada

Shivraj Cabinet has decided to ban plastic carry bags in the State from May 1. In compliance to the order of the National Green Tribunal (NGT), the Cabinet has given approval to Madhya Pradesh Bio Indestructible Waste (Control) Amendment Bill-2017 fo more....

Manickal panchayat leads the way in plastic recycling
The Times of India

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Manickalgrama panchayat is well on its way to become the first village panchayat in the district to set up a plastic recycling unit. The panchayat has got into an agreement with Santhigiri ashram to set up a recycling unit on ashr more....

Three notorious tiger poachers arrested
The Hitavada

Forest Department’s State-level Tiger Strike Force has arrested three poachers from Uchehara of Satna district on Monday. CBI team was searching these poachers since last three years. STF team arrested tiger poachers, including Rokin, Tiliya and Tyoh more....

Three tiger poachers held in MP
Press Trust of India

Bhopal, Apr 11 (PTI) The Tiger Strike Force of Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has arrested three persons wanted in tiger poaching cases in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, an official said today. The three accused, identified as Rokin, Tiliya and more....

Blackbuck population thrives in Moyar Valley
The Hindu

The population of Blackbuck, a type of Indian antelope, seems to have seen a significant increase in the last couple of decades in the Moyar Valley, pointing to increased protection of the species by the Forest Department. The Blackbuck population, more....

Three tiger poachers held in MP
India Today

Bhopal, Apr 11 (PTI) The Tiger Strike Force of Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has arrested three persons wanted in tiger poaching cases in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, an official said today. The three accused, identified as Rokin, Tiliya and T more....

3 tiger poachers get FCR, to be taken to Melghat
The Times of India

NAGPUR: The three poacherswanted in the killing of tigers at Masondi in Melghat have been remanded to forest custody (FCR) till April 21 by chief judicial magistrate (CJM) DP Ragit on Tuesday. The accused poachers were identified as RokinJerPatlep more....

Mongooses rescued from demolition site
The Times of India

Navi Mumbai: Two captive mongooses were rescued from sector 5 in Kharghar, where demolitions were being carried out by Cidco on Monday. "Some noticed that a large cage with two mongooses was kept in the open during the demolition of unauthorized s more....

Madhya Pradesh To Ban Plastic/Polythene Carry Bags From May 1 To Protect Cows
Outlook

On Tuesday, Madhya Pradesh government decided to ban plastic/polythene carry bags across the state from May 1 saying that its consumption results in large number of cow deaths. "The state cabinet, chaired by the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan more....

STATE GOVT BANS PLASTIC BAGS FROM MAY 1 IN MP
The Pioneer

Madhya Pradesh Government on Tuesday decided to ban plastic/polythene carry bags across the State from May 1 saying that its consumption has resulted in large number of cow deaths. “The State Cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan more....

Madhya Pradesh bans plastic/polythene bags from May 1
The Economic Times

BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh government today decided to ban plastic/polythene carry bags across the state from May 1 saying that its consumption results in large number of cow deaths. "The state cabinet, chaired by the chief minister Shivraj Singh Cho more....

Madhya Pradesh: No plastic or polythene bags from May 1
The Indian Express

Plastic or polythene bags will be banned in Madhya Pradesh from May 1. As the consumption of plastic bags causes a large number of cow deaths, the government chaired by the Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has approved the proposal of imposing th more....

Illegal e-waste industries polluting Ganga tributaries: CPCB tells NGT
India. Com

New Delhi, April 11 (IANS) Several illegal e-waste industries operating in Uttar Pradesh are polluting the Ramganga, a major tributary of the Ganga, by dumping waste into it, a joint inspection report told NGT on Tuesday. The report jointly filed by more....

MP to ban plastic bags to save cows
The Times of India

BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh government decided on Tuesday to ban plastic and polythene bags across the state from May 1, saying it is leading to cow deaths and polluting the environment. However, the government didn't specify if plastic bags of a c more....

UP govt failed to act agst illegal e-waste units: CPCB to NGT
India Today

New Delhi, Apr 11 (PTI) The Uttar Pradesh government has failed to act against closure of illegal e-waste industries on the banks of Ramganga in western UP, Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) today informed the National Green Tribunal. The apex more....

Madhya Pradesh bans plastic bags citing cow deaths
Live Mint

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh government on Tuesday decided to ban plastic/polythene carry bags across the state from 1 May saying that its consumption results in large number of cow deaths. “The state cabinet, chaired by the chief minister Shivraj Singh C more....

To protect cows, Madhya Pradesh government bans plastic bags from May 1
The New Indian Express

BHOPAL: In a move largely aimed at protecting cows in the State, the Madhya Pradesh government decided on Tuesday to ban the use of plastic carry bags from May 1, 2017. The move was among a slew of decisions cleared by the State cabinet chaired by more....

Citing cow deaths, Madhya Pradesh government bans polythene bags
The Indian Express

More than three years after the National Green Tribunal recommended a ban on polythene to protect the environment, the Madhya Pradesh government on Tuesday announced a complete ban on polythene carry bags from May 1. The BJP government, however, cite more....

Madhya Pradesh to ban plastic bags to save cows
DECCAN CHRONICLE

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Cabinet on Tuesday decided to ban the use of polythene and plastic bags in the state from May 1 to arrest growing trend of cattle deaths, caused by consumption of the synthetic product. Use of polythene and plastic carry bags more....

Plastic bags banned in MP to save cows
The Times of India

Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh government on Tuesday decided to ban plastic and polythene bags across the state from May 1, saying it is leading to cow deaths and polluting the environment. However, the government did not specify if plastic bags of a cer more....

Climate change is priority area for Telangana government: DG
Telangana Today

Hyderabad: Adapting to climate change is a priority for the Telangana government and all development projects are being examined from the view point of their climate friendliness, a senior official said here on Tuesday. Climate change is a priority more....

Yesterdays News (Tuesday, April 11, 2017 )
HIMACHAL TO CONSTITUTE ECO TASK FORCES TO CULL MONKEYS
CEOs hold underwater conference in Thiruvananthapuram
25 polluting units sealed in Loni
Noise pollution, particulate matters exceed limit in Delhi
Noise pollution exceeds limits in 7 cities: Centre
Government moving too slow on pollution problem, fear experts
Task force to undertake monkey culling
Noise, air pollution exceed limit in Delhi, says Anil Dave
Poisoning killed nearly 500 vultures in 4 years in State
Foreign studies on deaths due to pollution not correct: Government
Eco task forces to cull monkeys
Soon, special task force to cull vermin monkeys in Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh to start culling vermin monkeys
CEOs go under the ocean to brainstorm on global warming
15,000 trees cut in Delhi since 2014 for development works: Govt
CEOs take a dive to protect marine life
Noise, air pollution exceed limit in Delhi, says Anil Dave
Eco task force for scientific culling of monkeys in Himachal
Dead deer stuffed in car boot, 2 held
New turtle sub-species spotted in Ganga
INDUSTRIAL WASTE FINDS ITS WAY TO INDRAYANI BANK
Noise levels alarmingly high in Chennai, says Centre’s recent stats
Let’s bowl them over
First-time sighting of Greater Flamingo at Ambazari lake thrills bird watchers
Mangrove loss endangers Rusty-Spotted Cat in AP
Conservation efforts bear fruit as NilgiriTahr numbers go up
Now post offices, Bangalore One centres to accept e-waste in the city
Deer hunt haunts Jharkhand’s Hazaribag wildlife sanctuary, two held
Plea on noise pollution disposed of
Wild animals falling prey to hunters
Madhya Pradesh wildlife STF arrests poachers who killed 20 tigers
Wildlifers call for joint efforts for tiger protection
Three tiger poachers arrested in MP
Foreign studies on deaths due to pollution not correct: Government
Noise pollution exceeds permissible limits in 7 cities: Govt
Nepal's rhinos on road to recovery with cross-country move
Three arrested in international tiger poaching case in Madhya Pradesh

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