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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

India, Nepal, Bhutan join hands for mapping tigers
The New Indian Express

NEW DELHI: India, Nepal and Bhutan are set to start a joint exercise for mapping of tigers and their habitats in high altitude ranges as none of the Census has so far done a comprehensive assessment of the presence of big cats at an altitude above 10 more....

HC Notice To State On Polythene Ban
The Pioneer

Hearing the PIL filed against polythene ban in the State, the Jharkhand High Court on Monday issued notices to State Government and Municipal Corporation giving four weeks’ time to file a counter affidavit. Challenging the polythene ban in the State more....

Separate pollution board to monitor Bengaluru in the offing
The Times of India

Bengaluru: Spiralling levels of pollution in Bengaluru have prompted lawmakers to contemplate setting up a separate pollution control board for the megacity. With various studies indicating that the situation is alarming, the issue of having an ex more....

Illegal sand mining threatens winter habitat of black-necked Tibetan cranes in Tawang
Scroll. In

Persistent illegal sand and gravel mining in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, threatens one of the two known Indian winter habitats of black-necked cranes that fly in from Tibet at the end of every year. Local activists awaiting the return of the cranes t more....

Mystic Mantra: Spiritual cure for air pollution
The Asian Age

Right from the capital to all the metropolitan cities in India, air pollution has engulfed the entire country. This is due to human misconduct, like vehicle emissions, heavy industries, construction and residential fuel burning. Thus, the polluted ai more....

Pollution in Delhi should Wake us up to the Problem in Jammu and Kashmir
Kashmir Reader

The pollution level in and around Delhi has touched new heights and has crossed all limits. In fact, it was reported that Delhi was virtually converted into a gas chamber few days back and the denizens of this city are living in an extremely polluted more....

AIPMA demands one law for plastic waste management in country
The Indian Express

Blaming poor implementation of existing rules, the All India Plastic Manufacturers’ Association (AIPMA) has demanded one law, on the lines of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), for plastic waste management across the country. It has also said ban on p more....

AIPMA demands one law for plastic waste management in country
The Indian Express

Blaming poor implementation of existing rules, the All India Plastic Manufacturers’ Association (AIPMA) has demanded one law, on the lines of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), for plastic waste management across the country. It has also said ban on p more....

Ban on plastic in Maharashtra: Manufacturers’ body calls it impractical
The Hindustan Times

The All India Plastic Manufacturers’ Association (AIPMA) has opposed the government’s plan to ban plastic bags in the state from March, urging the state to work with them towards plastic waste management instead. The state government has announced a more....

Every third child in Delhi has impaired lungs, says study
Deccan Chronicle

New Delhi: Every third child in Delhi has impaired lungs, a research and advocacy body here said today in a new study, which also probes some of the yet-unexplored links between air pollution and a person's mental health. The study has come a few da more....

30% premature deaths in India due to air pollution: CSE Report
The Economic Times

NEW DELHI: Highlighting major links between environment and health, a study released here on Monday held lifestyle diseases like obesity, mental health, cancer and heart diseases to count a few, as the major killers in India. Revealing the links of a more....

Every third child in Delhi has impaired lungs, says study
Deccan Chronicle

New Delhi: Every third child in Delhi has impaired lungs, a research and advocacy body here said today in a new study, which also probes some of the yet-unexplored links between air pollution and a person's mental health. The study has come a few da more....

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