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Punjab rivers will be pollution free by next year
Alok Singh | Chandigarh
The Pioneer , Friday, October 01, 2010

The rivers passing through Punjab will be free of pollution by next year, said Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal in the Assembly on Thursday. The issue came up during a discussion on pollution ...More


50 per cent traffic cops suffer problems due to noise, air pollution
Alok Singh | Chandigarh
The Pioneer , Friday, September 17, 2010

Regulating traffic in big cities of Punjab has cost dearer to States traffic police personnel who are suffering with problems like difficulty in hearing due to reducing audible range, respiratory pro ...More


Hunt for a prize-winning stove
Ambuj Sagar
Times of India , Friday, September 17, 2010

While technology cannot provide a solution to all developmental challenges, it certainly can make a contribution and does so in rather unanticipated ways. For example, when cellphones began to b ...More


Go for eco-friendly Ganesh idols: JVV
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, September 09, 2010

VIJAYAWADA: In view of the Vinayaka Chaturthi celebrations that are set to commence on Saturday, the Jana Vignana Vedika (JVV) has urged people to opt only for the mini idols of Ganesha made of clay. ...More


Centre's carrot-and-stick policy for States on pollution control
Priscilla Jebaraj
The Hindu , Thursday, September 02, 2010

NEW DELHI: The Central government is attempting to drive the States' fight against pollution with a series of carrot-and-stick measures, many announced on Tuesday at a meeting of Pollution Control Boa ...More


Electric vehicles for Sustainable Transport
DAMANDEEP SINGH
Times of India , Monday, August 23, 2010

The recent high-profile acquisition of a small electric car company by an auto giant seems to have electrified the industry, which has been experiencing robust growth. As the world seeks solutions to ...More


Crackdown on polluting vehicles
Megha Suri Singh and Neha Lalchandani
The Times of India , Friday, August 06, 2010

NEW DELHI: The pressure to contain air pollution levels in the city before the Commonwealth Games seems to have sent the government into a tizzy with the transport department going on an overdrive t ...More


What your car costs the city
TNN
Times of India , Friday, August 06, 2010

Have we ever considered how much our car costs the city? Just think of the roads that need to be expanded, to fill the ever-exploding numbers of vehicles in our city. Delhi has put as much as 23% of i ...More


What your car costs the city
TNN
The Economic Times , Friday, August 06, 2010

Have we ever considered how much our car costs the city? Just think of the roads that need to be expanded, to fill the ever-exploding numbers of vehicles in our city. Delhi has put as much as 23% of i ...More


Soot emissions key factor in global warming: Expert
ANI
Times of India , Friday, July 30, 2010

WASHINGTON: A new study has found that the quickest, best way to slow the rapid melting of Arctic sea ice is to reduce soot emissions from the burning of fossil fuel, wood and dung. According to S ...More


Soot emissions key factor in global warming: Expert
ANI
The Economic Times , Friday, July 30, 2010

WASHINGTON: A new study has found that the quickest, best way to slow the rapid melting of Arctic sea ice is to reduce soot emissions from the burning of fossil fuel, wood and dung. According to S ...More


Smog blankets Moscow on city's hottest day
REUTERS
Times of India , Monday, July 26, 2010

MOSCOW: Moscow sweltered on Monday through its hottest day since records began 130 years ago, as temperatures hit 37.4 degrees Celsius (99.3 degrees Farenheit) sparking peat fires that blanketed the c ...More


Smog blankets Moscow on city's hottest day
REUTERS
The Economic Times , Monday, July 26, 2010

MOSCOW: Moscow sweltered on Monday through its hottest day since records began 130 years ago, as temperatures hit 37.4 degrees Celsius (99.3 degrees Farenheit) sparking peat fires that blanketed the ...More


Berger Paints unit probed for groundwater pollution
IANS
The Economic Times , Tuesday, July 20, 2010

PANAJI: A manufacturing unit of Berger Paints, a major decorative paint manufacturing company in India, is being probed for pollution of ground water in villages near the Pilerne Industrial Estate i ...More


Berger Paints unit probed for groundwater pollution
IANS
Times of India , Tuesday, July 20, 2010

PANAJI: A manufacturing unit of Berger Paints, a major decorative paint manufacturing company in India, is being probed for pollution of ground water in villages near the Pilerne Industrial Estate in ...More


Pollution-affected villagers up in arms
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, July 16, 2010

Anantapur: People in the district, particularly those in Guntakal, Gooty and Uravakonda areas are up in arms against the transporting of iron ore by more than 5000 lorries every day. These heavy vehi ...More


Haryana sets up power plant using biogas from distillery waste
PNS | Chandigarh
The Pioneer , Monday, July 12, 2010

Haryana has taken a leap forward by setting up a 1 MW power plant utilising biogas generated from distillery waste. Power Minister Mahender Partap Singh said that a 1 MW power plant has been commissio ...More


Rs 22 crore spent, yet Taj pollution up
Chetan Chauhan
The Hindustan Times , Friday, July 02, 2010

Air pollution levels around the Taj Mahal are rising again, despite the government having spent Rs. 220 crore trying to reduce them. The level of nitrogen dioxide (NOX) in the area around the Shah Jah ...More


NEERI worried on pollution, health hazards due to shipbreaking
PTI
The Economic Times , Wednesday, June 30, 2010

NAGPUR: The National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) has expressed deep concern over health and environmental hazards caused due to ship breaking at Alang in Gujarat and oth ...More


NEERI worried on pollution, health hazards due to shipbreaking
PTI
Times of India , Wednesday, June 30, 2010

NAGPUR: The National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) has expressed deep concern over health and environmental hazards caused due to ship breaking at Alang in Gujarat and other pla ...More


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