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Pollution control notices issued to 73 units
Ravi S. Singh
The Tribune , Saturday, April 22, 2006

Gurgaon, April 21 The Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) has issued notices to 73 units, including malls, several other shopping and commercial complexes and leading industrial units in Gu ...More


Smaller cities becoming pollution hotspots
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, April 21, 2006

Decline in pollution levels of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata , Ahmedabad and Hyderabad NEW DELHI: Newer and smaller cities are scaling the pollution peak and are more polluted than even some of the met ...More


Towns overtake metros on pollution scale
Chandrika Mago
Times of India , Thursday, April 20, 2006

NEW DELHI: Buzzing Indian towns are slowly but surely becoming gas chambers. Leaving metros behind, towns like Raipur, Kanpur, Lucknow, Indore and Faridabad are topping the air pollution charts. T ...More


Delhi air cleaner: CSE study
Maneesh Pandey
Times of India , Thursday, April 20, 2006

NEW DELHI: The city can breathe a little easy. According to a study conducted by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) on air pollution levels in the city over the past 10 years, the air partic ...More


Going green good move, but auto drivers seek Government’s help
Brahmananda Shasmal
The Indian Express , Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Ahmedabad, April 18: The compulsory conversion of petrol-run auto-rickshaws into CNG mode is a welcome move as far as air pollution is concerned in the city. But for some auto-rickshaw drivers it’s al ...More


New air pollution monitors for Delhi soon
Bindu Shajan Perappadan
The Hindu , Saturday, April 15, 2006

East Delhi, North Delhi and Dwarka to come under surveillance · The actual locations of the monitoring sites are yet to be finalised · The city at present has only three automatic monitoring ...More


Town faces growing pollution
Sudhir Ranjan Dash
The Pioneer , Tuesday, April 11, 2006

With growing industrialisation, the Paradip port town is facing a steep rise in pollution levels. There is a continuous overflow of iron ore, coal wastes and urban sewage through the Taladanda Canal, ...More


Air pollution on the rise
Anima Balakrishnan
The Hindu , Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Emission of pollutants may lead to serious health problems Coimbatore: One of the growing cities, Coimbatore, with its burgeoning vehicle population and congested roads, is beginning to feel ...More


For a Green Kolkata
Soma Mookherjee
The Statesman , Monday, April 10, 2006

KOLKATA, April 9: Complaints voiced in different quarters have forced the state’s social forestry wing into charting out a plan to make Kolkata look green. “Only 2 to 3 per cent of the city is under v ...More


They charge more, they pollute more
C Shamsher
Times of India , Monday, April 10, 2006

CHANDIGARH: When we say Chandigarh would be one of the most pollution-prone cities, there is no smoke without fire. Vehicular population has increased by over 35 to 40 times in the last three deca ...More


7 units sealed for polluting air, water
Our Correspondent
The Tribune , Sunday, April 09, 2006

Sonepat, April 8 Seven industrial units in the Rai belt have been sealed by a team of the pollution control board on Friday for allegedly discharging contaminated water in drain No. 6 and 8 and pollu ...More


Jammu air more polluted than that of Delhi, Kolkata: PCB
S.P. Sharma
The Tribune , Saturday, April 08, 2006

Jammu, April 7 What the Pollution Control Board (PCB) has gifted to people of Jammu on World Health Day today is the report of the city having alarming level of air pollution that surpasses even metr ...More


Time lauds Delhi environmentalists
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Monday, March 27, 2006

New York, March 27: Sunita Narain and Bhure Lal, credited with cleaning up Delhi's air and help build the world's cleanest transport system, are among top environmentalists worldwide whose efforts hav ...More


Time acclaim for Delhi environmentalists
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Monday, March 27, 2006

NEW YORK: Sunita Narain and Bhure Lal, credited with cleaning up Delhi's air and help build the world's cleanest transport system, are among top environmentalists worldwide whose efforts have been hig ...More


Time lauds Delhi environmentalists
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Monday, March 27, 2006

Sunita Narain and Bhure Lal, credited with cleaning up Delhi's air and help build the world's cleanest transport system, are among top environmentalists worldwide whose efforts have been highly commen ...More


Bengal tops pollution hotspot list
Staff Reporter
The Telegraph , Monday, March 20, 2006

New Delhi, March 19: A central Calcutta zone and areas of Howrah are to India what Beijing is to the world: hotspots for an air pollutant that causes respiratory diseases and is produced by motor vehi ...More


Unscientific mining on: Meghalaya PCB
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Monday, March 20, 2006

SHILLONG, March 19 – Mining activities in mineral-rich Meghalaya were being done in an “unscientific and unplanned” manner without any measure for reclamation of mined areas, the Meghalaya State Pollu ...More


Gurgaon’s air highest on nitrogen oxide levels
Aditi Tandon
The Tribune , Monday, March 20, 2006

Chandigarh, March 19 Almost all major developers and commercial giants in Gurgaon are in the dock for contributing to the fast rising nitrogen oxide levels in its air. In a recent crackdown on indust ...More


Breather for residents: pollution’s down
Shankar Bennur
The Indian Express , Saturday, March 18, 2006

Ahmedabad, March 17: FOR Ahmedabad, which was till two years ago ranked the country’s second most polluted city, finally some news that brings some fresh air. Pollution levels in Ahmedabad have stabli ...More


Tackling environmental crisis
Dr Manohar Kalita
The Assam Tribune , Saturday, March 18, 2006

The word ‘environment’ as stated by Encyclopaedia Britannia means the entire range of external influence acting on an organism, both physical and biological and other organism, that is to say, forces ...More


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