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Shiv Sena holds rally against pollution
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Thursday, March 31, 2005

Ludhiana, March 30 Due to alarming level of pollution in the industrial hub of the state, the Shiv Sena (Hindustan) today took out an awareness rally here and also burnt an effigy of pollution. The e ...More


Stone crushers violate pollution control norms
Ruchika M. Khanna
The Tribune , Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Panchkula, March 29 For several years, 16 stone crushers in the district here have been functioning without obtaining a licence from the Department of Mines and Geology, or without getting a No- Obj ...More


School syllabi to go green, says GCERT
Palak Nandi
The Indian Express , Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Ahmedabad, March 28: IT wonít be long before students of Class V, VI and VII will be able to test the quality of drinking water in their school laboratories. They can check on biological contamination ...More


Setting up norms to protect the Earth
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, March 28, 2005

SITTING ON a straight back rigid iron chair at the British Council in the Capital, Lord Julian Hunt - professor of Climate Modelling in the Department of Space and Climate Physics and the Department o ...More


UK experts want to bring pollution forecast to India
NIRMALA GANAPATHY
The Indian Express , Monday, March 28, 2005

NEW DELHI, MARCH 27: An International group of consultants specialising in forecasting pollution levels for cities across the world now wants to head for India. Lord Julian Hunt, a professor of climat ...More


Breathe easy: Bílore to get air pollution diagnostic centre
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Monday, March 28, 2005

This choking city will soon get a specialised air pollution diseases diagnostic centre. With Bangalore emerging as one of the top 20 polluted Indian cities, the public-sector Gas Authority of India L ...More


Meet April deadline for switch to Euro-III diesel, refineries told
Yoga Rangatia
The Pioneer , Friday, March 25, 2005

Come April, diesel in Delhi will be cleaner. But other polluted small towns will have to wait a while longer for clean air. Air pollution in several of these towns is more critical than Delhi. T ...More


Polluted air trapped over Bihar
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Friday, March 25, 2005

New Delhi, March 24Pollution observed over Bihar by the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) does not originate there but is most likely due to transportation of pollution from western ...More


GAIL, cancer hospital to set up pollution centre in Hyderabad
Staff Reporter
The Hindu Business Line , Thursday, March 24, 2005

Hyderabad , March 23 GAIL (India) Ltd and the MNJ Institute of Oncology, Hyderabad, have decided to jointly set up an air pollution related diagnostic centre here. The centre is one of the 22 that ...More


Air quality monitoring just got a fresh lease of life
Vinita Deshmukh
The Indian Express , Friday, March 11, 2005

IF the Pune Municipal Corporationís (PMC) grand plans of acting as a nodal agency to monitor the cityís air pollution have come a cropper, the advent of an expert from the United States Environmental ...More


Notice to BMC on shoddy waste disposal method
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, March 03, 2005

Acting upon a complaint filed by the MP Pollution Control Board, Chief Judicial Magistrate Anil Kumar Gupta slapped a show cause notice on a Bhopal Municipal Corporation assistant engineer for failing ...More


Need to prevent pollution stressed
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, March 02, 2005

BELLARY, MARCH 1. G. Ramaprasad, senior specialist and former Resident Medical Officer of Wellesely TB and Chest Diseases Hospital, underlined the need to prevent air pollution to health problems. " ...More


Sewage treatment plants also require Pollution board clearance
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Sunday, February 27, 2005

CHENNAI, FEB. 26. Composting plants will require environmental clearance from the Pollution Control Board because they too have discharge and emissions, according to Girija Vaidyanathan, Chairperson, ...More


Air pollution: No respite for Delhiites
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Almost two years after CNG was introduced in Delhi, the Capital's air still remains far from being safe, pollution control experts say, warning it could spell health problems for people suffering from ...More


US faces global warming threat
Staff Reporter
The Telegraph , Monday, February 21, 2005

Washington, Feb. 20 (Reuters): Global warming could stifle cleansing summer winds across northern parts of the US over the next 50 years and worsen air pollution, US researchers said yesterday. Furthe ...More


Kyoto and beyond
Staff Reporter
Business Standard , Sunday, February 20, 2005

Nearly seven years after being agreed upon, the Kyoto protocol has finally come into force from February 16. The protocol is intended to reduce air pollution from greenhouse gases, rekindling hopes th ...More


Air pollution: No respite for Delhiites
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Saturday, February 19, 2005

Almost two years after CNG was introduced in Delhi, the Capital's air still remains far from being safe, pollution control experts say, warning it could spell health problems for people suffering from ...More


1 week extension for pollution drive
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Thursday, February 10, 2005

New Delhi, February 9: The Transport Department has decided to extend their drive against polluting vehicles by another week as per directions of the Chief Secretary. The department had started a week ...More


Throwing new light on a cleaner drive
S. Muralidhar
The Hindu Business line , Sunday, February 06, 2005

EVEN six years ago, vehicular pollution was a non-issue in the country. But as more multinational automobile companies drove in, new technology products were launched, and people became aware of the i ...More


Drive against polluting vehicles intensifies
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, February 03, 2005

NEW DELHI, FEB. 2. After teething troubles on the first day, the Delhi Government today intensified its drive against polluting vehicles entering the Capital. Stating that the drive could not yield ...More


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