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Delhi air Asia’s most polluted
Sonu Jain
Indian Express , Thursday, December 09, 2004

Agra, December 8: This is not going to come as a surprise. New Delhi tops the grim pollution charts released by a World Bank and Asian Development Bank joint study of air pollution for 20 major Asian ...More


Steps sought against pollution
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, December 09, 2004

BELLARY, DEC. 8. Janata Dal (Secular) leaders have urged the Deputy Commissioner to take steps to prevent industrial pollution and transportation of iron ore in Bellary city. Addressing presspersons ...More


Drive against noise, air pollution
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, December 09, 2004

BANGALORE, DEC. 8. The Transport Department is conducting a special drive against noise and air pollution by two-wheelers and three-wheelers with defective silencer in the city. The Transport Commis ...More


Ban on burning foliage, only on paper
Naveen S. Garewal
The Tribune , Friday, December 03, 2004

Chandigarh, December 2 Despite the possibility of a strong punitive action against the violators, burning of leaves and grass continues in many parts of the city causing environmental pollution and p ...More


Air pollution, cigarette smoke fuel lung problems
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, November 30, 2004

CHENNAI, NOV. 29. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, a condition characterised by blocks in the lungs that prevent air movement, is on the increase, fuelled by air pollution and continued exposure ...More


Who controls the Pollution Control Board?
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Friday, November 26, 2004

The West Bengal Pollution Control Board and Kolkata Police deserve to be thanked for having ensured that the festival days are less noisy than usual. Of course, there have been a few cases of violatio ...More


Bengal plans sensory tech watch on polluting sponge iron units
Staff Reporter
The Hindu Business Line , Friday, November 26, 2004

Kolkata. Nov. 25 PERTURBED by the high level of air pollution created by 30 odd sponge iron plants that have come up in the State in the last few years, the West Bengal Pollution Control Board is pl ...More


Pollution harms the ‘unborn’
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Harmful atmospheric pollutants can cross the placenta to reach the developing foetus, researchers in the United Kingdom have confirmed. They presented their findings at a recent conference in London t ...More


Pollution levels continue to cause concern
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, November 22, 2004

HYDERABAD, NOV. 21. Though there is a decreasing trend in noise and air pollution during Deepavali, pollution levels continued to be above the national standards if the measurements made by the Andhra ...More


Check water, air pollution
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Saturday, November 20, 2004

PERAMBALUR, NOV. 19. The district unit of the Congress has urged the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board to initiate action to check water and air pollution in Ariyalur caused by the State Government-o ...More


Delhi can’t breathe easy
Staff Reporter
Indian Express , Thursday, November 18, 2004

New Delhi, November 17: Delhi may well have reduced air pollution levels in the last few years, but new challenges are threatening to undo the good work in the absence of sustained initiative in this ...More


Less pollution this Diwali
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Wednesday, November 17, 2004

AHMEDABAD: If you felt that the noise and air pollution levels in the city went down during Diwali as compared to last year, you may have "sniffed" it right. State pollution control authorities confir ...More


Sound Diwali bad for ears
Abantika Ghosh
Times of India , Wednesday, November 17, 2004

NEW DELHI: After celebrations, it’s time for the aftermath. Diwali, the festival of light and more than that, sound, has left ENT doctors in the city with their hands full. Patients with various degre ...More


Noise,pollution level were higher this Diwali:Study
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Monday, November 15, 2004

NEW DELHI: Trashing the 'No Cracker Campaign' Delhiites celebrated Diwali with even more aplomb than last year. Though noise levels have increased marginally since last year, air pollution has gone up ...More


People told to protect environment
Staff Correspondent
The Hindu , Thursday, November 11, 2004

CHITRADURGA, NOV. 10. The Deputy Commissioner, S.R. Umashankar, has called upon the people to protect the environment. Inaugurating a campaign to mark "Air Pollution Prevention Month" here on Tuesda ...More


Dikshit dismayed over state of environment
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, November 11, 2004

Delhi is woefully short of targets when it comes to protecting its environment. Yamuna flows as dirty as ever and the greenery is not impressive. These facts came to light as Chief Minister Sheila Dik ...More


Keep the celebrations clean
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times , Thursday, November 11, 2004

While Diwali is still two days away, the air pollution level in the city is already on the rise. The thick smog that envelopes the city in the morning is clear evidence of this condition.In spite of t ...More


Chock-a-block with pollutants
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, November 10, 2004

VISAKHAPATNAM, NOV. 9. City-dwellers are subject to a variety of pollutants, the major ones being water, air and sound. Water pollution has some effective remedies and noise rising to cacophonous leve ...More


Shopkeepers to push eco-friendly crackling fare
Teena Thacker
The Pioneer , Tuesday, November 09, 2004

This diwali, shopkeepers selling firecrackers in the Capital are playing a twin role, that of shopkeepers and of 'teachers.' This is because they have taken it upon themselves to educate the customers ...More


U.S. grant for schemes to check indoor air pollution
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, November 09, 2004

NEW DELHI, NOV. 8. The United States today announced two grants amounting to $230,000 for community-based programmes to reduce indoor air pollution from household energy use in India. The two pilot ...More


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