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CPCB turns the heat on firecracker units
Vibha Sharma
The Tribune , Thursday, October 21, 2004

New Delhi, October 20 To keep ambient air quality and noise pollution level under control during the forthcoming festival season, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) is taking proactive measur ...More


Have a blast with green Crackers
Staff Reporter
Times Of India , Tuesday, October 19, 2004

NEW DELHI: This Diwali promises to be a 'green' one, what with the police keeping tabs on the decibel levels of fire-crackers. Those crackers which adhere to noise standards will sport a green sticker ...More


Sheila does her bit for a cleaner puja
Staff Reporter
Times Of India , Tuesday, October 19, 2004

NEW DELHI: If soothing agarbattis have been overpowered by ghastly generator fumes at your puja pandal, take heart. Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit has asked private power firms to provide tempora ...More


Proposal to store ore near Kodibag opposed
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Saturday, October 16, 2004

KARWAR, OCT. 15. People of Kodibag near the confluence of the Kali with the Arabian sea, are agitated over the proposal of the Department of Ports to store powdered manganese and iron ore at Alvevad n ...More


TTP to speed up work on effluent treatment plant
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, October 15, 2004

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 14. The Travancore Titanium Products would set up an effluent treatment plant along with a product diversification and production enhancement project within the deadline set b ...More


TTP may contest PCB closure notice
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, October 15, 2004

Thiruvananthapuram , Oct. 14 THE State-owned Travancore Titanium Products Ltd (TTP), the leading manufacturer of anatase grade titanium dioxide in the country, is planning to move the Kerala High Cour ...More


Boycott animal products, urges Collector
Staff Reporter
The Hindu, Saturday, October 09, 2004

BANGALORE, OCT. 8. After Shwetha Sen (name changed) moved here from Mumbai this February, she noticed `leucoderma-like' patches on her forehead. The Mumbai dermatologist she consulted told her it migh ...More


Pollution causing skin problems?
Divya Sreedharan
The Hindu, Saturday, October 09, 2004

BANGALORE, OCT. 8. After Shwetha Sen (name changed) moved here from Mumbai this February, she noticed `leucoderma-like' patches on her forehead. The Mumbai dermatologist she consulted told her it migh ...More


Krishna Iyer urges people to combat pollution
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, October 07, 2004

KOCHI, OCT. 6. The former Supreme Court judge, V.R. Krishna Iyer, has urged the people to exercise their power against the increasing pollution of the environment by industrial units in the State. ...More


Delhi fails to meet pollution control deadline
Sujay Mehdudia
The Hindu, Saturday, October 02, 2004

NEW DELHI, OCT. 1. Putting a question mark over the resolve to wage a battle against air and vehicular pollution, the Delhi Government and other cities including Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata have faile ...More


Green mirage: Delhi's air is murkier
PALLAVI MAJUMDAR
Times of India , Wednesday, September 22, 2004

NEW DELHI: Buses and autos may not be blowing as much smoke into your face now, but that doesn't mean Delhi is breathing easier. Every day, 500-700 private vehicles are added to the city's burden, and ...More


Villages in Cuddalore industrial estate `toxic hot spot'
Our Staff Reporter
The Hindu, Tuesday, September 21, 2004

CHENNAI, SEPT. 20. Twenty thousand residents of 10 villages and several hamlets around the over two decade-old SIPCOT industrial estate near Cuddalore town are exposed to high levels of 22 toxic chemi ...More


Protest with `polluted water'
staff reporter
The Hindu, Tuesday, September 14, 2004

COIMBATORE, SEPT. 13. The residents of Mahadevapuram, Nellithurai Road in Mettupalayam today thronged the Collectorate to draw the attention of the authorities concerned towards the air pollution caus ...More


UNEP and Iraqi Environment Ministry to Assess Key Polluted Sites
Our Staff Reporter
Unep Asia Pacific News, Sunday, September 12, 2004

Nairobi/Geneva, 14 September 2004 ? Environmental 'hot spots' in Iraq are to be investigated as part of a long term plan to clean up the country after well over a decade of instability and conflict, ...More


Clearing the air around the city
staff reporter
Hindustan Times, Wednesday, September 01, 2004

The National Capital Region is stepping on the gas to make the area a cleaner place. Following the example set by Delhi, Noida and Ghaziabad will also set up compressed natural gas stations soon fed b ...More


'Govt needs to invest in public transportation in a big way'
G. Mahadevan
Times of India, Wednesday, August 11, 2004

NEW DELHI: For a city which bears the load of 1.4 crore people, Delhi has to grapple with a host of environmental challenges. Air pollution and water pollution remain two of the major concerns, with c ...More


Ridge area needs protection'
Bharati Chaturvedi
The Hindu, Monday, August 09, 2004

NEW DELHI, AUG. 8. Members of the Citizens for the Preservation of Quarries and Lakes Wilderness (CPQLW), responding to the Government's stand that the essential part of Delhi's natural heritage in th ...More


Green Cos Ready To Go Global: Ficci Survey
Lalit K. Jha
The Financial Express, Wednesday, July 14, 2004

New Delhi, July 13 Environmental companies have significant interest in promoting their products, technologies and services abroad, says a survey conducted by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerc ...More


Light goods vehicles may switch to CNG
staff reporter
The Hindu, Tuesday, June 29, 2004

NEW DELHI, JUNE 28. After the positive results on the environment front following the switchover of public transport vehicles to the eco-friendly CNG, the Delhi Government is now contemplating making ...More


Air pollution linked to hospitalizations in seniors
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Tuesday, March 09, 2004

Lucknow, March 8: More seniors end up in the hospital due to cardiovascular and respiratory diseases on days when air pollution levels rise. That's the conclusion of a large-scale study in the March ...More


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