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Punjab CM urges his Himachal counterpart to check Ghaggar <strong>river</strong> <strong>pollution</strong>

Punjab CM urges his Himachal counterpart to check Ghaggar river pollution

15 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday urged his Himachal Pradesh counterpart Virbhadra Singh to jointly put up an effective monitoring mechanism for the cleaning up of Ghaggar river. In a letter to Virbhadra Singh the Punjab Chief Minister informed him about the deterioration of the water quality of Ghaggar in Punjab, an official release said.

Punjab CM,   Parkash Singh Badal,   Himachal Pradesh CM,   Virbhadra Singh,   Ghaggar river Ghaggar pollution,   ,  
Immediate steps sought to check industrial <strong>pollution</strong>

Immediate steps sought to check industrial pollution

17 Sep 2014

Puducherry: AINRC MLA Ashok Anand on Tuesday called upon the administration to take immediate steps to prevent chemical industries from "indiscriminately discharging industrial effluents" considering the safety of sub soil water in the neighbouring coastal village of Kalapet.

Industrial pollution,   Chemical factories,   AINRC MLA,   Ashok Anand,   Water pollution,   Environmental damage,   ,  
Gogoi urges Modi to take up Brahmaputra dam issue with Chinese President

Gogoi urges Modi to take up Brahmaputra dam issue with Chinese President

18 Sep 2014

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Thursday requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take up the issue of construction of dams on the Brahmaputra River by China with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Tarun Gogoi,   Brahmaputra River,   Xi Jinping,   Narendra Modi,   Assam CM,   Indian PM,   peace talks,  
Green norms to be made more stringent for industry: Javadekar

Green norms to be made more stringent for industry: Javadekar

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Expressing concern over rising industrial and vehicular pollution in the country, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday said he wanted to make green norms more stringent for the industry and strengthen regulations for diesel vehicles. The minister, however, told the industry that the government would be "practical" in its approach and business leaders would be consulted before framing any rules in this regard.

Green norms,   stringent for industry,   Prakash Javadekar,   BJP,   Environment minister,   pollution,   Rules,  
Uma Bharti seeks FRI's help in cleaning Ganga

Uma Bharti seeks FRI's help in cleaning Ganga

16 Sep 2014

Dehradun: Union Minister for Water Resources Uma Bharti on Tuesday asked the Forest Research Institute and the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education here to pool in their vast resources and expertise for the restoration of Himalayan ecology and rejuvenation of the Ganga.

Uma Bharti,   FRI,   River Ganga,   Ganga cleaning,   Union Minister,   Forest Research Institute,   FRI,   Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education,  
Army has been our saviour, says flood victims of Jammu villages

Army has been our saviour, says flood victims of Jammu villages

15 Sep 2014

Surya Chak (Jammu): For the people of this hamlet situated barely a few kilometres from Jammu, it is the Army which came as a saviour after the flash floods in river Tawi ravaged their homes.

flash floods,   river Tawi,   Jammu villages,   Surya Chak,   Government High School,   Tawi Island,   army ,  
Flood-like situation in Vadodara, Vishwamitri <strong>river</strong> in spate

Flood-like situation in Vadodara, Vishwamitri river in spate

10 Sep 2014

Vadodara: Over two lakh people in the city are facing a flood-like situation as the Vishwamitri river here has swelled due to incessant rains in catchment areas and inundated residential colonies in its vicinity.

Vadodara,   Vishwamitri river,   Vadodara Municipal Corporation,   Hitendra Patel,   Panigate,   Karlibaugh,   Mandvi ,  
5 students dead as school van plunges into <strong>Narmada</strong> <strong>river</strong>

5 students dead as school van plunges into Narmada river

05 Aug 2014

Narmada (Gujarat): At lest five teenaged students died when a school van plunged into Narmada river off a bridge near Gora village in Narmada district of Gujarat on Monday.

school van plunged,   Narmada river,   Gora village,   Narmada district,   Gujarat ,  
Lack of effective flood control measures led to calamity in J&K: Experts

Lack of effective flood control measures led to calamity in J&K: Experts

13 Sep 2014

Srinagar: It has been revered as the lifeline of Kashmir Valley, but River Jehlum has in the last fortnight revealed its most horrific face, unseen by generations, as it ravaged a large part of Srinagar city. Experts feel that encroachment of water bodies, unplanned urban development and failure to put in place effective flood control measures during all these years are to be blamed for the huge impact of the calamity.

Jhelum river,   J&K floods,   J&K rescue operations,   Mother river,   Unplanned urban development,   Encroachment,   J&K CM,   Omar Abdullah ,  
India, Germany to cooperate in skill development, <strong>river</strong> cleaning

India, Germany to cooperate in skill development, river cleaning

08 Sep 2014

New Delhi: India and Germany agreed to prepare a roadmap for cooperation in skill development, solid waste management and cleaning of rivers as visiting Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier met Prime Minister Narendra Modi who described the two nations as "made for each other".

India,   Germany,   Skill development,   solid waste management,   cleaning of rivers,   Foreign Minister,   Frank Walter Steinmeier,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,  

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