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Air <strong>pollution</strong> increases <strong>river</strong>-flows: Study

Air pollution increases river-flows: Study

07 Oct 2014

London: Air pollution has had a significant impact on the amount of water flowing through many rivers in the northern hemisphere, a new study has found.

Air pollution,   river-flows,   aerosols,   environment,   climate change,  
Harsh Vardhan asks LG to ensure noise <strong>pollution</strong>-free Diwali

Harsh Vardhan asks LG to ensure noise pollution-free Diwali

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday wrote to Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung urging him to ensure that the national capital celebrates a noise-pollution free Diwali.

Harsh Vardhan,   Union Health Minister,   Delhi Lieutenant Governor,   Najeeb Jung,   Noise-pollution free Diwali ,  
Thick polluted fog engulfs Beijing; Government issues yellow alert

Thick polluted fog engulfs Beijing; Government issues yellow alert

09 Oct 2014

Beijing: The highly polluted fog is back again to haunt the Chinese capital as the government issued a yellow alert for air pollution for the next three days advising residents to take a number of precautions.

Thick fog,   Smog,   Pollution,   China pollution,   Yellow alert,   Air pollution,  
NGT imposes Rs 5 crore fine on Simbhaoli Sugar Mills for polluting Ganga

NGT imposes Rs 5 crore fine on Simbhaoli Sugar Mills for polluting Ganga

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Taking a stern view on release of effluents into Ganga, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday directed Simbhaoli Sugar Mills to pay a compensation of Rs 5 crore for "intentionally avoiding to discharge their social corporate responsibility" and polluting the river.

NGT,   fine,   Simbhaoli Sugar Mills,   Ganga,   National Green Tribunal,   compensation,   Ganga pollution,  
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,   ,  
India to develop <strong>river</strong> port in Bangladesh

India to develop river port in Bangladesh

07 Oct 2014

Agartala: India would develop a river port in Bangladesh to ferry essentials, foodgrain and heavy machinery to northeast region from different parts of the country and abroad, an Indian diplomat said here on Tuesday.

river port in Bangladesh,   heavy machinery,   northeast region,   Indian diplomat,   ,  
Rejuvenating Yamuna on high priority: Najeeb Jung

Rejuvenating Yamuna on high priority: Najeeb Jung

14 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung chaired the first meeting of the multi-agency centre on Yamuna and said rejuvenating the river would be high on the priority of the city government.

Najeeb Jung,   Rejuvenating Yamuna,   Yamuna river,   BJP,   AAP,   Delhi government,   ,  
Avoid air <strong>pollution</strong> to manage asthma

Avoid air pollution to manage asthma

01 Oct 2014

Toronto: A simple change in your lifestyle to avoid air pollution can help manage asthma problems, shows a study.

air pollution,   asthma,   lifestyle,   asthma problems,   asthma symptoms,  
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 ,  
Rio begins work to clean Olympic sailing waters

Rio begins work to clean Olympic sailing waters

11 Oct 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state water utility, Cedae has begun work on a new sewage system designed to reduce pollution at the 2016 Olympic sailing venue.

Rio de Janeiro,   Brazil,   state water utility,   Cedae,  sewage system,   pollution,   2016 Olympic,   sailing venue,  

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