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<strong>Yamuna</strong> will be brought under Environment Protection Act: Government

Yamuna will be brought under Environment Protection Act: Government

23 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The government has promised to bring the Yamuna under the Environment Protection Act within two months to ensure "free flow of the river".

Yamuna river,   Environment Protection Act,   Indian government,   Ravishankar Prasad,   Yamuna pollution free,   Yamuna River Bed,  
Flood fears ease as Jhelum water level recedes

Flood fears ease as Jhelum water level recedes

26 Jun 2015

Srinagar: Residents of Kashmir Valley heaved a sigh of relief with a dip in the water level of the Jhelum easing flood concerns even as the river continues to flow above the danger mark in the South and Central parts.

Jhelum river,   Jhelum danger mark,   Kashmir rains,   Monsoon,   heavy rains,   Jammu and Kashmir,   latest states news,  
Experts to chalk out plan to tackle rising <strong>pollution</strong> in Delhi

Experts to chalk out plan to tackle rising pollution in Delhi

17 Jun 2015

New Delhi: At a time Delhi is grappling with deteriorating air quality, experts from across the country are coming together to prepare an action plan to improve the scenario. Around 100 experts from the scientific and the academic communities would discuss threadbare the circumstances that led to the situation and try to formulate short-term as well as long-term policies and solutions in this regard.

Delhi pollution,   Air pollution,   Air quality,   Pollution experts,   Delhi air,   Indian Association for Air Pollution Control,   IAAPC,  
Activists go ahead with march for <strong>Yamuna</strong> clean-up

Activists go ahead with march for Yamuna clean-up

17 Mar 2015

Mathura: Spiritual leaders and activists who are taking part in the 'Yamuna Muktikaran Yatra' on Monday rejected Union minister Uma Bharati's plea to them to suspend the march.

Yamuna clean up,   Yamuna river pollution,   Yamuna Muktikaran Yatra,   Uma Bharati,   Yamuna river cleaning,  
 Air <strong>pollution</strong> may damage brain: Study

Air pollution may damage brain: Study

17 Jun 2015

New York: Long-term exposure to air pollution may lead to loss of white matter in the brain, a research has found. White matter in the brain is made of axon cells, which enable the nerves to communicate.

Air pollution,   brain,   pollution,   axon cells,   neurosciences,   Latest health news,  
Flood alert in Kashmir, Jhelum crosses danger mark

Flood alert in Kashmir, Jhelum crosses danger mark

25 Jun 2015

Srinagar: The water level in Jhelum crossed the danger mark at Sangam in South Kashmir early morning today as most parts of the Valley were lashed by incessant rains since yesterday.

Kashmir flood alert,   Kashmir floods,   Jhelum river,   Jhelum danger mark,   Sangam,   South Kashmir,   heavy rains,   latest states news,  
Government launches mobile app to aid Clean Ganga Mission

Government launches mobile app to aid Clean Ganga Mission

24 Jun 2015

New Delhi: The Centre has launched a mobile application, where the public can upload pictures of pollution sources of the Ganga river for further action by the authorities concerned.

Ganga river,   Clean Ganga Mission,   Bhuvan Ganga mobile app,   Bhuvan Ganga portal,   polluted Ganga,   Ganga app,   latest India news,  
Panel on <strong>Yamuna</strong> 'E-flow': Centre calls for consensus among members

Panel on Yamuna 'E-flow': Centre calls for consensus among members

02 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Differences of opinion among the members of a panel set up to decide on the 'Environmental Flow' in Yamuna river has forced the Ministry of Water Resources to ask them to arrive at a consensus so that their report can be submitted to another body set up by the National Green Tribunal (NGT).

Yamuna,   Yamuna River,   National Green Tribunal,   NGT,   ,  
Tampons can identify sewage <strong>pollution</strong> sources in rivers

Tampons can identify sewage pollution sources in rivers

07 Apr 2015

London: Tampons may not be an obvious scientific tool, but engineers from the University of Sheffield in Britain have found in them a new utility - using them to identify the sources from where sewage is discharged into the river.

Tampons,   sewage pollution,   river pollution,   UV light ,  
India, Bangladesh and Teesta <strong>river</strong> agreement

India, Bangladesh and Teesta river agreement

06 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today reached Bangladesh capital Dhaka on his maiden visit to the south Asian nation. During his two-day visit, Modi will hold wide-ranging talks with his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina on the whole gamut of ties and ways to move forward further.

Teesta river agreement,   PM Narendra Modi,   Bangladesh,   India-Bangladesh ties,   War of Liberation,   Land Boundary Agreement (LBA),   Sheikh Hasina,   Modi Bangladesh visit,   Prime Minister of India,   Modi in Bangladesh,   Dhaka ,  

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