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SC slams MCD on Yamuna river pollution

New Delhi, July 11: Terming the MCD as "the biggest polluter" of Yamuna, the Supreme Court today rebuked the civic body for saying that it has nothing to do with the pollution of the river and warned it that all its three commissioners would have to appear before the court if it persisted with its stand. 
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Online monitor for cleaner air

Ranchi, July 10: To make industries more accountable, cement and power plants of Jharkhand will henceforth have to be a part of a mandatory online ambient air quality monitoring system that will help bosses at pollution control offices in Delhi and Ranchi keep track of local ecological changes.
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MPCB issues show-cause notice to 5 industrial units

PUNE, July 9: The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has issued show-cause notices to three industrial units in Ranjangaon and two in Kurkum

Jaipur municipal corporation fails in waste management: Report

Jaipur, July 9: The first spell of monsoon shower brought a huge relief from the blistering summer heat, but along with it came a sordid tale of woes, particularly water-logging and garbage strewn all over.
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Can Bellary become the Bokaro of South?

Bellary, June 30: As the recent Global investors Meet (GIM) demonstrated, investor interest in Bellary continues to remain high, even if it has dipped since GIM-2010 when it bagged quarter of the total investments promised.
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All buildings need to go green by 2020

New Delhi, June 29: All buildings which are supposed to be built by 2020 need guidance in terms of construction methods and obtain environment clearances to ensure that they do not make living conditions difficult, warned Centre for Science and Energy at a briefing in Delhi on Thursday.  
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New pollution norms for hotel industry in Noida

NOIDA, June 27 : To check air and water pollution and waste management in the hotel industry, the UP State Pollution Control Board has decided to make it mandatory for restaurants and hotels across Gautam Budh Nagar to get a No Objection Certificate from it to continue their operations.
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