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Apr 12, 2018
Hyderabad can generate 1,730 MW of rooftop solar power becoming a leader in this category: StudyAs of December 2017, only six out of 29 states and seven Union Territories are complying with the Central government's Renewable Energy Purchase Obligation (RPO) targets.
Mar 25, 2018
Yagya in Meerut against polluted air: Pollution control boards need empowering, selective disdain won't clean up environmentThe yagna in Meerut against air pollution has evoked strong reactions. However, for a lasting solution, a structural framework and implementation of laws is needed.
Mar 06, 2018
South India gasps as 13 cities report toxic air, at least 26 more record particulate levels higher than safe standardsAs the Centre plans to clean the air in 13 south Indian cities, 26 more cities spread across four south Indian states reported annual particulate pollution levels higher than the national safe standards.
Mar 01, 2018
Greenpeace warns of 'dangerously' high radiation levels in two towns near disaster-hit nuclear plant in FukushimaGreenpeace, on Thursday, said towns in Fukushima prefecture, close to the disaster-hit nuclear power plant, were exposed to excessive levels of radiation, almost 100 times greater than safe levels.
Feb 05, 2018
'Airpocalypse': Not just Delhi, 8 of every 10 Indian cities breathe toxic air; is National Clean Air Programme the answer?People in eight of every 10 Indian cities breathe toxic dust particles, air (PM10) at levels exceeding national safety limits, according to a recent report.
Jan 30, 2018
'Airpocalypse': Greenpeace report finds 47 million Indian children live in areas with poor air qualityAround 47 million children in India under five years of age reside in areas where particulate matter levels exceed the prescribed limits, says a report.
Dec 11, 2017
Narendra Modi accuses Pakistan of interfering in Gujarat polls: Congress was pioneer of 'foreign hand' theoryThe unfounded allegations of a "foreign hand" meddling in India's internal affairs have been as old as the Indian State itself.
Oct 06, 2017
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: 27,000 tickets given away to avoid 2010 Commonwealth Games 'embarasment'The Under-17 World Cup marks India's first attempt at hosting a FIFA tournament, but sales for the high-profile event have been poor, despite some seats costing less than a dollar.
Sep 21, 2017
Greenpeace activists attempt to stop a consignment of "toxic" Volkswagen diesel cars to UKGreenpeace said its volunteers had used kayaks and boats to board the ship in the Thames Estuary.
Sep 17, 2017
Sardar Sarovar Dam signals 'ruin' of 10,000 hapless farmers, says GreenpeaceGreenpeace India on Sunday condemned the inauguration of Sardar Sarovar Dam on the Narmada river, saying it signals "ruin" and not development of 10,000 hapless and poor farmers.