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Oct 25, 2018
Delhi air quality to remain 'very poor' for next two days; pollution levels raised by stubble-burning in Punjab, HaryanaDelhi's air quality on Thursday dipped to 'very poor' barely few days after staying in the 'poor' category. According to System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), the Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi was recorded at 337.
Oct 23, 2018
Delhi smog: Don't blame the farmers for poor air! Stubble-farming is compulsion, not choice when no cheap options existIt is easy to criticise why farmers burn stubble when it equally impacts their health but the major problem is with the small farmers who are at the receiving ends.
Jun 01, 2018
Punjab grapples with fallout of grave ecological disaster as leak from sugar factory kills thousands of fishes in Beas riverIn what could be Punjab’s worst environmental disaster in recent history, a leak from a sugar factory in Gurdaspur has contaminated the Beas river water.
Dec 28, 2017
Delhi HC raps authorities, says city wouldn't have been polluted if authorities 'kept their eyes open'The Delhi High Court has rapped authorities in the city saying had kept their eyes open, the national capital would not have become a "polluting city".
Nov 17, 2017
NGT's reluctance to hold big pharma accountable for polluting Telangana waters unfortunate; body is simply passing the buckThere will be another case, a few more committees, a couple more in-depth studies until the water pollution crisis in Telangana's Patenchuru area turn as toxic as Delhi's air
Aug 07, 2017
CBI registers case against unidentified New Delhi officials after toxins from illegal units lead to two deathsThe CBI has registered a case in connection with toxins released by illegal industrial units in North East Delhi residential areas which purportedly claimed the lives of two people
Mar 11, 2016
Rise of the hashtag: What the 'Kodaikanal won't' saga tells us about media outrageHUL’s thermometer factory at Kodaikanal was by no means the only noteworthy instance of an ecological issue which pitted underprivileged people against large industries or corporate houses.
Dec 30, 2015
Odd-even formula: Despite high court nod, legal challenge persists over AAP govt’s decisionWhile posting the case to 6 January, the court had asked the petitioners that if the government’s guidelines failed to address their grievances they could move the vacation bench even before the scheduled hearing.
Nov 30, 2015
Ten killed in gas poisoning at stainless steel company in ChinaAt least 10 people have been killed in a gas poisoning incident in China's Shandong province. The incident happened on Sunday at a stainless steel company.
Oct 09, 2014
Beijing suffers from heavy smog once again, yellow alert issuedThe 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.