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Ganeshotsav 2012: Noise reports will be sent to police

Mumbai, Oct 3: Following the furore over the noise pollution levels recorded during this year’s Ganapati festival, the environment department will send all reports to the police with recommendations for strong action against violators.Following the furore over the noise pollution levels recorded during this year’s Ganapati festival, the environment department will send all reports to the police with recommendations for strong action against violators.

PCB to distribute 1,200 clay idols

Vishakhapatnam, Sep 19: State Pollution Control Board authorities are keeping a tab on pollution of water bodies at select points, both in Rajahmun-dry and Kakinada on the eve of immersion of Ganesh idols to mark Ganesh Chaturthi.
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Ganapa goes green

Bengaluru, Sep 18: With Ganesha Pooja approaching, the KSPCB has issued its usual directions about eco-friendly idols and the list of tanks designated for idol immersion.
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Reduced to a civic disaster

Bangalore, Sep 17: For the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB), however, it is time to prepare for the massive idol immersion exercise that follows the festivities. BBMP wants to keep the exercise simple and hassle-free, while KSPCB is keen on keeping lakes free from pollution. 
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Vasco locals demand end to coal pollution

Vasco, Sep 17: The environmental public hearing on the proposed expansion plans of 7.2 MMTPA iron ore export terminal project of theMormugao Port Trust (MPT) had to be postponed on Sunday due to a "technical fault&quot

PPCB raids 14 industries

Patiala, Sep 16: The Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) raided 14 air-polluting industries of Mandi Gobindgarh in the past two days and found six industries violating the air pollution norms.
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'Discharge of effluents polluting Meghalaya'

SHILLONG, Sep 15: The Meghalaya State Pollution Control Board has revealed that about 80 per cent of the pollution in Meghalaya is caused by "indiscriminate discharge" or disposal of

PCB slaps showcause notice on Bhusan Steel

Kolkata, Sep 14:The State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) has issued a show cause to Bhusan Steel Ltd’s sponge iron plant at Dhenkanal.
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Now, it’s illegal iron ore mining in Goa

Goa, Sep 13: Scarcely had the dust kicked up by the controversy over alleged illegal allocation of coal blocks settled, when Parliament sprang another egregious surprise on the last day of the monsoon session. 
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