Nagpur: The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has sounded the death knell to 94 cities in the country where pollution levels are not meeting the set standards. Topping the chart are Maharashtra with
Stakeholders behaviour towards Clean India Mission's new municipal solid waste collection system in Chandrapura City, Central India
<p>The study was carried out to analyze behavioural pattern of stakeholders–inhabitants of Chandrapur city as well as employees of Chandrapur Municipal Corporation (CMC)–towards the “Clean
Increased incidences of groundwater nitrate and its impact on human health especially in infants as blue baby disease, has initiated to determine groundwater nitrate concentration in Chandrapur city of Maharashtra state. Groundwater sampling was carried out at 18 locations from dug wells and bore wells from the study area.
Ever wondered what happens to all the waste you generate and where it goes after it is mindlessly dumped? Reports indicate that a good 99 per cent of people have never bothered or even know what happens thereafter. The responsibility of collection of waste obviously has to rest with the municipal board of the city.
Damaged and caved in, victims of mine collapse still call it home The ground is slipping from under the houses of nearly 200,000 people. Houses are sinking into cavities, some 15 metres deep, left behind by the abandoned mines of Western Coalfield Limited (wcl). The mines are located under a six-kilometre stretch in Maharashtra