The Bombay high court on Thursday came down heavily on the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for allegedly violating several norms pertaining to Costal Regulation Zone (CRZ) and disturbing w
The multi-storey Shubhada and Sukhada co-op housing societies in Worli, that are in the news for unauthorised alterations made by politicians in flats they own in these buildings, were apparently a
India has aggressive renewable energy targets and industry energy efficiency policies. But it faces significant infrastructure challenges which may derail otherwise good policy.
The Maharashtra government will table the over 690-page report of the Adarsh inquiry commission before the state cabinet.
At a time when the state is reeling under the worst-ever drought in its recent history, about 80% Pimpri-Chinchwad residents are using double the amount of water prescribed in the national norms.
The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) can now push its river restoration as well as construction and development of heritage sites along the Mula-Mutha river projects to completion at the earliest.
Soon, citizens will receive information about water cuts, water bills and other water-related information via text messages or SMS.
Residents of Bhosalenagar believe in leading by example. The mohalla committee of the area has been passionately working towards Pune’s green cause for the last seven years.
The multi-crore rupees dedicated freight corridor (DFC) has received the environment clearance for the section running through the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, in what is possibly the shortest time
The dip in the mercury, over the last few days, has resulted in an increase in the air pollution level in the city.
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