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Delhi corporations get more teeth to fight dust, can now sweep 1,050km roads daily

Delhi corporations get more teeth to fight dust, can now sweep 1,050km roads daily

NEW DELHI: The corporations got more teeth to combat dust pollution in the city, with the addition of 16 mechanical road sweepers and 40 water sprinkler tanks to their fleet on Friday. The corporations so far had 26 mechanical road sweepers. North Delhi Municipal Corporation will now have 12 mechanical sweepers, the east corporation 10 and the southern body 20. “It is estimated that this fleet will be able to sweep around 1,050km road every day,” a senior official said. All 40 water sprinkler...
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Bachendri Pal to lead clean Ganga expedition

Bachendri Pal to lead clean Ganga expedition

A 40-member team, including 20 women, will undertake a month-long rafting expedition “Mission Ganga” in October, Bachendri Pal, chief of Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF) has said. The team would be led by Ms. Pal, the first Indian woman to climb Mt. Everest. The objective of the “Mission Ganga” is to clean river Ganga and spread awareness on waste management, Ms. Pal said at a press conference here on Thursday. The team will assemble in Delhi on October 3. Ms. Pal said the team would ...
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River pollution: NGT directs States to act

River pollution: NGT directs States to act

Taking suo motu cognisance of a report in The Hindu on the increase in polluted river stretches in the country, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed all States and Union Territories to prepare action plans within two months. Stating that the action plans should aim at improving the polluted stretches for “at least bathing purposes”, a bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel said, “We are of the view that the situation is far from satisfactory and action is required...
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