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Deposit Rs. 250 Crore For Removing Waste At Landfill Sites NGT To Delhi Government And Civic Bodies

Deposit Rs. 250 Crore For Removing Waste At Landfill Sites NGT To Delhi Government And Civic Bodies

New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday asked the AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) government and civic bodies to deposit Rs. 250 crore in an escrow account to facilitate waste removal from landfill sites, and warned no officer will get salaries if they failed to abide by the directive. A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel said over 28 million tonnes of waste lay at Bhalswa, Ghazipur, and Okhla landfill sites. The waste is contaminating the groundwater, which is ...
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Uttarakhand Plants Over 6.25 Lakh Saplings To Celebrate Onset Of Monsoons With Plantation Drive

Uttarakhand Plants Over 6.25 Lakh Saplings To Celebrate Onset Of Monsoons With Plantation Drive

New Delhi: The state of Uttarakhand celebrated the onset of monsoon by planting over 6.25 lakh trees, with Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat on Tuesday also participating in a tree plantation drive. The plantation drive is being conducted under “Rispana to Rishiparna” campaign, launched for the occasion of Harela festival. Rispana and Rishiparna refer to the start and end points of the plantation drives respectively. Explaining the significance of the festival, Mr. Rawat tweeted, Harela pa...
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A Tweet From Anand Mahindra Led Him To A Big Decision To Ban Plastic Bottles From Boardrooms. Here s

A Tweet From Anand Mahindra Led Him To A Big Decision To Ban Plastic Bottles From Boardrooms. Here s

New Delhi: Anand Mahindra, Chairman of Mahindra Group is popular among Netizens for being proactive on micro-blogging site Twitter, and constantly putting out his views on a wide variety of social and economic issues apart from updating his followers on matters related to his company. Just like putting out any other update on social media, on Tuesday (July 16), Anand Mahindra posted about K.C.M.E.T (K.C. Mahindra Education Trust) scholarship selections and that one tweet and following replies m...
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