Posts by: Karanvir Singh

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Delhi Government Revokes Centre’s Permission To Cut Trees In Delhi For NBCC Project‬

Delhi Government Revokes Centre’s Permission To Cut Trees In Delhi For NBCC Project‬
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Delhi Chief Minister welcomed this decision to protect the lungs of Delhi and said the government will embark upon massive tree plantation drive with active participation of people in coming weeks‬
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To Retain Its ODF Status, Kanchipuram Identified Over 3300 Dysfunctional Toilets And Made It Functional

To Retain Its ODF Status, Kanchipuram Identified Over 3300 Dysfunctional Toilets And Made It Functional
The problem of dysfunctional toilets in Kanchipuram, which in turn pushes people towards unhygienic and filthy habit of defecating in the open, was a problem the authorities faced in sustaining the ODF status of the district
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Maharashtra Plastic Ban From June 23: All You Need To Know To About Rules, Penalties

Maharashtra Plastic Ban From June 23: All You Need To Know To About Rules, Penalties
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Here’s a complete lowdown on Maharashtra’s plastic ban, which is all set to come into effect from June 23
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To Become ODF By October 2018, Jharkhand Is Now Making Over 3 Lakh Dysfunctional Toilets Functional

To Become ODF By October 2018, Jharkhand Is Now Making Over 3 Lakh Dysfunctional Toilets Functional
To make the remaining 16 districts in the state ODF, the government is now focusing on to fix over three lakh dysfunctional toilets
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Punjab Aims To Combat Air Pollution By Offering Free Plant Saplings Through A Mobile App

Punjab Aims To Combat Air Pollution By Offering Free Plant Saplings Through A Mobile App
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Getting the plant saplings of your choice at the doorstep, that too free of cost, is just a click away in Punjab as the government launched an app – ‘i-Hariyali’ to improve states green cover
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Mumbaikars To Pay ₹5000 For Violating The Plastic Ban, BMC’s Law Panel Rejects Civic Body’s Demand To Reduce Fine To ₹200

Mumbaikars To Pay ₹5000 For Violating The Plastic Ban, BMC’s Law Panel Rejects Civic Body’s Demand To Reduce Fine To ₹200
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A proposal tabled by Mumbai’s civic body earlier this week stated that the consumers caught using the banned plastic items will be fined Rs 200 for the first time, instead of Rs 5000 as per Maharashtra Non-Biodegradable Garbage Control Act, 2006
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Mumbai Plastic Ban: Civic Body Collected 1.42 Lakh Kg Plastic Waste, But Still Unclear On How To Recycle It

Mumbai Plastic Ban: Civic Body Collected 1.42 Lakh Kg Plastic Waste, But Still Unclear On How To Recycle It
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The collection of the existing stock of plastic lying with citizens is not the end of the fight against plastic - BMC also has to recycle the collected plastic - an area in which the corporation is currently lacking
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Maharashtra Plastic Ban: Mumbai’s Civic Body Proposes To Reduce Fine Amount From Rs 5000 to Rs 200 For Consumers

Maharashtra Plastic Ban: Mumbai’s Civic Body Proposes To Reduce Fine Amount From Rs 5000 to Rs 200 For Consumers
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Mumbai’s civic body has proposed a reduction in the fine amount to Rs 200 for first-time offenders of the plastic ban that will be effective from June 23, and termed the Rs 5,000 penalty as "impractical"
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By June 30, All Cities And Towns in Punjab To Become ODF, Thanks To The Swachh Motivators

By June 30, All Cities And Towns in Punjab To Become ODF, Thanks To The Swachh Motivators
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Punjab’s Urban Local Bodies Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu assures that by June 2018, Punjab would be completely free from the menace of open defecation ahead of the october 2, 2018 deadline
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‪Ganga Can’t Be Clean Unless Its Tributaries Like Yamuna Are Clean: Nitin Gadkari‬

‪Ganga Can’t Be Clean Unless Its Tributaries Like Yamuna Are Clean: Nitin Gadkari‬
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The tributaries of both Ganga and Yamuna rivers and all filthy drains causing pollution will be cleaned, and the treated waste water will be used for non-potable purposes‬
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To Go ODF, Residents Of Bihar’s Sitamarhi District Dug Over 56,000 Toilet Pits In A Single Day

To Go ODF, Residents Of Bihar’s Sitamarhi District Dug Over 56,000 Toilet Pits In A Single Day
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Only 21% Sitamarhi residents had access to a toilet before the inception of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in 2014, now the sanitation coverage is almost 80%. Here’s what they are doing to end open defecation
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National Marine Litter Policy: Government Begins Work On An Action Plan To Check Plastic Waste Flowing Into Oceans

National Marine Litter Policy: Government Begins Work On An Action Plan To Check Plastic Waste Flowing Into Oceans
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To stop plastic waste from entering the ocean, the Union Ministry of Earth Sciences will assess the extent and source of marine litter along India's coastline
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Cleanliness, Clean Drinking Water Is Now Jharkhand’s Top Priority: Raghubar Das, CM, Jharkhand

Cleanliness, Clean Drinking Water Is Now Jharkhand’s Top Priority: Raghubar Das, CM, Jharkhand
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Jharkhand’s corporate social responsibility council will spend one percent of its funds to provide cleanliness and clean drinking water to people
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Indian Railways Goes Green, Offers Rs 5 Cashback For Dropping Plastic Bottle In A Crushing Machine At Vadodra Station

Indian Railways Goes Green, Offers Rs 5 Cashback For Dropping Plastic Bottle In A Crushing Machine At Vadodra Station
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In order to minimalise and control the waste of plastic, the railways have installed bottle crushers at the Vadodara railway station with a provision to incentivise the people using it
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