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akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaOver past several years, anywhere between 250 and 450 industries have been violating air and water pollution norms, RTI documents obtained from the MPPCB show.Read at: Industries in Madhya Pradesh continue to flout green norms
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaAccording to the reply provided to a Right to Information (RTI) petition filed with the Quality Council of India (QCIL) by Poovulagin Nanbargal, the Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History (SACON) is not accredited with QCIL/ NABET as an EIA consultant. Read at: 'Unaccredited Agency Conducted Green Study for INO Project' - The New Indian Express
rti happenings: New Delhi: CIC pulls up green ministry for ‘misleading’ info on effects of mobile radiation
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaNEW DELHI: The Central Information Commission has pulled up the environment ministry for providing "false and misleading" information that it had conducted no study on the harmful effects of mobile radiations. It has also asked the ministry to explain why it has allowed unrestricted installation of mobile towers and not formulated any policy on it in view of the recommendations by an inter-ministerial group and the World Health Organisation (WHO). Read at: CIC pulls up green ministry for ?misleading? info on effects of mobile radiation - The Times of India
deepsonu posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportHello, i am green card holder . i am studing in privet engineeng institute . i want to know the fee exemption is only in the goverment institute or in both.
karira posted a topic in RTI in MediaNoida activists demand green clearance for mobile towers NOIDA: Though the Noida Authority has announced specific guidelines for telecom towers, city-based environmental activists said the most crucial step in setting up of a mobile tower - seeking clearances from the Pollution Control Board - is missing. "According to an RTI response, none of the towers in Noida or Greater Noida have environmental clearances. We demand that all the towers in the city be checked for valid pollution and environmental clearances," environmental activist, Vikrant Tongad, Social Action for Forests And Environment, said. In a public notice issued on Saturday, the Noida Authority has warned that if not removed within a stipulated period, the mobile phone towers would be forcefully knocked down, and the properties on which they are installed would also face cancellation of allotment. According to officials, all mobile towers in the city are to be installed as per a Noida Authority policy framed in November 2013. The policy states that cell phone towers can be installed in community centres, green belts and shopping centres, but not on roofs of hospitals, schools and nursing homes. They can, however, be set up on the roofs of institutional, industrial and commercial buildings, said officials. In January 2012, the Allahabad High Court had banned the installation of new towers in residential areas, following which, the Noida Authority in November 2013, had formulated the policy and thereafter undertook the relocation of all existing towers from residential areas of the city. "We have been sustaining an awareness campaign against the installation of mobile towers within the proximity of schools, residences, hospitals and more. While these cities are already choc-a-bloc with towers, there are over 200 applications still pending with the authorities who want to set up these towers. We appeal to the citizens as well as the authorities to exercise caution in adding any more towers to these cities," Tongad added. Read More: Noida activists demand green clearance for mobile towers - The Times of India
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaRAJKOT: City-based Right to Information (RTI) and green activist Shailendrasinh Jadeja was on Tuesday presented the 'Paryavaran Rakshak Award' by the Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) in Gandhinagar. Jadeja has been actively using RTI as a tool to expose irregularities in handling solid waste processing and landfill sites at Nakravadi on the outskirts of the city. Read more at: Green activist gets Paryavaran Rakshak award - The Times of India