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Dead fish surface in Airoli creek; locals blame pollution, fumigation

Civic authorities ruled out the possibility of industrial pollution, and said they had collected water samples to check why fish were washing up dead

Navi Mumbai, India - April 24, 2024:Thousands of dead fish surfacing at Airoli creek in Navi Mumbai, India, on Wednesday, April 24, 2024. (Photo by / HT PHOTO) (HT PHOTO)
Updated on Apr 25, 2024 09:12 AM IST

Pune Metro ropes in industries, IT firms for last-mile connectivity

On Wednesday, the IT service provider firm teamed up with Pune Metro to make commuting easier for its employees while prioritising the environment and workforce well-being

According to Cybage, more than 300 employees are currently using the metro as the service from Kalyaninagar station has recently resumed. (HT PHOTO)
Updated on Mar 21, 2024 05:36 AM IST
BySiddharth Gadkari

Action against industries polluting Buddha Nullah imminent: MC chief

“In line with the state government’s policy, the MC has been directed to cut sewer connections of the 33 industries violating norms and polluting the Buddha Nullah,” PPCB chief Pardeep Gupta said

PPCB officials revealed that they had forwarded a list of non-compliant industries to the MC approximately four months ago. (HT File Photo)
Updated on Mar 09, 2024 05:36 AM IST
BySukhpreet Singh, Ludhiana

Private agri tubewells guzzle over 20% of UP’s power

But the contribution of agricultural pump sets to UP Power Corporation Ltd’s (UPPCL) revenue is significantly lower at just a little more than 9%

‘The Statics at a Glance: 2021-22’, a publication brought out annually by the UPPCL, put private tubewells’ total share in the energy consumption in the state at 20.20% during the year. This rivalled the combined consumption of all industries and institutions, which together consumed only 20.30%. (Pic for representation)
Published on Mar 08, 2024 09:35 PM IST

2023-24 nears end, but Maha spends just 52% of budget

State govt spent 51.73% of ₹7.26 lakh crore budgeted allocations. School education, technical education, and agriculture saw highest expenditure. Expected spending at end of 2023-24 around 80%.

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Updated on Mar 06, 2024 07:34 AM IST
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