By Dipti Singh
Sumaira Abdulali informs Aaditya Thackeray that Maharashtra has second highest air-pollution related deaths in India
They contain hazardous and banned chemicals, including barium nitrate, banned by the SC in 2018, and also potassium nitrate and sulphur.
By FPJ Bureau
An auto-rickshaw with around a hundred blow-horns stuck on it was kept as a metaphorical symbol of noise pollution across the city.
Mumbai: Awaaz Foundation activist Sumaira Abdulali has written to civic commissioner Ajoy Mehta to declare and notify the area from Reshm...Read More
By Staff Reporter
Mumbai: The popular activist from Awaaz Foundation named Sumaira Abdulali, the woman who identified silence zones in Mumbai and struggled...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
Mumbai: As the festival of Navratri has arrived with its festival buzz, the rules for the noise pollution has been broken once again. Thi...Read More
Mumbai : Honking local trains and announcements at railway stations are major sources of noise pollution in the city, revealed a study by...Read More
Mumbai: Spurred by the support from four leading NGOs, including noted ornithologist and naturalist late Salim Ali’s niece Sumaira Abdula...Read More
With over 3,300 mandals (organising units) arranging ‘Dahi Handi’ events across Mumbai and adjoining areas, policevideo-recorded the comp...Read More
Mumbai: “It’s time we act upon keeping our environment safe and green. We need to address the challenges and accept our responsibilities...Read More