News Topic:J&K State Pollution Control Board

Srinagar’s air quality deteriorating consistently

The air quality in Kashmir has been consistently deteriorating for the past three years, reveals the data compiled by the Jammu and Kashmir Pollution Control Board (PCB).

J-K produces over 51,000 tonnes plastic waste per annum

Jammu and Kashmir is generating over 51,000 tonnes of plastic waste with Kashmir producing 31,000 and Jammu over 20,000 tonnes in a year.

Environment in Khrew & Khonmoh deteriorating

SRINAGAR — The environment of Kashmir valley is degrading day by day due to the pollution emanating from the industries as well as vehicles.Khrew...

Disposable articles banned in J&K

SRINAGAR — State government on Wednesday banned the use of disposable articles in the state.As per the order issued by the government, all disposable...

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NIA chargesheets five in Rajouri attack case

The NIA intensified its efforts to dismantle the militancy network in J&K by charging five individuals in connection with the January 2023 Rajouri attacks.
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Youngest ISPL player from Kulgam fetches Rs 3.20 lakhs in auction

A 14-year-old teenager has emerged as the youngest player to be signed by the Bangalore Strikers in the inaugural Indian Street Premier League (ISPL).

Alleged job fraud leaves Kashmiri youth stranded in Russia-Ukraine war

An alleged job fraud has left a youth from Kashmir’s Awantipora stranded in Russia, where he finds himself caught up in the conflict in Ukraine, fighting for his life.

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Neglected PHC in Pulwama prompts local action, authorities respond

In Arihal village of Pulwama district, a Primary Health Centre building completed in 2016 by the J&K Housing Board stands abandoned, stirring frustration among residents.

Pulwama marriage hall transformed after The Kashmir Pulse’s coverage

A marriage hall in Bellow village of Pulwama district has seen a transformative cleanup effort following the intervention prompted by the coverage on The Kashmir Pulse.