Diwali Crackers


'Diwali Crackers' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court To Hear Plea In January On Pollution Caused By Stubble Burning

    Supreme Court To Hear Plea In January On Pollution Caused By Stubble Burning

    The Supreme Court had in October 23 allowed the public to burst firecrackers from 8 pm to 10 pm only on Diwali and other festivals.

  • Delhi Air Pollution Highlights: Thick Smog Grapples Delhi After Diwali

    Delhi Air Pollution Highlights: Thick Smog Grapples Delhi After Diwali

    As Delhi continues to grapple with rising air pollution, the air quality slipped to "very poor" category on Diwali night on Wednesday. A thick haze engulfed the city as Delhiites continued to burst firecrackers long after the deadline set by the Supreme Court. The overall Air Quality Index was recorded at 302 at 11 pm, which fell in the very poor c...

  • Delhi Plunges Into Thick Smog As Many Skirt Diwali Cracker Curbs

    Delhi Plunges Into Thick Smog As Many Skirt Diwali Cracker Curbs

    Delhi's air quality nosedived towards the "very poor" category Wednesday night as people violated a Supreme Court order and burst firecrackers before and after the 8 pm to 10 pm timeframe in many areas, authorities said.

  • Tamil Nadu To Burst Crackers For An Hour Each On Diwali Morning, Evening

    Tamil Nadu To Burst Crackers For An Hour Each On Diwali Morning, Evening

    After the Supreme Court allowed all southern states to burst firecrackers for two hours anytime on Diwali day, modifying its order that restricted the use of "safe and green" firecrackers from 8 pm to 10 pm to tackle air pollution, the Tamil Nadu government has fixed two time slots for Diwali -- between 6 am and 7 am, and 7 pm to 8 pm.

  • Southern States Can Burst Crackers Anytime, For 2 Hours: Supreme Court

    Southern States Can Burst Crackers Anytime, For 2 Hours: Supreme Court

    All southern states can burst firecrackers anytime in the day, for two hours, the Supreme Court said today, modifying its last week's order that restricted the use of "safe and green" firecrackers from 8 pm to 10 pm on Diwali to tackle air pollution.

  • Safer Firecrackers On Diwali, 8 To 10 pm Only, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    Safer Firecrackers On Diwali, 8 To 10 pm Only, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    The Supreme Court today did not ban firecrackers but restricted its use to tackle concerns about deadly pollution in Delhi and other cities. The top court allowed "safe and green" crackers from 8 pm to 10 pm on Diwali, when fireworks add to toxic smog in Delhi, the world's most polluted city according to a WHO report. No "low-emission" firecrackers...

  • Supreme Court Allows Sale, Use Of Safer Firecrackers With Conditions: Highlights

    Supreme Court Allows Sale, Use Of Safer Firecrackers With Conditions: Highlights

    As pollution in Delhi reaches levels unimaginable, the Supreme Court allowed sale and use of firecrackers with stringent conditions. On Diwali, crackers will be allowed for two hours, from 8 pm to 10 pm, the court said. With the government now pushing new initiatives to curtail hazardous air, a petition called for the countrywide ban citing the il...

  • As Delhi Dodged Diwali Cracker Ban, Pollution Soared 5 Times Safe Limit

    As Delhi Dodged Diwali Cracker Ban, Pollution Soared 5 Times Safe Limit

    Though the air was cleaner this Diwali compared to last year when the government had to declare an "emergency situation", the air pollution in the national capital on Thursday soared to alarming levels, reaching as much as five times over the safe limit due to bursting of firecrackers despite a Supreme Court ban on their sale in Delhi-NCR, accordin...

  • What's Ramraj Without Diwali Crackers: Madhya Pradesh Minister Bhupendra Singh's 'Invite'

    What's <i>Ramraj</i> Without Diwali Crackers: Madhya Pradesh Minister Bhupendra Singh's 'Invite'

    Residents of Delhi and neighbouring areas who want to burst firecrackers this Diwali have an open invitation from the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh. State Home Minister Bhupendra Singh today promised to make arrangements for Delhiites who want to come over for the festival, saying bursting crackers in state capital Bhopal on one day would not da...

  • With Diwali Crackers As Cover, Bengaluru Businessman Shot 6 Times

    With Diwali Crackers As Cover, Bengaluru Businessman Shot 6 Times

    A gunman in Bengaluru used fireworks on Diwali as cover to shoot a businessman in a northern part of the city.

  • Ban Or No Ban, Spark Goes Missing From Cracker Sales

    Ban Or No Ban, Spark Goes Missing From Cracker Sales

    Ban on import and sale of Chinese crackers has had little or no effect on domestically-made ones as traders across major cities report poor business owing to anti-cracker campaign run by schools, resident welfare associations and others, Assocham said today.

  • Delhi Government Strengthens Drive Against Imported Firecrackers

    Delhi Government Strengthens Drive Against Imported Firecrackers

    The Delhi government today resolved to strengthen its drive against imported firecrackers ahead of Diwali, ordering inspection teams formed in this regard to check markets and godowns more frequently.

  • Salman Khan's New Prem Makes Box Office Explode Like Diwali Cracker

    Salman Khan's New Prem Makes Box Office Explode Like Diwali Cracker

    At home, the film has made just a shade under Rs 130 crores. Business abroad has taken its worldwide total since opening on last Thursday, a day after Diwali, to Rs 250 crore gross. The film, Salman's ninth blockbuster in a row, is also a smash hit overseas with a blockbuster debut in America

  • Special Drive Against Carrying Diwali Crackers on Train

    Special Drive Against Carrying Diwali Crackers on Train

    With Diwali fast approaching, Railways have geared up to prevent carrying crackers in passengers, mail and Express trains.

  • Manish Sisodia Writes to School Principals on 'No fire Crackers' Campaign

    Manish Sisodia Writes to School Principals on 'No fire Crackers' Campaign

    In order to encourage children to take a part in 'No fire crackers' campaign, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has written to around 2,000 principals of educational institutions including government and private schools and Delhi University colleges.

'Diwali Crackers' - 11 Video Result(s)

'Diwali Crackers' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court To Hear Plea In January On Pollution Caused By Stubble Burning

    Supreme Court To Hear Plea In January On Pollution Caused By Stubble Burning

    The Supreme Court had in October 23 allowed the public to burst firecrackers from 8 pm to 10 pm only on Diwali and other festivals.

  • Delhi Air Pollution Highlights: Thick Smog Grapples Delhi After Diwali

    Delhi Air Pollution Highlights: Thick Smog Grapples Delhi After Diwali

    As Delhi continues to grapple with rising air pollution, the air quality slipped to "very poor" category on Diwali night on Wednesday. A thick haze engulfed the city as Delhiites continued to burst firecrackers long after the deadline set by the Supreme Court. The overall Air Quality Index was recorded at 302 at 11 pm, which fell in the very poor c...

  • Delhi Plunges Into Thick Smog As Many Skirt Diwali Cracker Curbs

    Delhi Plunges Into Thick Smog As Many Skirt Diwali Cracker Curbs

    Delhi's air quality nosedived towards the "very poor" category Wednesday night as people violated a Supreme Court order and burst firecrackers before and after the 8 pm to 10 pm timeframe in many areas, authorities said.

  • Tamil Nadu To Burst Crackers For An Hour Each On Diwali Morning, Evening

    Tamil Nadu To Burst Crackers For An Hour Each On Diwali Morning, Evening

    After the Supreme Court allowed all southern states to burst firecrackers for two hours anytime on Diwali day, modifying its order that restricted the use of "safe and green" firecrackers from 8 pm to 10 pm to tackle air pollution, the Tamil Nadu government has fixed two time slots for Diwali -- between 6 am and 7 am, and 7 pm to 8 pm.

  • Southern States Can Burst Crackers Anytime, For 2 Hours: Supreme Court

    Southern States Can Burst Crackers Anytime, For 2 Hours: Supreme Court

    All southern states can burst firecrackers anytime in the day, for two hours, the Supreme Court said today, modifying its last week's order that restricted the use of "safe and green" firecrackers from 8 pm to 10 pm on Diwali to tackle air pollution.

  • Safer Firecrackers On Diwali, 8 To 10 pm Only, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    Safer Firecrackers On Diwali, 8 To 10 pm Only, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    The Supreme Court today did not ban firecrackers but restricted its use to tackle concerns about deadly pollution in Delhi and other cities. The top court allowed "safe and green" crackers from 8 pm to 10 pm on Diwali, when fireworks add to toxic smog in Delhi, the world's most polluted city according to a WHO report. No "low-emission" firecrackers...

  • Supreme Court Allows Sale, Use Of Safer Firecrackers With Conditions: Highlights

    Supreme Court Allows Sale, Use Of Safer Firecrackers With Conditions: Highlights

    As pollution in Delhi reaches levels unimaginable, the Supreme Court allowed sale and use of firecrackers with stringent conditions. On Diwali, crackers will be allowed for two hours, from 8 pm to 10 pm, the court said. With the government now pushing new initiatives to curtail hazardous air, a petition called for the countrywide ban citing the il...

  • As Delhi Dodged Diwali Cracker Ban, Pollution Soared 5 Times Safe Limit

    As Delhi Dodged Diwali Cracker Ban, Pollution Soared 5 Times Safe Limit

    Though the air was cleaner this Diwali compared to last year when the government had to declare an "emergency situation", the air pollution in the national capital on Thursday soared to alarming levels, reaching as much as five times over the safe limit due to bursting of firecrackers despite a Supreme Court ban on their sale in Delhi-NCR, accordin...

  • What's Ramraj Without Diwali Crackers: Madhya Pradesh Minister Bhupendra Singh's 'Invite'

    What's <i>Ramraj</i> Without Diwali Crackers: Madhya Pradesh Minister Bhupendra Singh's 'Invite'

    Residents of Delhi and neighbouring areas who want to burst firecrackers this Diwali have an open invitation from the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh. State Home Minister Bhupendra Singh today promised to make arrangements for Delhiites who want to come over for the festival, saying bursting crackers in state capital Bhopal on one day would not da...

  • With Diwali Crackers As Cover, Bengaluru Businessman Shot 6 Times

    With Diwali Crackers As Cover, Bengaluru Businessman Shot 6 Times

    A gunman in Bengaluru used fireworks on Diwali as cover to shoot a businessman in a northern part of the city.

  • Ban Or No Ban, Spark Goes Missing From Cracker Sales

    Ban Or No Ban, Spark Goes Missing From Cracker Sales

    Ban on import and sale of Chinese crackers has had little or no effect on domestically-made ones as traders across major cities report poor business owing to anti-cracker campaign run by schools, resident welfare associations and others, Assocham said today.

  • Delhi Government Strengthens Drive Against Imported Firecrackers

    Delhi Government Strengthens Drive Against Imported Firecrackers

    The Delhi government today resolved to strengthen its drive against imported firecrackers ahead of Diwali, ordering inspection teams formed in this regard to check markets and godowns more frequently.

  • Salman Khan's New Prem Makes Box Office Explode Like Diwali Cracker

    Salman Khan's New Prem Makes Box Office Explode Like Diwali Cracker

    At home, the film has made just a shade under Rs 130 crores. Business abroad has taken its worldwide total since opening on last Thursday, a day after Diwali, to Rs 250 crore gross. The film, Salman's ninth blockbuster in a row, is also a smash hit overseas with a blockbuster debut in America

  • Special Drive Against Carrying Diwali Crackers on Train

    Special Drive Against Carrying Diwali Crackers on Train

    With Diwali fast approaching, Railways have geared up to prevent carrying crackers in passengers, mail and Express trains.

  • Manish Sisodia Writes to School Principals on 'No fire Crackers' Campaign

    Manish Sisodia Writes to School Principals on 'No fire Crackers' Campaign

    In order to encourage children to take a part in 'No fire crackers' campaign, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has written to around 2,000 principals of educational institutions including government and private schools and Delhi University colleges.

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