Punjab Crop Burning


'Punjab Crop Burning' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Farmers Can't Give Up Stubble Burning Completely: Amarinder Singh

    Farmers Can't Give Up Stubble Burning Completely: Amarinder Singh

    Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh today said "farmers cannot be expected to give up crop residue burning completely", till the time they are provided viable solutions.

  • After Breaching Hazardous Levels, Delhi Air To Improve But Threat Looms

    After Breaching Hazardous Levels, Delhi Air To Improve But Threat Looms

    Delhi and adjoining areas in the NCR have been engulfed in a blanket of smog for over a week in November. The air quality index or AQI, which measures the amount of the pollutant PM2.5 and other particles in the air, had plummeted to levels close to 500 which falls under the 'hazardous' category. With warnings of apublic health emergency declared, ...

  • Produce 21 Farmers You Helped To Stop Stubble Burning: Green Court To Punjab

    Produce 21 Farmers You Helped To Stop Stubble Burning: Green Court To Punjab

    The Green Court today directed the Punjab government to produce before it 21 farmers which it claimed to have helped by giving incentives and infrastructural facilities to prevent them from burning crop residue in a bid to check air pollution.

  • Acres Of Field Continue To Burn In Mukhtsar: Ground Report On Punjab's Crop Fires

    Acres Of Field Continue To Burn In Mukhtsar: Ground Report On Punjab's Crop Fires

    As the last of the paddy harvests continue to burn across Punjab, despite assurances by the state government that firm steps, including fines, are being levied to discourage farmers from indulging in a practice that results in a thick pollution blanket in much of north India, NDTV travelled to Mukhtsar, a district in south Punjab for a reality che...

  • Punjab's Burning Fields, Delhi's Deadly Smog And The Politics

    Punjab's Burning Fields, Delhi's Deadly Smog And The Politics

    60 per cent of the unprecedented pollution that has wrapped Delhi in toxic smog for days, says experts, is because of smoke from Punjab, where farmers are continuing to burn crop to clear their fields. With state elections now months away, the Akali Dal government has been accused of not trying hard enough to get them to stop.

'Punjab Crop Burning' - 2 Video Result(s)

'Punjab Crop Burning' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Farmers Can't Give Up Stubble Burning Completely: Amarinder Singh

    Farmers Can't Give Up Stubble Burning Completely: Amarinder Singh

    Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh today said "farmers cannot be expected to give up crop residue burning completely", till the time they are provided viable solutions.

  • After Breaching Hazardous Levels, Delhi Air To Improve But Threat Looms

    After Breaching Hazardous Levels, Delhi Air To Improve But Threat Looms

    Delhi and adjoining areas in the NCR have been engulfed in a blanket of smog for over a week in November. The air quality index or AQI, which measures the amount of the pollutant PM2.5 and other particles in the air, had plummeted to levels close to 500 which falls under the 'hazardous' category. With warnings of apublic health emergency declared, ...

  • Produce 21 Farmers You Helped To Stop Stubble Burning: Green Court To Punjab

    Produce 21 Farmers You Helped To Stop Stubble Burning: Green Court To Punjab

    The Green Court today directed the Punjab government to produce before it 21 farmers which it claimed to have helped by giving incentives and infrastructural facilities to prevent them from burning crop residue in a bid to check air pollution.

  • Acres Of Field Continue To Burn In Mukhtsar: Ground Report On Punjab's Crop Fires

    Acres Of Field Continue To Burn In Mukhtsar: Ground Report On Punjab's Crop Fires

    As the last of the paddy harvests continue to burn across Punjab, despite assurances by the state government that firm steps, including fines, are being levied to discourage farmers from indulging in a practice that results in a thick pollution blanket in much of north India, NDTV travelled to Mukhtsar, a district in south Punjab for a reality che...

  • Punjab's Burning Fields, Delhi's Deadly Smog And The Politics

    Punjab's Burning Fields, Delhi's Deadly Smog And The Politics

    60 per cent of the unprecedented pollution that has wrapped Delhi in toxic smog for days, says experts, is because of smoke from Punjab, where farmers are continuing to burn crop to clear their fields. With state elections now months away, the Akali Dal government has been accused of not trying hard enough to get them to stop.

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