"Survey of the environment 2000". The Hindu, Chennai, 2000. [R.E10.23].
Snehal Fernandes, A green revolution,
Indian Express. Mumbai,
6 November 2003, [C.J06.06nov03ie3.html
For a growing number of people in
Mumbai, if their house
is not lost to the bulldozer, it could he lost to the sea. Mangroves
as windshields as well as natural barriers to curtail the onslaught of
tidal waves, prevent soil erosion, replenish oxygen and serve as a
for marine species.
Vidyadhar Date, "Reclamation Leads to Erosion Along Coastal Mumbai", The Times of India, Mumbai, 18 October 2000, [C.E31b.uu1_M041.html ]
Legal and illegal reclamations have choked Mumbai's natural drainages, including those at Dadar Chowpatty, Mahim Creek, Bandra-Kurla, Versova, Gorai and Navi Mumbai. The most scary ecological mistake is the reclamation of the Mahim Creek and bay area: The Bandra-Worli link road. Bittu Sahgal, "Reclamation (Or Make That Wrecklamation) is Killing Mumbai", The Times of India, Mumbai, 23 July 2000, [C.E31b], /eldoc/urban_issues/uu1_M042.html
Vidyadhar Date, "Reclamation, desilting works choke Mahim creek", The Times of India, Mumbai, 03 April 2002. [C.E31b.030402TOI].
Anuradha Nagaraj, "MSRDC blames mosquitoes for extra reclamation!", The Indian Express, 31 January 2000. [C.E31b.310100IE].
Our Correspondent, 'Reclamation
has led to a rise
in sea level', The Asian Age, 25 June 2000,
COASTAL REGULATION ZONE
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Udupi, "CRZ Act amendment: govt seeks suggestions", Deccan Herald, Bangalore, 8 March 2002. [C.E31b.080302DH].
Vaishnavi C. Sekhar, "Greens oppose relaxations in CRZ rules", The Times of India, Mumbai, 20 February 2002. [C.E31b.200202TOI].
J. Venkatesan, "Coastal
zone regulations to be amended",
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Express News Service, "Centre steps in to protect Versova coast", The Indian Express, Mumbai, 22 October 2001. [C.E31b.221001IE].
Rajeshri Mehta, "State to okay residential buildings under CRZ", The Asian Age, Mumbai, 12 March 2001. [C.E31b.120301AA].
Nauzer Bharucha, "State asks Centre to relax building rules on sea front", The Times of India, Mumbai, 14 March 2002. [C.E31b.140302TOI].
Nauzer Bharucha, "Move
to ease coastal regulation
norms pitchforks state govt into
controversy", The Times of India, Mumbai, 17 March 2002. [C.E31b.170302TOI].
Pollution in Bombay
To control the various types of pollution from the above sources, the Government of India had enacted the Water Act, 1974, amended in 1978 and 1988; Air Act, 1981, amended in 1987, and Environment (Protection) Act in 1986. Mr D. R. Rasal "Pollution Control in Bombay"; a Chapter in David M. D. (Ed), 'Urban Explosion of Mumbai : Restructuring of Growth', Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai. April 1996, [C.J06], /eldoc/urban_issues/uu1_M049.html
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Anil Agarwal, When will India be able to control
To Earth,15/04/2000 [C.E30. /eldoc/e30_/15apr00dte.html
A central act in 1981 provides for Central Board for
Control of Air Pollution,
Air (Prevention & Control Pollution) Act, 1981 and the Air (prevention and Control of Pollution Amendment Act 1987. Official Gazette Government of Goa, Daman, Diu Series 1 No 39. pp 365-369. [C.E10.28121982].]
Meena Menon, "Breathless
in Mumbai", Survey
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The Times of India News Service, 'Increased use of cars leads to global warming', The Times of India, Mumbai, 17 July 2001. [C.J20.170701TOI].
Is Best Option For Mumbai,
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M. Ahmed, 'India rejects pollution norms in civil aviation', Level of air traffice not enough to pose a threat to environment, argues DGCA, Business Standard, New Delhi, 26 October 1995.[C.E34.261095BSB].
Vaishnavi C. Sekhar, "New
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a breath of fresh air", The Telegraph,
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Reshma Patil, 'Can you survive Mumbai's air anywhere?', Vile parle has the foulest air, Colaba the cleanest. It also depends on which of the various authorities you ask - and when", The Indian Express, Mumbai, 3 February 2003. [C.E31c.030203IE].
Vaishnavi C. Sekhar, "Western suburbs have become pollution hot spots: study", The Times of India, Mumbai, 3 December 2002. [C.E31c.031202TOI].
Times News Network, "It is nice and cool, but watch out for smog", The Times of India, Mumbai, 28 November 2002. [C.E31c.281102TOI].
ANIL AGARWAL, "Pollution
is snuffing us out", Hindu,
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brace themselves for D-Day", 24 October
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Chandrachure Ghose, "10–9,
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Shali Ittaman, "Cracking Down", The Pioneer, Delhi, 27 October 1998. [C.E34.271098PIO].
Vaishnavi C. Sekhar, "LPG
gives them a ticket for
a pollution-free ride", The Times of India,
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Dilip Chaware, "Water pollution in Maharashtra goes unchecked", The Times of India, Mumbai, 9 January 2002. [C.J33.090102TOI].
Times News Network "Avoid Dadar beach for Ganesh immersion: BMC", The Times of India, Mumbai, 21 August 2001. [C.E31b.210801TOI].
Our Correspondent, "Ballast water poses threat to marine ecosystem: Experts", The Asian Age, Mumbai, 03 October 2000. [C.E31b.031000AA].
Reshma Patil, 'City's sea-food aficionadosub troubled waters', Study shows marine animals off Mumbai coast are expossed to rising cadmium and lead levels, The Indian Express, Mumbai, 31 October 2002. [C.E31b.311002IE].
Times News Network, "Mumbaikars are unwilling to shift to eco-friendly idols", The Times of India, Mumbai, 18 September 2002. [C.E31b.180902TOI].
Times News Network, "Aerated lagoons will help curb pollution", The Times of India, Mumbai, 15 July 2002. [C.J33.150702TOI].
Vidyottama Sharma, "Transharbour link chokes Mahim creek, say experts", The Times of India, Mumbai, 30 July 2001. [C.E31b.300701TOI].
Sean Hargrave, "
Rubber Roads Reduce Noise", The
Times of India, Mumbai, 19 September 1998, [C.E34], /eldoc/urban_issues/uu1_M043.html
Abs: In the new technique 3mm rubber granules are added to the traditional mix of aggregate and bitumen used to surface roads. The granules are held between the aggregate chips by the bitumen. This I stops the stones rubbing together and creating noise. Instead, the energy of a passing car is absorbed by the rubber...
Monish Gangwani, "Noise
Pollution Screams For Attention",
Times of India, Mumbai. 13
January 1998, [C. E34], /eldoc/urban_issues/uu1_M044.html
Abs: Mumbai is rated as the world’s noisiest city. this means not only that people here are more prone to ear damage, but are also susceptible to headaches, high blood pressure and worse, cardiovascular diseases. But greater awareness and citizens’ initiatives can change this, discovers.
Dr.S.K. Bhattacharya &
Dr. S. K. Kashyap, "Studies
on Noise Pollution", ICMR Bulletin, New Delhi.
August 1996, [C.E34],
Abs: Noise is perceived differently by different professionals. The physicist perceives it as sound whose character can be defined and whose properties can be measured with the same equipment that measures other sounds. However, the psychologist perceives it as an undesired sound as contrasted to speech and music which are usually desired sounds'.
Puja Birla, "Noise
Express, Mumbai, 3 October 2000, [C.E34], /eldoc/urban_issues/uu1_M046.html
Abs: The menace of noise pollution can be tackled. All it needs is the concerted efforts of the government, NGOs and community members, reports
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Andrew W. Smith, "noise can damage your hearing", World Health, Spetember-October 1998. [C.E34.011098WHO].
Our Legal Reporter, "HC refuses to relax decibel ban for polls", The Telegraph, 22 January 1998. [C.E34.220198TEL].
Swati Bhattacharjee, "The
voice of Silence",
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Our Special Correspondent, "Calcutta says 'no' to noise", The Times of India, 28 October 1997. [C.E34.281097].
A Staff Reporter, 'City results HC ruling on rallies', Esplance traders fear losses, Residents say it's back to square one", The Telegraph, 11 March 1997. [C.E34.110398TEL].
"City Snapshot", Times of India, 19 November 1996. [C.E34.191196TOI].
"City Snapshot", Times of India, 15 November 1996. [C.E34.151196TOI].
"City Snapshot", Times of India, 08 November 1996. [C.E34.081196TOI].
Anita George, "Noise is slowly turning us deaf", The Times of India, 18 August 1996. [C.E34.180896TOI].
Arunabh, "Noisy Times", The Times of India, 13 May 1996. [C.E34.130596TOI].
Nonika Sahgal, "Tune up the silence, tone down the noise", The Times of India, 2 March 1996. [C.E34.020396TOI].
Roshni Olivera, "Turn down the volume, Plead religious heads", The Times of India, Mumbai, 5 September 2000. [C.E34.050900TOI].
Express News Service, 'Implement Noise Pollution Rules', The Indian Express, Mumbai, 11 July 2000. [C.E34.110700IE].
Ch Sushil Rao, "Increasing
noise pollution levels
threaten charminar", The Times of India,
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Dave Aftandilian, "We have a right to silence", The Times of India, 30 March 2000.[C.E34.300300TOI].
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Staff Reporter, "Nariman point, Bandra, haji Ali, Saw the Most Firecrackers", The Times of India, 15 November 1999. [C.E34.151199TOI].
Our Special Correspondent, "Bengal bursts Delhi's cracket", The Telegrpah, Calcutta, 5 November 1999. [C.E34.051199TEL].
"MoEF Noise Pollution Notification - Draft for comments", Environment Support Group, New Delhi, 28 June 1999. [C.E34.280699 ].
Vaishnavi C. Sekhar, "With warming falling on deaf ears, noise pollution grips city", The Times of India, Mumbai, 16 August 1999. [C.E34.160899TOI].
Vasundhara Sanger, "SC ruling against noise pollution", The Times of India, 26 October 2000. [C.E34.261000TOI].
H.L. Kapoor, "Cracker ban", The Statesman, Delhi, 18 September 2000. [C.E34.180900ST].
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Vibha Varshney, "Sentinels of sound", Down To Earth, New Delhi, 15 May 2002.[C.E34.150502DTE].
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Anshika Misra, "Anti-noise brigade to drum up support", The Times of India, Mumbai, 9 October 2001. [C.E34.091001TOI].
Ranjit Khomne, "Legal notices sent to police over alleged failure to control noise", The Times of India, 25 August 2001. [C.E34.250801TOI].
Revathy Menon, "Noisy A-Cs rob family of all comfort", The Times of India, Mumbai, 15 August 2001. [C.E34.150801TOI].
Times News Network, "HC admits plea against noise pollution", the Times of India, Mumbai, 8 August 2001. [C.E34.080801TOI].
"Plea on noise pollution admitted", The Indian Express, Mumbai, 7 August 2001. [C.E34.070801IE].
Revathy Menon, "MPCB turns a deaf ear to nose pollution'', The Times of India, Mumbai, 18 July 2001. [C.E34.180701TOI].
B Madhu Gopal, "Schools situated near traffic points block students' growth", The Indian Express, Mumbai, 8 June 2001. [C.E34.080601IE].
Madhulika Singh, 'Surround Sound', Decibel assult makes victims less motivates, The Telegraph, Calcutta, 4 June 2001. [C.E34.040601TEL].
Express News Service, "Bhajan blast protest gets him a bloody lip", The Indian Express, Mumbai, 25 March 2001. [C.E34.250301IE].
Our Health Correspondent, 'Noise above 80 decibels may increase aggressive behaviour', The Times of India, Mumbai, 6 March 2001. [C.E34.060301TOI].
Shoma A. Chatterjee, 'Cut out That Noise', Noise is a slow agent of death. But just what areour regulators doing about it?, The Economic Times, Mumbai, 21 January 2001. [C.E34.210101ET].
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Jim Kelsey, "Fighting Noise Pollution", NEW WAVE, 16 July 1995. [C.E34.160795NEW].
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Lynne Edmunds, "Innovative solution to the problem of noise pollution", The Pioneer, New Delhi,10 February 1995. [C.E34.100295PIO].
"Noise Pollution Levels In Asia", The Times of India, Mumbai, 5 August 1993. [C.E34050893TOI].
Shyamal Prasad Choudhury, "Noise Pollution And Its Control", New Wave, 11 July 1993.[C.E34.110793NEW].
Elke Bruser, "Too much noise not only causes illness, it can also impair intellectual powers", The German Tribute, 27 November 1992. [C.E34.271192GRT].
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Roxanne Kavarna, "So much expose... and the police haven't heard it?", The Times of India, Mumbai, 2 April 2000. [C.E34.020400TOI].
Express News Service, "More than information PA system blares din, stress", The Indian Express, 29 December 1999. [C.E34.291299IE].
Vaishnavi C. Sekhar, "State seeks to curb traffic din in Mumbai, The Times of India, Mumbai, 25 March 2003. [C.E34.250303TOI].
Nidhi Jamwal, "Shrill campaign", Down To Earth, New Delhi, 31 August 2002. [C.E34.310802DTE].
Radha Rajadhyaksha, "When law-makers protect law-breakers", The Times of India, Mumbai, 16 September 2001. [C.E34.160901TOI].
Srinivas Iyer, "These
kids are into more than Cartoon
Network", The Times of India, Mumbai, 29 April
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VAISHNAVI C. SEKHAR, 'BSES
of pollution control unit', Times of India,
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A Staff Reporter, 'Revoke Permission Granted to Tata's LNG Project at Trombay', The Timesof India, Mumbai, 16 July 2001. [C.E31.160701TOI].
Vaishnavi C. Sekhar, "Chembur-Trombay residents oppose setting up of LNG Plant", The Times of India, Mumbai, 26 February 2001. [C.E31.260201TOI].
Prafulla Marpakwar, "PIL For Closure of Compost Plant Dismissed", The Indian Express,Mumbai, 30 July 2000. [C.E31.300700IE].
Swati Deshpande, "BSES
Challenges order to set up
desulphurisation plant", The Times of India,
Mumbai, 17 July 2000.
Express News Service, "In Kalina, fresh air becomes fading memory", Indian Express, Bombay, 04 Nov 2003, [C.E31.], /eldoc/e31_/04nov03ie1.html http://cities.expressindia.com/fullstory.php?newsid=67120
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OPEN SPACE IN BOMBAY
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Staff Reporter, "KRISS: helping citizens make a difference", The Times of India, Mumbai, 23 January 2001. [C.J33.230101TOI].
Smita Polite, "City's walls get a pasting with illegal poster business", The Times of India, Mumbai, 31 August 2001. [C.J33.310801TOI].
Smita Deshmukh, "Versova
Beach In The Dumps",
The Times of India, Mumbai, 30 April 2001.
Bernhard Schneider,"THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC SPACE", 06 Nov 2003, [C.J11.], /docsweb/urban-issues/pubspace-ud.html http://www.hpl.nu/offentligarum/public.htm
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Vaishnavi C. Sekhar, "Water tunnel project arouses environmentalists' anger", The Times of India, Mumbai, 10 August 2001. [C.J33.100801TOI].
Rekha Dixit, "Rising population, trawling drive marine turtles away from western coast", The Times of India, Mumbai, 12 January 2001. [C.E31b.120101TOI]
Our Correspondent, "College plans survey on Mahim Bay', To help sensitise students onpollution, gain marks", The Asian Age, Mumbai, 27 June 2000. [C.E31b.270600AA].
Mumbaikars have woken up to the danger of losing whatever
space they have to slums and developers, thanks to the government's new
slum rehabilitation policy.
Singh, Anil, "Citizens Will Need Legal Team to Stop Stealing of Public Spaces", The Times of India, Mumbai, 26 March 2001. [C.J33.260301TOI].
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