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Noise Pollution

Delhi Traffic Police has penalised people against pressure horns and modified silencers

Over 900 Fined For Using Pressure Horns, Modified Silencers In Delhi In 5 Days

The officials said action has been taken against 3,502 people so far this year in a drive against noise pollution.

25 August 2022

Legal Action Against 17 DJs For 'Loud Music': Noida Cops

Legal action is also being taken against those who do not follow the instructions as the police are measuring the noise level with the help of audiometers.


What is noise pollution and what are the laws around loudspeakers?

Maharashtra Mosque Row: What Constitutes Noise And Laws Around Loudspeakers

Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil on Wednesday said he will hold a meeting with the key leaders of all political parties and some organisations in the state before a final decision is taken over with the use of...


Ajith Kumar

Actor Ajith Kumar Draws Attention To Tinnitus: Protect Your Ears

Actor Ajith Kumar on Saturday urged people to protect their ears.

22 August 2022

Noida Police

With Audiometers, Noida Cops Check Loud Music Including At Religious Places

"If any religious place/DJ operator does not follow the instructions given by the court regarding sound limits, then action will be taken by the police, the traffic police and the pollution board," the spokesperson said.


Mumbai Experiences Quieter Diwali Than Last Year Despite More Crackers, Says NGO

Attributing the reduced noise pollution in 2021's Diwali to green firecrackers, Sumaira Abdulali from Awaaz Foundation said that this year's Laxmi Pujan was much quieter than that of last year.

05 November 2021

Action Taken On Nearly 1.3 Lakh Loudspeakers At Religious Places In UP: Spokesman

To bring pollution under control, the UP police said that it has taken action against 1.3 lakh loudspeakers at religious places across the state.

09 June 2022

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Delhiites To Pay Fine Of Rs 10,000-Rs 1 Lakh On Flouting Noise Pollution Norms

Permissible noise level in residential areas is 55 decibel during day time and 45 decibel during night. Similarly, in commercial areas, the permissible sound limit is 65 decibel during day time and 55 decibel during night

10 July 2021

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