Maharashtra developers and residents have received a shot in the arm with the Supreme Court on Thursday setting aside the Bombay High Court order that held approximately 9,193 acre and 37 gunthas o

New Delhi : The apex court on Monday sought reply from Indian Metals and Ferro Alloys (IMFA) and others on Orissa government's plea seeking to restrain the company from carrying on mining in its Dh

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre to apprise it within four weeks of the steps being taken for appointment of a national regulator for evaulating projects, enforcing environmental condit

The Supreme Court has admitted the Narendra Modi government’s plea seeking to levy a green cess on every unit of conventional electricity generated in the state in a bid to generate funds to promot

Seeking modifications to the Supreme Court’s last year's order imposing blanket ban on mining in Goa, iron ore producer Sesa Goa on Tuesday requested for permission to transport, sale and export 4.

The 555-km Kishangarh-Udaipur-Ahmedabad project from which the developer GMR Infrastructure pulled out in early January citing huge delays in clearances, has now got all requisite approvals from the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF). According to sources, with Gujarat, one of the two states through which the highway passes, also giving forest clearance, the MoEF has given the green signal for the project.

The Rajasthan portion of the six-laning project was cleared earlier and in a meeting today, the Gujarat portion was also approved, paving the way for the project to be cleared from the angles of both environment and forest regulations, a ministry official said.

The Supreme Court on Friday stopped construction and development work of industrial units at the Adani group-owned Adani Port special economic zone (APSEZ) at Mundra in Kutch pending clearances from the Union ministry of environment and forests (MoEF). However, it allowed already functional units to continue business operations within APSEZ (formerly Mundra Port and SEZ).

A bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir, while disposing of the four petitions filed by Skaps industries, Ahistrom Fiber Composites (I), Oriental Carbon Chemicals and Dorf Ketal Speciality Catalyst, set aside the Gujarat High Court’s exparte order that halted commercial production of all 12 industrial units within the SEZ till environment clearance was granted by the MoEF in favour of APSEZ.

Supreme Court on Friday stayed the Gujarat High Court order that halted commercial production at all 12 industrial units operating in the Adani group-owned Adani Port Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) in Mundra.

A bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir, while issuing notice to the Centre through MoEF, APSEZ, Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) and other 21 parties, including the 11 other companies, stayed the Thursday's exparte HC order.

New Delhi: Says state didn’t comply with SC order on grant of iron ore

Bhushan Power & Steel (BPSL) has asked the Supreme Court to initiate contempt proceedings against the Orissa government for failing to comply with the apex court’s order that asked it to recommend BPSL’s case for grant of iron ore reserves to the Central government. The compamy needed the iron ore reserves for the company’s 2.8- million-tonne integrated steel plant at Lapanga.

New Delhi The Supreme Court on Thursday decided to reopen its 2010 judgment that had ruled against granting of mining lease to JSW Steel and Kalyani Steel in Karnataka. The reopening of the case gives some hope to these companies which are keen to do mining of iron and manganese ores at 380 hectares in Sandur.

The apex court had on September 15, 2010, quashed a December 2004 recommendation by the Karnataka government — later endorsed by the Centre — to allow mining by JSW Steel and Kalyani.